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Initial post: Oct 22, 2009 10:42:40 AM PDT
John Gorman says:
Shades of Luz

If you want to try something outside the cookie-cutter romance novel then try "Shades of Luz". It's a quirky guy-lit version of chick-lit. It explores love and meaning on many different philosophical levels. Pet lovers will find this a delight.

Benny and Luz are meant for each other but will they overcome their hangups long enough to share the love of a lifetime.

Shades of Luz

Posted on Nov 5, 2009 8:58:38 AM PST
Why is this appearing on the page for The Violin Diary?

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 5, 2011 6:53:09 AM PDT

Kera and Rand Priven must journey 2,500 miles across their country, trying desperately to find and protect their children. It is good they cannot foresee the horrors before them.

In a troubled marriage, the Privens live with their children, Andrew and Alissa, in New York City. As an up-and-coming fashion photographer, Rand is obsessed with making a name, and a lot of money-to the point of neglecting his family. Kera slips into a frustrated and lonely disillusionment; she yearns for a simpler more meaningful family life. Planning to confront and possibly divorce Rand, she sends the children to a respected summer camp. Her timing couldn't be worse.

Shocking events unfold as independent groups plotting against the United States successfully breach national security, attack military installations, and wreak havoc on public infrastructure: the system breaks down. All services stop... no lights, no flights, no food, no gas... nothing. Law enforcement and armed forces seem unable to contain this terrorism or... revolution. Lawlessness spreads, seemingly overnight.

What chance do these two average, unprepared, and conflicted people have for surviving such a hostile situation? Will the challenge pull them together or rip them further apart? Who will they meet on their journey across America? What will they learn? Will they ever see their children again?

Patrick Michael Murphy is an Emmy award winning writer and producer for film and video projects. Additional works of his fiction and nonfiction are soon to be released in digital form.
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