It shows how a totally unexpected brief encounter can turn your life around and have a huge impact on it which can never be changed.
It shows that love and life doesn't have to span a lifetime. That a sudden meeting can spark a deep and meaningful, life changing, all consuming, memorable love that can disappear as quickly as it came into your life, yet will never be forgotten.
Some of the stores are about :
- A passionate December love affair.
- The meeting of an unexpected traveler.
- The consequences of protecting a young new acquaintance.
- A journey into an unknown past.
Probably my only critisism, was that just as I was getting into the story, it suddenly ended and left me wanting each one to develop into more, wondering what would happen to the characters and how the story would pan out.
I also love Jeremy's dedication at the start of the book to his wife and children. Simple but beautiful.
Jeremy Lane lives in North Texas with his wife and three children. His first collection of short stories, entitled “Here and Gone”, was published in 2010 by Ether Books, a digital publisher located in the UK.
“While I’m Still Myself” is published in paperback by Tate Publishing early in 2012.
His work has also been featured in many literary sites and journals, including MUSCADINE LINES: A SOUTHERN JOURNAL.
You can check out Jeremy's website here