Saturday, December 10, 2011

In the Middle of Almost and Other Stories

 

 

About In the Middle of Almost and Other Stories

For anyone who has ever sat home alone on a Saturday night…
An engrossing collection of funny, poignant and bittersweet stories about busy young women who find men in all the wrong places (the garage attendant across the street, the stay-at-home dad in the playground, the younger man at the diner counter, the blind date) and discover something about themselves in the process.
These short stories and memoir were previously published in literary magazines and newspapers.


About S.B. Lerner
S.B. Lerner worked as an attorney in Manhattan for many years, and in the evenings she wrote and published short stories. They are now available as a collection, called In the Middle of Almost and Other Stories
After getting married and becoming a mom, she was struck with the importance of knowing family history, so she researched and wrote the story of her father’s fascinating life. It was through learning about his early passion for a Zionist youth group in Poland that she became interested in the subject of her first novel, A Suitable Husband, which is set in prewar Poland. 

S. B. loves to read historical fiction and novels set in other times and places, as well as to travel and meet people. Travel time is limited, lately, but she teaches an ESOL class and learns about other cultures through her diverse group of students. When not teaching, doing ‘mom’ things or playing with the puppy, she is at her desk working on another novel set on a college campus in New York. 





You can visit S.B. Lerner’s website at www.sblerner.com, and read her blog ‘Novel Thoughts” through a link on the website. You can find Susan’s book on Goodreads at http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/12708823-in-the-middle-of-almost-and-other-stories


3 comments:

morning said...

what a sunshine smile on her face, love your work, Rebecca.

Smiles.

Medeia Sharif said...

It sounds interesting. I added it to my wish list. Thanks for sharing this collection.

Bluebell Books said...

great one.