It seems I have always written, but as a writer with an Italian-American background, I have not always had a voice.
Readers and writers with a dual heritage who have a strong sense of place and a love of eloquent story will find much of value in Alain Mabanckou's The Lights of Pointe-Noire.
The Feathered Bone, by New York Times bestselling author Julie Cantrell, fuses poetic voice and unwavering honesty in a haunting tale of worst fears come true, best intentions gone horribly wrong, and a freedom that brings hope beyond this life.
Who decides when there is light?
"I have come in from the Via Dogana and the perpetual fog of December in Milan ..."