A wonderful, beautifully-layered extended metaphor to remind the reader of the dangers of living and loving without enough forethought. Gorgeous, economical writing.
Elizabeth Cameron's "Cracks" is a generous outpouring of fine, delicate writing and closely observed characters. I took all this instruction to heart.
An excellent, seldom-used metaphor that defines this couples' existence. The writing held my interest from beginning to end.
Elizabeth, you have captured the rugged changing Oregon coast and its resident "guests," for none of us are permanent residents really, perfectly. Thank you.
You make me so very proud!
Truly a pleasure to read. Thank you!
Such an amazing story. I didn't want it to end and I actually felt the ending "physically." So powerful.