My newest novel, Moving (a life in boxes), has just been released as an ebook.The story is about a married couple, Jed and Lila, who are compulsive movers. For them, moving boxes, packing tape, and open houses are the ultimate aphrodisiacs. They meet on a moving day, Jed proposes on a moving day, and they end up moving 18 times in 18 years. They move for fun, to recover from tragedy, and for new opportunities—until Lila decides she wants them to put down roots, in Boston. Her decision pushes their marriage to its limits.
This is a novel about a marriage challenged by wanderlust, regular old lust, obsession, infertility and adoption, and race. Really, it’s a book for grown-ups about marriage and what happens when you and the person you married aren’t the same people you were at your wedding.
Moving (a life in boxes) is available from Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble, for $2.99. (You don’t need to have an e-reader to read the book–at Smashwords you can buy a pdf that you can read on your computer, or you can read Kindle books on your PC with a free app.)
I hope you’ll check it out and help spread the word. Any actions you take–rating the book on Amazon or Goodreads, reviewing the book on Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes & Noble, or Smashwords, or mentioning it to your friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter–will help this book find an audience. Word-of-mouth from my friends and colleagues will be the single most important factor in the success of this book.