Books by Ira Wood

YOU'RE MARRIED TO HER? by Ira Wood
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Aug. 14, 2012

"Saucy, sexy stories of a young writer's life."
A slim yet raucous romp through a novelist's life. Read full book review >
STORM TIDE by Marge Piercy
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1998

"A wise tale, in a vividly rendered setting, of men and women learning to live and love more fully."
Two noted writers (Piercy's many novels include City of Darkness, City of Light, 1996, and The Longing of Women, 1994; Wood is the author of Going Public, 1991) combine to write a seamless coming-of-age story in which a man must confront his past, his enemies, and the results of a tragic accident before he can finally settle into a new life. Read full book review >
GOING PUBLIC by Ira Wood
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 31, 1991

"But the characters are quirky and mostly lovable, and the moral underpinnings as wholesome as apple pie, making this a sweet bet of a love story for the Reader's Digest crowd."
The sensibility behind this comic novel by the author of The Kitchen Man (1985) is all It's a Wonderful Life, but updated to account for today's divorce rate, sexual liberation, compulsive career grubbing, and good kids who nonetheless pierce each ear five times. Read full book review >