praise - the edge of maybe


Praise for The Edge of Maybe by Ericka Lutz

An unflinching exploration of 21st century family life, California style—at once funny, complicated, earnest, and passionate, with an ending I cheered. The characters are full of surprises, and Amber is a gem.
Alix Kates Shulman, author of To Love What Is and Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen

Ericka Lutz is a brave, honest, deeply observant writer. She deftly celebrates and lampoons Bay Area culture as she exposes the dark side of a family which, on the surface, seems ideal. The Edge of Maybe is a timely, compulsive read.
Gayle Brandeis, author of Delta Girls and My Life with the Lincolns

At the core of this book are three people trying, in their varying ways, to dig deeper into the blood, bone, and marrow of life.
Ira Marlowe, Singer/Songwriter, Yoga Class and Brainy Tunes

Ericka Lutz has an exceptional eye for the gray areas of life. With deft and sure hand, The Edge of Maybe explores the meaning of family in our modern world and the ways in which we betray not only others, but ourselves. Well-written and compelling, this book grabs hold and won’t let go, even after you turn the final page.
Masha Hamilton, author of 31 Hours, The Camel Book Mobile

Ericka Lutz turns an unflinching, humorous, and often poignant gaze at things that many would choose to look away from: class privilege, reproductive choice, addiction, and hidden unrest in a family that seems to have it all. Her characters are flawed but deeply human and compelling.
Susan Ito, Editor, Literary Mama, A Ghost at Heart's Edge

Lutz's writing is witty and entertaining, her characters visceral, sexy, and real. She has written that rare book that is both a literary novel and a page-turner. Perfect for a read on the beach or a book group.
Elizabeth Bernstein, Editor, The Big Ugly Review

The Edge of Maybe is published by Last Light Studio. Order now, and get a signed, personally inscribed copy.
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