Cranston, RI -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/19/2014 -- Make the adventure. Support the Kickstarter campaign for David Orsini’s novel “The Woman Who Loved Too Well.” The tagline for the novel is revealing: Sometimes, love is an obsession that destroys. “The Woman Who Loved Too Well” is a swift-moving narrative about obsessive love and the violent consequences of that love.
Two young men and a young woman, caught inside a war-time setting, are involved in a triangle that creates its own adventure and its own turbulence. A young war hero, who wants to free a fellow RAF pilot from imprisonment by the Nazis, draws his wife into a dangerous plan that eventually becomes a scenario of betrayal and revenge.
David Orsini has been working on his novel “The Woman Who Loved Too Well” for two years. In this important current phase of the project, David looks to the Kickstarter audience for their collaboration. This audience can energize the essential steps that will launch the production and the publication of his novel. Those steps include David’s work with a copy editor, a graphics designer, and a Webmaster. Each member of the audience can make a Kickstarter pledge of $10 or $25 (or more if they wish) that supports the publication of the book. In return, they will receive a paperback copy and/or an e-book edition of the novel.
About David Orsini
David Orsini is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Brown University, where he earned the degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature. He has taught literature, grammar, and composition in Rhode Island secondary schools and colleges. His earlier, well-reviewed books include “Bitterness/ Seven Stories” and “The Subtleties of Seduction” (A Novella).
Please make a pledge to his project by Friday, Apr 11, 2014.
Kickstarter Page: http://kck.st/Np3Y2C