Sarah Tuttle-Singer

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Sarah Tuttle-Singer
Native name
שרה טאטל זינגר
Born30 July 1981
Notable work
Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered: One Woman’s Year in the Heart of the Christian, Muslim, Armenian, and Jewish Quarters of Old Jerusalem

Sarah Tuttle-Singer (Hebrew: שרה טאטל זינגר‎; born 30 July 1981) is a United States-born media editor.[1] She blogs at The Times of Israel,[2] Kveller,[3] Scary Mommy,[4] Ladies' Home Journal, and TIME.com.[5] Sarah has visitation of her two children who live in a small village in Israel.[6]

Her writing covers a range of personal topics including parenting,[7] divorce, death, abortion, living under rocket fire, and Jerusalem.

Sarah Tuttle-Singer has written a book, Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered: One Woman’s Year in the Heart of the Christian, Muslim, Armenian, and Jewish Quarters of Old Jerusalem.

Books[edit]

  • Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered: One Woman’s Year in the Heart of the Christian, Muslim, Armenian, and Jewish Quarters of Old Jerusalem ISBN 978-1510724891
  • Included in: Avital Norman-Nathan (31 December 2013). The Good Mother Myth: Redefinin Motherhood to Fit Reality. Seal Press. ISBN 978-1580055024.

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