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WORD: Danielle Younge-Ullman hits San Francisco in support of novel ‘Falling Under’

Debut author Danielle Younge-Ullman saw her raw, dark novel "Falling Under" published by Penguin Group imprint Plume today (July 30), and readers can meet her this week in San Francisco where she’s slated to sign copies at several venues. Later in August she’s hosting launch parties in New York City and Toronto.

Described as a sexually charged story of a young woman struggling for freedom from a painful, tortured past, "Falling Under" tells the story of Mara Foster, a painter in her late twenties who lives alone and is haunted by her teenaged affair with an older man and the tragic loss of her college boyfriend. So is any of this biographical?

"I’m someone who made it to my mid-twenties without realizing I was a mess inside," said Danielle in a press release. "I seemed fine but under the surface I was anxious, plagued with strange fears and making poor choices in my personal life."

Danielle, a playwright and actor from Toronto, Canada, who previously debuted her play, "7 Acts of Intercourse," at Toronto’s SummerWorks festival in 2005, has several promotional stops in San Francisco this week. Her promotional schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, July 30, 5:30-7:30pm:
Danielle will be signing copies of Falling Under at the Literary Autograhing at the San Francisco Marriot

Thursday July 31, 3:15-4:15:
RWA Ntl Conference, Debutante Ball Panel: How Six Debut Authors Partnered for National Publicity

Thursday July 31, 7pm:
Debut Fiction Night at Books Inc (Opera Plaza, San Francisco) Reading and signing with Kate Veitch, author of Without A Backward Glance

Friday August 8, 1-1:45:
Danielle will be giving a Dialog workshop at the Backspace Writer’s Conference

Friday August 8, 6-9pm:
NYC Falling Under Book Launch Party at Vbar

Monday August 18, 6-9pm:
Toronto Falling Under Book Launch Party at The Rivoli Pool Hall


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