February 2015 Issue
Midwest Book Review
"Catch Us If You Can is an extraordinarily well written and deeply engaging story from beginning to end."
January 20, 2015
"Marc Feinstein has created a tale set in a time where sports and school were the foundations of a teenage life. Filled with boyhood banter, teenage drama and characters that will whisk you away to an era where rock and roll formed the essence of a teenager, Catch Us if You Can is the perfect read for a blast to the past!"
January 15, 2015
"I didn’t grow up int he 60’s but Marc Feinstein takes you into that decade in which political uproar and rock and roll were front and center."
January 14, 2015
Author interview and book giveaway on Book Snatch
"The book is a soundtrack to the Sixties. The rock and roll music of the 1960’s, starting for me in 1965 (beginning the surge of the most prolific five years of music in rock history) bring you back in touch with a semblance of what it felt like when the memory was born."
December 15, 2014
Author interview and book spotlight on Sweet Southern Home
"I’ve always respected storytelling that resonates and sticks with you in a meaningful way—whether it be through songs, poems, or stories. "
December 14, 2014
"The entire novel-writing experience surprised me (in a good way) with the degree to which one inhabits the world you are writing about."
December 1, 2014
Marc Feinstein writes about why he chose the 60's as a backdrop to his debut novel, Catch Us if You Can on the Sheila Deeth Blog...
“In the late summer of 1965, The Dave Clark Five, a British rock and roll group riding high on the wave of Beatlemania sweeping America, released their eleventh charted single, Catch Us If You Can."