Plenty of fish in the sea. But none like the ones that got away.
Author Suanne Laqueur gives her readers an intimate, guided tour of the award-winning novel, The Man I Love. From the embryonic chapters written over twenty years ago to scenes cut from the final draft, you’ll witness the crafting of an emotional journey and the evolution of the beloved characters within The Fish Tales.
Includes never-before-seen material and an excerpt from Laqueur’s next novel, An Exaltation of Larks.
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About the Author
A former professional dancer and teacher, Suanne Laqueur went from choreographing music to choreographing words. Her work has been described as "Therapy Fiction," "Emotionally Intelligent Romance" and "Contemporary Train Wreck." Laqueur's novel An Exaltation of Larks was the Grand Prize winner in the 2017 Writer's Digest Awards. Her debut novel The Man I Love won a gold medal in the 2015 Readers' Favorite Book Awards and was named Best Debut in the Feathered Quill Book Awards. Her follow-up novel, Give Me Your Answer True, was also a gold medal winner at the 2016 RFBA. Laqueur graduated from Alfred University with a double major in dance and theater. She taught at the Carol Bierman School of Ballet Arts in Croton-on-Hudson for ten years. An avid reader, cook and gardener, she started her blog EatsReadsThinks in 2010. Suanne lives in Westchester County, New York with her husband and two children. Visit her at suannelaqueurwrites.com Her Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/1TVNBrp All feels welcome. And she always has coffee
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Well, this book was interesting! The author wasn't kidding when she made the joke towards the beginning the of book that she basically wrote a very long winded version. Now, that's not a bad thing, and for her first novel written before editing, it wasn't bad. At times though, it was a little, for lack of a better word choice, boring. Now, don't get me wrong, I enjoyed reading it, enjoyed reading her comments through out the story, and enjoyed reading what the story could have been. It was fun to see kind of how that story blossomed into what we know as the actual fish tales. The way that she developed the story overall, changed the plot a little bit, and changed and grew the characters. It's kind of sad to be putting the fish tales to bed to say. I enjoyed reading the series and enjoyed getting to know and love the characters. I'm hoping maybe they will pop back into her head and urge her to write another story in the future!