At a Loss for Words
Subtitle: A Post-Romantic Novel
Author: Diane Schoemperlen
About At a Loss for Words: A writer runs into a former lover at one of her readings.
- Mary Soderstrom, Quill & Quire, January 2008
- “This a book for those who love words, particularly those who have also loved a person in vain.”
- Corey Redekop, Shelf Monkey, 10 February 2008
- “...At a Loss for Words, slight as it is, becomes a chore to finish.”
- Jonita, The Book Chick, 26 February 2008
- “All in all it was a short, sweet read. It's not overly bitter, it's not sappy.”
- ‘Hardly at a loss for words Diane Schoemperlen turns a tale of spurned love into a literary frolic.’ Carla Maria Lucchetta, Ottawa Citizen, 2 March 2008
- “...includes a whole lot of fun and frolic with words, no matter how sad the tale within.”
- Kerry, Pickle Me This, 29 March 2008
- “Most essentially though, At a Loss for Words is an exercise in revenge and herein lies its triumph.”
- happyanddandy, BCF Book Reviews, 9 July 2008
- “I did enjoy the author's flow of words and the piecemeal revelation of small bites of information...”
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Added 06 September 2008.
Updated 29 March 2013.