A Day At The Lake
(Authorhouse; February 2008)
In its heyday, Lake Ronkonkoma was a popular tourist spot with slides and boat
rides. But by the ’90s, most people deemed it a washed-up, litter-ridden mess. Except for Kevin. And
Nora. They saw something more. They saw something special.
One summer morning, the timid teens see their lives collide in fateful fashion
along the shore of Long Island’s largest lake. At first, silence abounds. But within hours, the metaphorical-minded
twosome turns a dreary day into one of great realization. Through the cascading tide, they explore life, love and their
truly meaningless existence.
Bit by bit, the day disappears. And the young couple returns to their
stale suburb. But throughout life’s ebb and flow of moments, they’ll always have that day at the lake.