A blue-collar hoarder sorts through the treasures of his lost past while his kids play on the scaffolding outside. He keeps ignoring the tremors in both the memories and the present.
Praise for Lancelot Schaubert:
“Schaubert’s words have an immediacy, a potency, an intimacy that grab the reader by the collar and say ‘Listen, this is important!’ Probing the bones and gristle of humanity, his subjects challenge, but also offer insights into redemption if only we will stop and pay attention.” (Erika Robuck, national best-selling author of Hemingway’s Girl)
“Loved this story because Lance wrote about people who don't get written about enough and he did it with humor, compassion, and heart.” (Brian Slatterly, author of Lost Everything and editor of The New Haven Review)
“I’m such a fan of Lance Schaubert's work. His unique view of things and his life wisdom enriches all he does. We're lucky to count him among our contributors.” (Therese Walsh, author of The Moon Sisters and editorial director of Writer Unboxed)
"Lancelot Schaubert exhibits his talents in many forms from poetic verse to lyrical prose to musical compositions, all the while infusing them with charisma, passion, and wit. A true creative, Schaubert is one to watch in the literary world." (Heather Webb, author of Rodin's Lover and Becoming Josephine)
“Lance Schaubert writes with conviction but without the cliché and bluster of the propaganda that is so common in this age of blogs and tweets. Here is a real practitioner of the craft who has the patience to pay attention. May his tribe increase!" (Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove, author of Common Prayer and The Awakening of Hope)