My friend Laura LaBrie from Lovely Lattitudes, first said this word to me. It describes life, don’t you think? My new book was all set to go, it just needed a title. I felt like this word, “Namas- Cray” accurately described the stories involved.
In everyone of these stories, the characters are, shall we say, a little off. One woman is planning her “Perfect Day,” when she’s interrupted by a young couple about to rob her. Did I mention her perfect day involves suicide?
In “Harvey Levin Can’t Die,” the narrator is just going about her life, working at a coffee shop down on Ventura Blvd, when the whole world seems to get serious. Her b/f leaves her to go back to college. Customers want to talk about serious stuff, not reality tv. WTH? But she finds the underground – and accidentally – I mean, it was probably an accident – mows down Harvey Levin with her car. She tried to report it! The police didn’t want to hear it!
Talk about having a cray day –
So this title fit PERFECTLY. I think whether you are an avid reader or someone who picks up a book to make it look like you’re an avid reader, you will love this book. (Humble, right?)