Husband and Wife Novelists Read From Their New Books
With a Q & A, book signing and refreshments to follow this husband and wife duo read from their latest works.
What Makes a Man Run (Heliotrope Books, October 2018) is about how running saves a desperate young man and how he trains to become an elite athlete. Along the way, he deals with the demands of his work as a physical therapist and his feelings for an edgy new girlfriend. “Whether you are a recreational runner or serious competitor, this affecting novel will remind you just how much this simple sport has to offer to your body and your spirit,” writes Charles R. Scott, author of Rising Son and Daunted Courage.
The Feud (Heliotrope Books, November 2018) is about a common occurrence at the workplace: a feud between females. Nikki and Roberta are very good friends – until Nikki wins the sales contest. Then things get very bad, as each tries to damage the other, professionally, romantically, and, finally, physically. “Catherine Hiller takes on an ancient theme – the feud between women – with humor, grace and verve,” writes Roxana Robinson, author of Cost and Sparta and former Authors Guild President.