My novel, Life’s Attic, is being typeset as I speak (or type), and the cover art is being finalized as well. There have been more steps to this whole book writing/publishing process than I ever would have thought. But it’s all fascinating to me, even though each part seems to take ten times longer than I think it should. Hopefully that will make it all the sweeter in the end when it’s finally available.
In the meantime, here’s the blurb from the back cover. I’m curious what you think, so please feel free to comment.
~In the fictional West Coast town of Clementine, Leanne Porter is about to meet Jay Hanson. There’s just one problem. Jay has AIDS. But will that stop them from loving each other? And what will their lives be as a result of this chance meeting? Two thinkers who are great talkers, Jay and Leanne remain true to themselves, facing tough inevitabilities head-on with humour, optimism, and joy. Life’s Attic is a journey of hope and happiness amid the challenges of life and death. Life has many forms. So does love.~
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