When The Coffins of Little Hope by Timothy Schaffert was selected for our October PQ meeting, I think we all expected a spooky Halloween tale. Instead we were surprised by a tale that spans decades of an obituary writer for a small town newspaper. An engrossing story that shows we never leave the past behind, it always comes with us to resolution.
And we were fortunate to have the author do a video chat and share how the story took on a life of its own as he took this idea of small town newspaper which also quietly prints bestseller to make ends meet.
And we were also treated to "coffins" labeled Miserre and Desirree by Queen Tracey and specialty cupcakes! Thank you Queen Tracey.
Timothy Schaffert on the TV screen with the small inset of the SWLA PQ's in the corner? Video Chats with the author add so much to our discussion. Many thanks to Timothy and all the authors who have shared with us!