Renee Ebert’s prose is clean and enjoyable to read. Her main character Molly finds herself in some tough situations, from a strained relationship with her mother to career and love life difficulties. Yet she endures and pushes forward. She is an easy character to have empathy for – you find yourself rooting for her, as you would for one of your friends. I hope to read more from this author.
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Renee is the author of two forthcoming works of contemporary fiction: Winter Trees and Dead Eyes in Late Summer. As an informal student of history - especially the twenties and thirties - Renee has a degree in English Literature from Georgetown University. She is a native of New Jersey who grew up "in the shadow of the Empire State building" and lived in the South Bronx and spent many years in Southern California. She now lives in Orlando with her husband, Louis J.Wasser. View all posts by darknessgoes