In times of chaos with nowhere to run, nowhere to hide
You throw in with strangers, but who can you trust?
In chaotic times, what do you reveal, what to conceal?
About the Book
On Memorial Day, a series of bomb explosions shut down major cities across the US. Her apartment in ruins, Sabine flees Washington DC and begins a grueling journey on foot that brings her to West Virginia, where she finds safety at an abandoned farmhouse with other refugees.
For Sabine, family is a vague memory—she can’t even remember her last name. Without an identity, she hides —although thirty-five, she pretends to be twenty-eight, even to the refugee she falls in love with. But Sabine wants to recover her identity.
Lenore Gay was a Licensed Professional Counselor with master’s degrees in sociology and rehabilitation counseling. She is retired from the faculty of the Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Rehabilitation, where she taught graduate students and coordinated the internship program.
Now a full time writer, The Virginia Center of the Creative Arts (VCCA) has awarded her two writing fellowships.
Latest Blog Post
This post was inspired by Ellen Brock’s “How to Write a Believable World” YouTube video. I have always been interested in world-building. No matter whether I write poems, stories, novels or memoir, I want a stage set for readers to see and enter. Perhaps this idea came from my elementary school where we put on…Read More