“With a grace that is absorbing and deft, Paul tackles many difficult questions, including filial responsibility, depression, marital strife, and sexual identity. …The author depicts heart-wrenching conundrums as the three siblings are forced repeatedly to evaluate their personal priorities….An engaging tale of family dysfunction and intractable senior citizens.” More
As a debut novelist after retirement at the age of 55, I’ve been intrigued by the increasing number of retirees reinventing themselves as authors. Perhaps some of us have been scribblers all our lives but had to wait until the day job allowed writing to happen. I had the pleasure of interviewing some of my favorite authors – Matilda Butler, Marylee Macdonald, Jenni Ogden, Paul Vidich and Barbara Donsky for Women Writers Women’s Books.
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Carefully wrapped, Things Unsaid was found tucked away on a stone bench at St. Botolph Without Bishopsgate.