My newly completed memoir, No Letter in Your Pocket: Twenty Years Healing a Family Secret, provides adventurous tales of my seven months in India in 1990-1991.
This revealing book interweaves denial about a primal family relationship with adventure, romance and spiritual exploration. From its highs—describing a successful climb of the 20,000-foot peak Stok Kangri—to its lows—suffering bacterial dysentery and sexual assaults—this tale carries the reader through a middle-aged woman’s quest for truth, forgiveness, and reconciliation.
Excerpts from this yet-unpublished account have appeared in two anthologies, including Emails from India: Women Write Home (Seraphim Editions 2013).
I am currently seeking a literary agent for representation for this and other books.