I was never happier as a child than when I held a book in my hands. I loved the smell of them, the soft touch of yellowed pages in a well-worn volume, and most of all, the promise they held. A world away from the streets of Brooklyn, through the magic and mystery of the printed word, I could solve crimes, fall in love, travel to another part of the country or universe, or forward and back in time.
My goal now as a writer is to create a bit of that pleasure for you. You may be partial to e-readers or audio books rather than the traditional book form, but whatever your preference, I hope what I’ve written touches you in some way. Maybe you’re interested in autobiographies. If so, check out my spiritual memoir, Rabbit Trail: How a Former Playboy Found Her Way. Looking for fiction? The first in the Libby Landis series, Slippery Slopes, is for you. Next year A Moveable Marriage will have you wondering how one couple—who is neither in the military nor the Witness Protection Program—can move fifteen times in twenty years.
Books are a gateway to learning and relaxation, potent stimuli for discussion, and one of life’s greatest delights. Enjoy!