I Want to Know What Love Is by Saul Rosenthal

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... his book could appeal to readers seeking a glimpse into an addict’s mind and others intrigued by musings on love."
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This confessional reminiscence is part autobiography, part self-help therapy, and part meditation on love. It is the heart of a journal over three decades of a tormented life. While searching for love, the author, a failed playwright and a loner, leads a secret double life. Publicly he is an English professor, but privately a dissolute and self-abusing racetrack tout trapped in a love/hate addiction to the horses. Redemption comes, but comes slow and hard. From an editor: Dear Mr. Rosenthal, Many thanks for sending your manuscript, I WANT TO KNOW WHAT LOVE IS. We publish only plays and musicals for the theater. You will find your manuscript enclosed. I did, however, read your manuscript. The title entranced me. Once I started reading I could not put it down. What a beautiful piece of work. I apologize for keeping it for so long. But I did not want to part with it! Best wishes on your search for a publisher. Sincerely, Donna Cozzaglio Editorial Department I. E. Clark Publications
 

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Published March 12, 2016 by AuthorHouse. 144 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction
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on Sep 12 2016

... his book could appeal to readers seeking a glimpse into an addict’s mind and others intrigued by musings on love."

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