Here's a brief excerpt of what he's going to say:
Using Brendell Meshango as the narrator of the story, we get a very interesting look into the fractured psyche of the heroine, who can be turned from a determined fighter to a frightened victim by her mysterious foe. I am sure that we can all equate to the emergence of negative thought that overwhelms us in uncertain moments of great stress. As in the case of Joylene’s first novel, the heroine pulls herself together and faces down her adversary only when her family is threatened.
Thank you so much, John. I'm still in New Brunswick, so I'll be sure to tune in at 10 PM est. Hope others can too.
Meanwhile, I hear my little man calling...