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Puerto Vallarta Resident Publishes New Novel
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September 23, 2011

Learn more at KarenBlomain.com.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Karen Blomain, a long time winter resident of Puerto Vallarta and former co-director of the Puerto Vallarta Writers Conference, has had her new novel, The Season of Lost Children, published. This novel is the sequel to her first, A Trick of Light, which Barbra Streisand optioned for the movies.

Both novels are the part of The Fenston Trilogy which traces the lives of three women from the mid 50ís to the first decade of the 21st century. In a small college town in Pennsylvania the lives of a bigamist's wife, a Polish orphan an ex-priest and his wife - a former nun - and a mute teenage runaway intersect.

From Amazon: The Season of Lost Children explores the question of what constitutes family and finds that the answer is often closer than we think, if only we look with and within our hearts. Although The Season of Lost Children can be enjoyed on its own, it is the second volume in The Fenston Trilogy, which began with A Trick of Light.

The series traces fifty years of the interwoven lives and friendship of three women in a bucolic Pennsylvania college town. The Season of Lost Children focuses on the life of the eccentric former nun, Eleanor Roderi.

Learn more at KarenBlomain.com. You can also reach Karen at karenblomain(at)gmail.com.

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