- Fayette participated in a radio interview on the Storyteller’s Campfire Show.
- Fayette will be appearing at Annie Bloom’s in Portland, OR, on September 22.
- Fayette guest-blogged at the FoodFic blog But What Are They Eating? about food in The Deception Artist.
- Watch Fayette in action!
- Book Passage recommended The Deception Artist as a Spring Book Group read.
- Interviews: Fayette’s podcast for San Francisco People is now available! Or listen to Fayette interviewed on Life Elsewhere: The Radio Show about Art, Culture, and Media.
- Read an interview with Fayette here.
- “Fayette Fox takes adult readers into the mind of a child whose keen observations and honest interpretations make for an engaging and often humorous story. . . . The writing is beautiful and Ivy is hands-down one of the most memorable characters readers will experience in fiction”—Reader Views
- “A wonderfully captivating story”–The Militant Recommender
- “A quirky, charming debut, and Ivy’s perspective is beautifully captured.” —The Independent
- “The characters in this novel are wonderfully brought to life, with both the children and adults being credibly voiced throughout … a captivating debut, and hopefully the first of many books from Fayette Fox.” —We Love This Book
- “With sharp, witty prose and an utterly endearing and sympathetic heroine, The Deception Artist is a story that draws you in and has you rooting for its central character as if she were your eight-year-old self.”—Stylist: Emerald Street
- “The Deception Artist is told from Ivy’s perceptive and I loved being inside her eight-year-old mind. Ivy is artistic and has a fantastic imagination but she is also easily confused, which leads some great laugh-out-loud moments.”—Novelicious
- “A funny and heartwarming novel which looks at the life of a typical Northern Californian family in the 1980’s recession through the eyes of an imaginative, adorable eight-year old. Ivy is one of the most beautifully sweet and intelligent children I’ve had the pleasure of reading. I definitely would have been friends with her if she’d gone to my school…I found Fayette Fox’s writing delicious to read.”–Bookhugger
- “Ivy is a brilliant character and Fox writes her perspective incredibly naturally […] The Deception Artist is a very impressive debut. All the characters are complicated but overall sympathetic. Apart from anything else, a reader can’t help but fall for Ivy.”—The Bookbag