Am flattered and grateful for Rebecca Higgins' thoughtful review of The Love Monster in the Telegraph-Journal, April 14th.
She says: "Missy Marston is keenly attuned to the desolation of the human journey. And then, she finds and grows hope in unusual places."
(See? This is the aforementioned literary technique of making you feel bad, then good. Please see post of March 6, 2012.)
And then she says: "The result is an affecting and funny rendering of one woman's crawl out of the dark." That really is a nice thing to say.
Thanks, Rebecca Higgins!