Here is a bit of what he had to say:
The book is funny and sad, desperate and uplifting. It is tough and irreverent and full of life, hope, and love. It is a story of growth that is intertwined without being intertwined, if that makes any sense.
The best writing shows us many things: things that could be, or that should be, or that are, but are hidden. “Harvey & Eck” shows us all of these.For another review and full ordering details, click here.
Dean has much going for him. There is his writing; and then there is his extraordinarily foxy wife.
Oh. Why the moon? There's lots of moon in the book. Plus, the moon's cool.