In this work of Upmarket Women’s Fiction, Vienna is trapped in the emotional congestion of her past. At 37, she is still hung up on Zakary, her “one that got away,” who she hasn’t seen in a decade. When she gets a visit from the ghost of her love life past, she learns she must relive their time together to uncover why she can’t move on.
Revisiting their romance with Zak as a tour guide proves to be a fun trip down memory lane. Soon she faces the trifecta of traumas that followed. Flashbacks to the 90s capture the era, but can they set Vienna free? Conscious relationship wisdom subtly supplements this story of love, loss and the sometimes illusory spaces between in this women’s fiction adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
“Love Without Traffic” was titled via an online contest. Readers from around the world who suggested and voted upon titles based on sample excerpts anxiously await its release. It will be published with Leon Smith Publishing later this year (2018) or in very early 2019.
The blog posts on this site are not from the book. Although they may read quite fictitiously, they are from my personal life.
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