After earning degrees in History and a JD in Law, Emily decided it's much more fun to write about the quirks of daily life. Inspired by life's hidden brilliance -- and tempered by a splash of vodka -- she shares her take on Earth with readers on her blog, Feeding the Famished, and in novels. Award-winning IN SEARCH OF SUSHI TORA is her first novel. Current novel in progress is "Drinking the Knock Water: A New Age Pilgrimage."
Emily Kemme was born in New York City in 1962, but grew up and still lives on the Colorado plains. She graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with degrees in History and a JD in Law. She practiced law in Denver. In Search of Sushi Tora is her first novel. It was named a Finalist for First Novel in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. She was a co-author of The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra: A Century of Musical Magic, 1911-2011, which won a 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Regional Non-Fiction. She lives in Greeley with her husband and two collies. She is hard at work on her next novel, Drinking the Knock Water: A New Age Pilgrimage.
Books by Emily Kemme
by Emily Kemme
Even educated women in this millennium struggle with who makes dinner for the family, who drives its focus. Award-winner In Search of Sushi Tora looks at the challenges of a family pulled in too many directions in the search for perfection. When you become so enmeshed in the process, you can lose sight of what counts most. Because what is perfection worth if it doesn't create contentment with your life and the lives of the ones you love?