A son reluctantly travels to Vevay, Indiana to attend the funeral of his father—a man he didn’t love. While there, he encounters his aunt, a woman he had an attraction and fondness for when he was a small boy. After the funeral, they have lunch together at the Belmark Inn in Vevay. The son tells his aunt his true feelings about his father and she confesses to him an empty and lonely life. Their honest and riveting conversation leads to another encounter—one that will change both of their lives.
“Vevay, Indiana,” a novella, is now available. If you’re interested, you can click here to find out more about it and/or to order it.
This is my fourth book and the one I’m proudest of. Friend and writer Mark Flanigan was a great help to me in being my editor on this book and he knows how much I appreciate it.
I’m not very good at self-promotion, but there will be some “events” planned for this book. There’s one scheduled for mid march—may be some before that—and when I get more information on it, I’ll pass it along.
OK— enough of this. As you were.
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