Fiction Studio Books e-book
Publication date: June 6, 2015
Eunice Giles and Bill Stryker find love in the winter of their lives. According to Eunice, “Love can happen at any time in life—young or old—and the trick is to cherish it by living each of its moments to the fullest. One brief moment in love is worth more than a decade wandering aimlessly in solitude.” Set in the world of Steven Manchester’s novel Pressed Pennies, this is the story of a moment of love that is worth so much more than either Eunice or Bill can imagine.
Just in Time
“Steven Manchester has a gift for expressing through his writing the complicated and transcendent beauty of the human experience with poignant clarity.”
– Yolanda King, eldest daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Steven Manchester writes about life as it really is and really could be.”
– Crystal Book Reviews
“Steven Manchester has become one of my must-read authors.”
– Literary R&R
“Mr. Manchester’s exquisite writing style makes this poignant story memorable and a joy to read.”
– Long and Short Reviews
“Manchester is a writer of great emotional depth.”
– The View From the Phlipside
“I would put him higher than Nicholas Sparks.”
– Community Bookshop
“I really liked Steven Manchester’s poetic writing style and ability to construct such a vivid, exciting, and impassioned story line full of heartbreak, inspiration, hope, love, and faith.”
– Book Tribe
“Steven Manchester really knows how to write family . . . I cannot wait to read more by this author!”
– The Grand World of Books
"Steven Manchester has a gift for expressing through his writing the complicated and transcendent beauty of the human experience with poignant clarity," says Yolanda King, eldest daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King. "Steven Manchester writes about life as it really is and really could be," adds Crystal Book Reviews. Steven Manchester’s work has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, CBS’s The Early Show, CNN’s American Morning and BET’s Nightly News. Recently, three of Manchester’s short stories were selected “101 Best” for the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Manchester writes deeply moving, intensely relatable novels that readers tend to remember and discuss for a long time.