Please welcome Jeremy Mark Lane to our Saturday Spotlight with his book, While I'm Still Myself.
A passionate December love affair.
The meeting of an unexpected traveler.
The consequences of protecting a young new acquaintance.
A journey into an unknown past.
In the stories of While I’m Still Myself, Jeremy Lane eloquently describes the life changing impact of the brief encounter, showing that life and love are not shaped by an entire lifetime, but by the fleeting moments with unexpected people in unexpected places.
“Great writing knows the intimate language of the soul, occupies your thoughts, and draws you back to its words over and over again. Jeremy Lane’s style has a Raymond Carver quality that impresses with every word.” –JAMIE GUINEY Author of Pushcart Prize nominated A Quarter Yellow Sun
“…charming and rich with an emotion that makes one ponder on pieces of our existence that are often overlooked.” –LACEY WEATHERFORD Author of The Trouble with Spells
“Resignation and a sense of hope often go hand in hand in this powerful collection. Dealing with big themes, Jeremy’s characters remain unfailingly warm and doggedly inspirational.” –LYNSEY MAY Author of It Starts So Sweetly.
Jeremy Lane is a writer living in North Texas with his wife and three children.
Jeremy’s first collection of short stories, entitled “Here and Gone”, was published in 2010 by Ether Books, a digital publisher located in the UK.
A collection entitled, “While I’m Still Myself” was published in paperback by Tate Publishing early in 2012.
His work has also been featured in many literary sites and journals, including MUSCADINE LINES: A SOUTHERN JOURNAL.