The Texture of Love has arrived....and is on sale!!

Today is the day! Howard's new novel, The Texture of Love is now available as an ebook and in print. Available on Amazon, iTunes, Barnes and Noble, and more.

Use the links on the The Texture of Love book page to purchase this novel.

Here is a bit about the story:

On the 50th anniversary of Nabokov’s Lolita, Howard decided to reverse the story. In The Texture of Love, Molly, a young woman graduating college shows up at the door of Eric, a 65-year old family friend and recent widower. Her obsession, perhaps more acceptable by society’s standard than Humbert’s in Lolita, still manages to take hold of their lives . . . confirming again the painstaking and pain-giving selfishness of certain kinds of passion.

If you are a fan of Nabokov or interested in stories about love and time, you're sure to enjoy The Texture of Love

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The Texture of Love is COMING SOON!

And by soon, we mean early February at the latest....so stay tuned!

On the 50th anniversary of Nabokov’s Lolita, Howard Reiss decides to reverse the story.  In The Texture of Love, Molly, a young woman graduating college shows up at the door of Eric, a 65-year old family friend and recent widower.  Her obsession, perhaps more acceptable by society’s standard than Humbert’s in Lolita, still manages to take hold of their lives . . . confirming again the painstaking and pain-giving selfishness of certain kinds of passion.

P Town gets 5 stars!!

Readers' Favorite gives P Town 5 stars and calls it "an unforgettable read."

"This book grabbed me from the very first page and kept me obsessively reading until the end. Author Howard Reiss has done a beautiful job in creating characters that his readers will connect with, relate to, and care about. If that isn't a hallmark of a great author, I am not sure what is."

-Readers' Favorite

January 2016