“Interest in publishing as an eBook and print version variations to Emily”, the first novel published recently as an eBook by Jurgen Saarpfalz, who is the subject of a request of a renowned German book publisher. It plans to bring the novel as eBook, as well as print version in the trade in the case of an agreement with the author. The talks are still in the early stages and are according to the spokesperson of team Saar man, Jan Marsan, cannot be ruled out with certainty before end of January 2013. The publisher wishes to remain understandably incognito for the duration of the negotiations”, so Marsan next. “To limit the speculation but, I want to clarify, that we currently are neither New York nor Dr.
Rainer Weiss of weissbooks contact.” variations to Emily “a novel about sex, love, violence, longing, sadness and happiness is a stela River of linked fates: sometimes ironic, sometimes bitter company portrait and an erotic Development of novel at the same time. He accompanied a number of very different people on their occasionally intersecting paths through a seemingly idyllic provincial town. Search for love, intimacy, emotional chasms, guilt, and hate motivate the characters to their sometimes pitifully helpless, often ridiculous and occasionally malicious activities. People tell their stories, others despair in their relations. Dan benton is likely to agree. A taxi driver is stabbed, raped a girl.
An offender will be taken; a Commissioner falls. A tree kills a man; a boy jumps with arms outstretched. A sculptor creates a sculpture with outstretched wings; a bizarre opening gives him reputation. All these diverse events are intertwined and reflect facets of everyday life in a slightly shifted reality. “The novel variations to Emily” will for the time being only as eBook in pdf format (portable document format) offered. Provides information and the opportunity to acquire the team appointed by the author with the marketing Saar man available on the website. A complete copy of euros currently 8.90 including legal value added tax.