Thanks to House of Books: “Vanishing Point is a stylishly written literary tale . . . (with) an elegance and beauty as illustrated here:
“Daniel’s hands are thin, and the skin also fine-grained; she would have expected a carpenter’s hands to be rough and worn, with a callous or two on the palm. Instead, when he touches her, it’s almost as if he weren’t touching her at all; she has the impression of air, and peace. Ross’s hands have become wide and heavy and obvious. If they grope her in the dark,she stays still, pretending they can’t wake her.”
“Ross had said the cherries dropping stained the flagstone. She came home one day to a stump. She’d loved its blossoms; their first spring in the house, she took a dozen pictures of them, and had one framed for the study. Ross said the flagstones were more important, and that he hadn’t known she cared.”
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Join us to help celebrate June 4, 4-6 p.m. at the Fairfield County Writers Studio, 21 Charles Street, Westport CT. Food and fun. Q&A and book signing. Champagne and good cheer. We’d love to have you. It’s always wonderful when friends and writers get together.
Only recently did I learn about Art Escape in Southbury CT, a wonderful space for pursuing art and community. I’m happy to announce I’ll be there on May 23 at 7 p.m., for a reading, Q&A, and goodies. Can you come? It’s right off the Merritt, between exits 14 and 15. Here is a whole list of upcoming events. See you there!
To celebrate the upcoming release of Vanishing Point, I’m offering five free signed copies on Goodreads, from April 10 to May 10. Nothing to lose! Enter today! You know the drill: https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/231176-vanishing-point
Kirkus Review Likes Vanishing Point . .
First reviews can be hard on the nerves, but this one is 100% painless:
I’m delighted to share with you a sample from Vanishing Point’s audio book, being developed at this very moment! I think the narrator’s interpretation is spot-on…