Victoria, and her photographer husband Nigel, after bouts of wandering about, have moved into a ‘ not quite their own’ home. But this period of rootedness inspires Victoria to invite some of their friends to share a ‘ long weekend’ with them there. The moods of the place with its rural setting, the interactions of the people that come (Ellie, the newly widowed actress, James, an old workmate with his wife Nan, May, a single mum, Douglas, an ex-pat, and Keith, smarting from his recent divorce) and the ongoing problems that each carry with them, provide the ‘glass shards’ of this story – a kaleidoscope of moments of existence.
Born in New York state, Leah Miller spent many years living in California, obtaining a BA in English from The University of California. With her partner, Pieter Van Deusen, she wrote and produced educational films (doing sound and artwork on them too) and after moving to England with Pieter in 1983, helped with the making of his feature film, 'Netherby Naps.' She has always loved to write; producing short stories and longer works, her writing reflects life in both America and Europe.
Henrietta Ryecroft Published July 26, 2013
The White Ship — stories — Published July 26, 2013
A Matter of Life Published September 03, 2012
Epilogue Published July 23, 2012
Years into Darkness Published March 30, 2012
In the Silence of Carousels Published March 30, 2012
Last Sighting Published January 17, 2012
a Singularity of Blueberries Published January 17, 2012