Twelve stories of wayward travelers. Twelve stamps on the passport of the soul. Walter struggles to see past his disfigurement, but a trip to Thailand and a mysterious woman may challenge his quest for perfection. Married to a workaholic, Leslie is accustomed to solitude until her overbearing Indian mother-in-law turns her kitchen into a verbal […]
MacDonald applies insight, power, and delicacy to create characters between whom the psychic space virtually sizzles.–Kristine Morris
– Foreword Reviews
In her collection of twelve brilliantly-written short stories, MacDonald explores the pain and beauty of human relationships. MacDonald’s writing is raw and visceral, creating a strong emotional connection between her characters and the reader.
– US Review of Books
With elegant prose enlivened by shards of mean humor, MacDonald captures how hard it is to love or trust, at home or abroad.
– Kirkus Reviews
Follow my blog with Bloglovin If Twitter is one of the social media platforms you’re using to let the world know about your debut novel, hashtags could make all the difference in whether people discover you or pass by without taking a second look. Imagine walking walked into Chicago’s McCormick Place, the largest convention center in […]
by Marylee MacDonald in Apps & Software
A month ago I’d never heard the acronym GDPR, and frankly, I wish I still had never heard of it. Like most authors I’m not a programmer, and I especially resent every task that falls under the rubric of “marketing.” I resent doing it, and I resent having to completely reconfigure every single thing about […]
by Marylee MacDonald in For Readers
Published in the Sunday Times London Rules ***** Mick Herron, John Murray, R295 One of the authors I’m most looking forward to meeting at the Franschhoek Literary Festival next week is Mick Herron. The British writer has been quietly turning out a series of spy novels that have built […] Click here to view full […]
Your account will be closed and all data will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. Are you sure?