I wanted to tell the story from the perspective that we experience a few profound moments in life which tend to affect the way we live for years to come.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 17, 2013
Local author, Paul Mazzarella, releases his first book today. Promissory Notes is an inspiring women’s fiction charting the journey of a single woman who, after having put life on hold to attend to her ailing mother, has to come to terms with her overwhelming sadness over her mother’s death. The reader delves into a journey of self-discovery as the main character finds her strength in a passionate romance with a captivating stranger, and creates a whole new, previously unimagined life for herself.
The novel examines themes of love, loss, and renewal through the lens of an unmarried thirty-seven-year-old woman. According to the author, "I wanted to tell the story from the perspective that we experience a few profound moments in life which tend to affect the way we live for years to come. All of the main characters have individually faced adversity. It's how they dealt with it which makes the book interesting."
About the Author Paul Mazzarella, a lifelong Massachusetts resident, currently resides in Lynnfield with his loving wife of twenty years, Susie, and their mischievous two-year old Vizsla, Dante. After a thirty-year career as an equity sales trader, Paul decided to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a fiction writer. Paul no longer lives within the constraints of cold and impersonal numbers, and he treasures his newfound creative freedom as a writer. Paul is an avid sports fan, fitness enthusiast, and traveler who loves to engage in spirited conversation with interesting people from all reaches of the globe, preferably in a lively tavern.
A book signing will be held on Wednesday, February 20th from 7 until 9pm at Spirit of '76 bookstore in Marblehead, MA. Copies of Paul's book can be purchased through Amazon.
For more information about Promissory Notes, please visit http://www.pmazzarella.com, or
contact Amy Grishman at 978-594-4002.