Life with Teenagers

Sailing Away

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Margaret “Meggy” Neil has finally made the big time after twenty years as an unknown sound and installation artist, and the New York Times is hailing her as the freshest new talent around. She has a partner, a family, a home in the country, and now a career she can finally be proud of. But for reasons she can’t fully explain, she starts to recall and ultimately act upon disturbing past memories. Faced with the realization that she is single handedly pulling her life apart bit-by-bit, it takes the ghosts of artists from centuries past and the mysterious work of memory to bring her back to herself before it’s too late. Sailing Away is a novel about the power of art, the power of love, and the very human belief in the power of redemption.

my novel in progress

Written by kmguay

September 2, 2013 at 5:17 pm

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