THOMAS CHRISTOPHER GREENE is the author of four previous novels: Mirror Lake; I'll Never Be long Gone;Envious Moon and The Headmaster's Wife. His fiction has been translated into 13 languages. In 2008, Tom founded Vermont College of Fine Arts, a top graduate fine arts college, making him the youngest college president in the country at the time. He lives and works in Vermont.
"If I Forget You is a beautiful, quiet novel about love and the paths we take and the ones that are forged for us."--PopSugar "We all want to believe, don't we, that a lost love will find us again, and change everything? Thomas Christopher Greene's If I Forget You is just that, Romeo and Juliet, if they had lived, Rhett and Scarlet, if she hadn't been so blind, and Rick and Ilsa, if the world hadn't been at war. Romantic, full of yearning, and hopeful, this is an unapologetically passionate tale about the kind of enduring love we dream about when we are young."--Robin Oliveira, New York Times bestselling author of My Name is Mary Sutter and I Always Loved You "Thomas Christopher Greene's If I Forget You is the most moving and beautifully-written love story I've read since Cold Mountain. If I Forget You chronicles the passionate but seemingly star-crossed romance between Henry, a talented young poet and left-handed college shortstop from a working class Jewish family, and Margo, and aspiring painter born and bred to wealth and privilege. In gorgeously direct prose written straight from Greene's good heart, If I Forget You reveals how love can both shape, and be shaped by, art to overcome just about anything."--Howard Frank Mosher, author of God's Kingdom "Don't let the wintry cover fool you--this love story makes for a perfect beach read."--Real Simple "[Greene] has created two believable and empathetic characters... readers will be rooting to see Henry and Margot together again despite the odds." --Publishers Weekly "[A] powerful, emotionally moving love story."--Library Journal "Greene's candid tale of true love besieged by insurmountable hardship, only to be rekindled later in life, is delicate and tender, providing readers with a gentle escape and soulful interlude." --Booklist "Hypnotic." --Eric da Costa, Seven Days "A beautiful, haunting tale of true and lost love, Thomas Christopher Greene's triumphant If I Forget You is an unforgettable summer read." --College Candy "The novel is a lyrical and narrative work of art, combining poetry and prose in such a way that the story seems to float off the pages...Thomas Christopher Greene knows exactly what cords to pluck in the heart and in the mind, reminding us that true love never goes away, and that it is entirely possible to find it again even if we believed it lost for good." --Blogcritics "Beautifully written, If I Forget You was addictive, and I read it in just a couple of sittings." --Civilian Reader