Every once in awhile I check to see if anyone has written a review or even bought the book. It’s crazy to think you have work out there that people will read, let alone that it moves them to write something nice about a novel you spent years writing. Sometimes, I wish I’d taken this […]
Rhonda Coleman wrote this great article about my novel several years ago that I just read again. I wanted to share it out. http://www.airstreaming.net/miscellany/airstreaming-author-tom-schabarum/
A couple of weeks ago we hosted a great guy in our Airstream through Airbnb. He stayed a week and unbeknownst to me downloaded Airstreaming to his Kindle. He left this note for me the night before he left and it was wonderful to receive. Again, this is why I write – to give amazing experiences […]
Interview in support of my novel, Airstreaming, with Max Tucci. It’s approximately 15 minutes and has several images of our Airstream, Margaret, and others in our recent travels. My thanks to Max for hosting a great interview, which was a lot of fun to do.
So thankful to the editors at Kirkus Reviews for featuring Airstreaming in their December newsletter. What a treat to come home to this news after a great Christmas. I do hope this year is the year that Airstreaming breaks out! Use this holiday to cozy up to the fire and read my novel.
“With no wasted space yet plenty of emotion, the simplicity of Schabarum’s writing is a marvel. Compact sentences brim with an appreciation for character and the lonely expanse of suburban life. The constantly shifting characters become inextricably linked in different ways, until they ultimately separate, finding freedom in loss and letting go.” – Kirkus Reviews BOOK REVIEW In […]
Tom Schabarum on BookReads Radio Here is an interview done shortly after I published Airstreaming on Book Reads Blogtalk radio in which the host, TK McEachin compares the writing to that of John Steinbeck, which left me momentarily speechless. Enjoy. It was a great opportunity and wonderful experience.
A gritty, poignant story of four people–a mother and daughter, a husband and wife–all confronting loss, all coming to terms with truth and with each other. The book’s icon, an Airstream trailer, represents something different to each of them, and in the end becomes a way out for one of them. Tom Schabarum writes about […]
For those of you with Barnes and Noble’s Nook device, The Palisades and Airstreaming are now available there as e-books. Check them out here http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/palisades-thomas-schabarum/1102517438?ean=9780615347899 and here http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/airstreaming-tom-schabarum/1108841305?ean=2940014323697.