Over two years in the making. On the shelves at last.
Here's what reviewers are saying:
"A Sharp Bend in the Road showcases a carnival of amazing and totally different types of stories. From a story about a young man's encounter in an elevator, to a gay couple in a jewelry store, to a woman entering a retirement home. Bianco's characters are real, yet colorful and unique. he has a gift in creating genuine dialogue making each story come alive. I thoroughly enjoyed this collection of stories. 5 stars for sure! A fine collection written by one author who clearly knows his craft." --Susan Violante for Reader Views.
It was my privilege to be interviewed by Jane Isaac, England's hottest new rising star of the
- What makes this story collection different from those of other writers?
- Elements I've added to give characters a lifelike impression?
- Satisfying the needs of characters.
Here's the link to the interview: http://www.janeisaac.co.uk/author-interview-a-sharp-bend-in-the-road-by-gerard-bianco/