Of all the human emotions, the greatest is love. Not perfect, sweet, syrupy love, but rather the kind of love that tests one’s moral principles and strength of character.
At age 77, “new” Victorian romance author David Jay knows that, and he isn’t afraid to venture into the dark side of human nature, all the better to display love’s triumph over evil.
After he retired in 2007 following a 45-year career in journalism, David turned immediately to writing fiction. He lives in Washington state with a border collie named Chekhov. His home faces a cherry orchard, and his street address is Rosencrantz Road. Given that amazing bit of serendipity, how could he not write fiction?
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