Jess Walter, author of Beautiful Ruins and The Financial Lives of the Poets, wrote this about Eric's book:
A wonderful book of essays, wry and wise, in which Eric Freeze considers what it is to be a twenty-first-century literary man’s man in all his house-remodeling, sweet-parenting, foosball-playing glory.
I love this bit of praise from Bonnie Jo Campbell, author of Once Upon a River and American Salvage:
Eric Freeze is the kind of thoughtful writer and parent who will help us save the world.
One of my favorite essays is "Supergirl." It's about Eric telling stories to Zari about her superhero-alternative-universe-self who gets zapped by a radioactive jellyfish and gains supersonic flying powers. It's about a little girl's longing to be the hero, to defy gravity, to fly. It's about how being a parent means pouring your heart into silly stories that make your children giggle and stand a little taller at the end of the day.
Other things you'll read about in this book...
- Our crash-and-burn TV interview in London about Zari's "freebirth"
- Hemingway riding on a bike (obviously!)
- Matisse coming to Nice and being captivated by its light and colors
- Vulcans and all things Star Trek
- Toddler Zari running her heart out across a parking lot and nearly getting herself run over
- Mormons and their weird obsessions with beards
And so much more! You'll laugh! You'll cry! You won't regret it!
And even better...if you buy the book from the publisher before the end of October, you get 30% off the list price (and less than Amazon's current price).
To learn more about Eric, check out his new website