John Cantees gives a comfortable and compelling read for this audiobook version of my novel. I’m really happy with his listenability and the emotion he injects where appropriate.
I moved to New Jersey in 1994, a reluctant Philadelphia expatriate who considered anything north of Trenton a foreign land. My New Jersey points of reference were Mack and Manco’s pizza on the Ocean City boardwalk, The Pub in Pennsauken and Canals’ Liquor Store where 38 and 70 meet. The
Teenagers in a New Jersey high school navigate racial and political upheaval through the nostalgic lens of baseball Best friends TJ, who is white, and Jonathan, who is black, speak to each other about their differences in a way that is refreshingly honest and which ultimately bonds them through the
Mike Archer’s collection of short stories, Road of Life, presents characters plunged into extraordinary situations by fate who then win second chances for themselves or others.
It took me a few years to get around to reading Adele Kenny’s collection of poems, A Lightness, A Thirst, Or Nothing At All (Welcome Rain Publishers), but better late than never. I apologize, Adele, since you and I live in the same town, serve the same public and and have crossed