The print copy of Woman on the Road is finally available. I have also written a longer preview, which I hope will give you a better feel for the broader scope of the book, as it is not in a traditional style. It covers my road trips and my life in San Francisco, mostly though it’s the story of people and events that shaped my life. Some were long term friendships, some were chance encounters; they all affected my view of the world.
Please do contact me with questions or comments. After all those hours alone at the computer, it would be nice to know there are finally eyes on the pages. I’d especially like to know who you are and what caught your interest about this book. It’s not a book that that’s easily placed in a particular genre.