No Perfect Words book. I really enjoyed Renek's prose and her method of storytelling. I recommend this book and look forward to reading her earlier work. Note: I won this book on GoodReads.
No Perfect Words book. Thanks to Renek for her generosity in allowing readers to sample her work, and to Goodreads for giving her a forum to do s. .Feb 20, 2010 A'mee rated it liked it.
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No Perfect Words (SD) appeared in 2009.
Her first novel, Spiritland, was published in 2002 by Spuyten Duyvil. No Perfect Words (SD) appeared in 2009.
Nava Renek, American writer, educator Daughter of Morris and Ethel Renek. Master of Fine Arts, Bklyn College, Brooklyn, New York, 1989. Bachelor, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1982.
Nava Renek, American writer, educator. Daughter of Morris and Ethel Renek. Lecturer Bklyn College, Brooklyn, New York, 1987-2001, educational coordinator, 1991-2000, interim director, 2000-2001, counselor, since 2001, grant writer, since 2001. Consultant Bklyn College Women's Center, Brooklyn, New York, 2001-2002. Volunteer consultant After-School Committee, Brooklyn, New York, 2000-2002.
Book Obsession Production. I hate you. I heard those words so many times from his mouth that they lost their meaning. He was rich and cared for his mother deeply. On paper, he was the perfect husband. His three loving words is how I mockingly referred to them. It didn’t bother me, though, because I hated him, too. He was gorgeous, with dark tousled hair, full lips, a strong jaw, and a body deserving of a magazine cover. The problem? He was my husband. I dreamed of a fairytale love story for as long as I could remember.