"We all have days when it seems the world as we know it is falling apart. Mouthy teenagers, forgotten cell phones, the pressure of deadlines, . ."
Lucy Linfeld, wife, mother and former lawyer, chafes at her husband's demands to present a perfect image to their world in his quest to retain his position as a District Court Judge in a small Western town. They used to be partners, sharing their innermost thoughts as they worked together. When his work takes precedence over family, balance is lost, blurring the entire family's focus.
Told with turns of sparkling wit and biting humor, In Search of Sushi Tora evaluates the purpose of marriage, and puts a spin on how we can survive the trials of everyday life.
Author Emily Kemme was a co-author of The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra: A Century of Musical Magic, 1911-2011, which won a Next Generation Indie Book Award for Regional Non-Fiction. In Search of Sushi Tora is her first novel. It was named a Finalist for First Novel in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
|Publisher:||Arrowhead Publishing, LLC|
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About the Author
She was a co-author of the collaborative non-fiction history of the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra: A Century of Musical Magic, 1911-2011, which won a 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Regional Non-Fiction. Emily is the Food & Lifestyle Contributor for The Greeley Tribune.
As an author and lifestyle blogger on her blog, Feeding the Famished, she writes about human nature, illuminating the everyday in a way that highlights its brilliance.
She celebrates people's differences and notes that the biggest problem with being different is when it's deemed a problem. She lives in Greeley, Colorado with her husband.
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A slice of real life. Thought provoking audio.