The Life and Deaths of Blanche Nero is a story that is both elegant and disturbing, meandering and fast-paced. It is a coming of age story, but not in your typical sense. Blanche is nearly sixty and staying in Venice writing out her life story. While there she is discovering who she is and who her father was. She is learning what love is, and that it isn't quite what she thought.Continue Reading
I'm currently reading two novels: one in print and one in audio. They are both a little dark. The last book I read was also solemn - it was a contemporary YA about a boy dealing with grief. Next up will be a play about a twelve-year old redheaded boy dealing with bullying.Continue Reading