Reading by David B Seaburn
In Seaburn’s most recent novel, the dual challenges of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis and the unexplained loss of parents are the driving forces behind the lives of two boys and their grandfather.
Over time, intergenerational connections between family members and friends create the shelter the book’s characters need for their common journey. This is a story of human vulnerability, endurance, secrets, truth, loss, humor, resilience and love.
David B. Seaburn’s first novel, Darkness is as Light, was published in 2005. He followed with Pumpkin Hill (2007), Charlie No Face (2011), a Finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award in General Fiction, Chimney Bluffs (2012), More More Time (2015), and Parrot Talk (2017), which placed second in the TAZ Awards for Fiction (2017) and was shortlisted for the Somerset Award (2018). Gavin Goode (2019), was an American Book Fest Finalist for “Best Book” in General Fiction (2019) and Semi-Finalist in Literary, Contemporary and Satire Fiction for the Somerset Award (2019). His latest novel is Broken Pieces of God (2021) was a Finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award in General Fiction (2021).
Seaburn is a retired marriage and family therapist, psychologist and Presbyterian minister who lives in Spencerport, NY with his wife, Bonnie. They have two married daughters and four wonderful grandchildren.
This is a hybrid event held at Writers & Books, 740 University Ave. Rochester, NY and streamed via Zoom.
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