In The Other Shore, Simon's life isn't what he hoped it would be. And when he learns that his father is dying, he returns to his hometown for goodbyes. Though he has been estranged from his father since his mother's untimely death six years ago, Simon rediscovers the power of parental influence. This leads him to some uncomfortable truths he's spent years avoiding, but also leads him to Laura, who gives him hope for a future less damaged by the past.
In From the Boathouse, John, an aged man suffering from dementia, struggles to keep hold of his most precious memories—particularly how he met his wife—before they all slip away.
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About the Author
Paul Hina is the author of eight novels including Imeros, Let it Snow, and Double Play. His most recent book, The Lavender Haze: Three Stories of Flirting with an Affair, was released in 2017. Hina has also published four collections of poetry including Such Deliberate Loveliness, Of Wanting and Rain, Origami Moonlight, and Music Only We Know(2017). Paul currently lives in Athens, Ohio with his wife, Sarah, and their two children.