Paper and Ink highlights the powerful bond presented in long-term friendships as six characters age into their thirties, their shared force a ritualistic book club, and a handful of libations. As the group subsequently becomes threatened by an unknown source, Ellie Monroe, a researcher at the Natural History Museum finds her office ransacked and the artifacts of her research missing. As a reward is posted for the missing pieces, the group searches for the priceless artifacts unveiling adultery, blackmail, and answers to why they are being threatened.
Targeted Age Group:: 15-45
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The bond presented in long-term relationships and how they have the power to withstand extreme stresses and still prevail.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I formulated my characters around people I've met in my life, character traits taken from the different jobs I've worked at and people I've met on the road.
The six of us hovered around Amelia’s glass table that carefully perched our grouping of wine glasses on book club night. Every Wednesday, our getaway, our haven separating us from the responsibilities of our shared reality. There is a thrill of escape offered by the simplicity of thin sheets of paper, ink, and a sturdy spine. Our mark of time within its world set by placement of a baby sock, receipt, or invoice, our bookmarks lost to the folds of a couch or junk drawer tucked cozily in the corner of the kitchen. Oil and spaghetti sauce marked pages within, championing another story: one of life experienced, a duality of two stories colliding.
Links to Purchase Print Books
Buy Paper and Ink Print Edition at Amazon
Links to Purchase eBooks – Click links for book samples and reviews
Buy Paper and Ink On Amazon
Have you read this book? Tell us what you thought! All information was provided by the author and not edited by us. This is so you get to know the author better.