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A Novel in Serialization: MAX, THE BLIND GUY available in monthly installments beginning June 12th

The digital-formatted novel-serialization of MAX, THE BLIND GUY becomes available June 12, 2015. Some of its installment chapter titles include:

1. Straddlelog

2. In Prague

3. The River Lethe … The Valley of Death

4. Castle & River

5. Lunch aboard the “Franz Schubert”

 

A portion from page “The Valley of Death” …

When the sex-laced breakfast lay congealed on our plates, yellow and white, brown crusts of bread to throw to the birds on the fire escape landing, I beat it out of there. Down on the street, I looked back over my shoulder, up at her window. She appeared behind the glass, waving at me. I waved and walked on. After ten steps I looked again. She had remained in the window. We reached our hands up at the same time to wave a second time. She opened the window and leaned out. We didn’t say anything—we could only have yelled, but we didn’t. She had that girlish twinkle in her eye I could recognize by now from any distance, the pudge of youth yet on her cheeks, the big hair and turn-style headmoves her set sometimes liked to use with men. Which belied, otherwise, her
flair for the confident gesture, the wise-crack, and her vamp’s glare. Behind all of these lurked this young woman in the window frame, come forward from behind the glass; a vulnerable woman with emotions that burned from beneath white ash, red mouth and morning-blue eyes, and every salty pore. She wrapped her arms around herself and snuggled. I tipped my head and half saluted, like a navvy off to work. We did this all again, the turn the laugh the wave. Way-way down the block, where I found my car, I looked once more. She had disappeared from the window. Okay, I thought, down to business.

The print edition of MAX, THE BLIND GUY (in full) publishes on June 5th. Please return for more updates.

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What Beauty was published in 2012. It’s a story of art, obsession and ego. Read an excerpt here. It’s available as an ebook, too.

The Village Wit (2010) is a humorous and sometimes dark odyssey through village life, love’s fall, sexual politics, and that place where memory and modern love intersect. Read an excerpt here. This book is also available as an ebook.

My newest novel is “Max, the blind guy” — the story of Max and Greta Ruth, their 40-year relationship, and all the demons that show up as they find that life rarely goes according to plan. This new novel will be published on June 5, 2015 from Siren & Muse Publishing.

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