Blurb Alert for Sliding Past Vertical

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No, this isn’t the cover. That will take a little longer.

We’re one step closer to official book-dom! I wanted to share this hot-off-the-keyboard book description with you. Here’s the rundown on Sliding Past Vertical:

Sarah Cohen is a walking disaster. She means well, but with each ill-considered decision, this twenty-nine-year-old graphic artist and ex-diving protégé damages not only herself, but also her fellow Bostonians. Good thing she has Emerson McCann on her side, at least for now. This nursing home orderly and aspiring author is just a phone call away in Syracuse, with a metaphorical mop to clean up the messes of her life. For Sarah, who moved east after graduating from Syracuse University in 1979, it’s become a comfortable long-distance friendship. But it can be excruciating for Emerson. Eleven years after their short and emotionally consuming freshman-year romance, he is still in love with her. When everything goes wrong all at once, Sarah plunges into another rash decision: to correct her mistakes, as her high school coach used to tell her when she flubbed a dive, she must return to the point where she went wrong and start again. So she’s moving back to Syracuse and into a vacancy in Emerson’s rooming house, a choice that has sometimes amusing but sometimes catastrophic consequences. And nobody is safe.

Stay tuned for more over the next month or two, and if you’d like to be among the first to know when Sliding Past Vertical goes live, please join my mailing list. I promise not to spam you.

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Author: laurieboris

Writer, editor, proofreader, stand-up comedian in another life.

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