At A Loss for Words
A Post-romantic NovelBook - 2008
In a "he said, she said" story, the writer always gets the last word.
nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;She is a writer, established and successful, with a full life and supportive friends. Then he walks into a book signing and back into her life 30 years after he broke her heart. This time, things seem different. The pair reconnects through emails, messages and fragments of conversation. But love leaves her with a nasty case of writer's block. Looking for inspiration in the texts around her--optimistic horoscopes, evasive fortune cookies and the inane suggestions from books on writer's block--she tries to find a way through the relationship that has seemingly stolen her gift for language.
nbsp;nbsp;nbsp; Spinning us through the whirlwind love of her nameless protagonist, award-winning author Diane Schoemperlen weaves a stylish, innovative novel out of to-do lists and text messages. Exploring the different emotional languages spoken by men and women, At A Loss For Words is a charming take on the modern romance, warm and witty right through to its surprising and delicious resolution.
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One of these days I'll go to bed at night without thinking of you.
One of these days I'll wake up in the morning without thinking of you.
One of these days I'll go all day long without thinking of you, and I won't even notice that I haven't
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