This Time He Wants to Change Your Life With Fiction
Online PR News – 04-October-2016 – New York, NY – He influenced millions of men with The Metrosexual Guide to Style, he outlined the path to Nirvana with The Hedonism Handbook, and he skewered corporate life with Death by Powerpoint. Now, he’s back with a brand new novel and he wants to change your life again, this time with fiction.
Says Flocker, “Like any other work of art, a great novel should affect you viscerally. Just as you might be moved to tears by a beautiful film, or haunted by a melancholy piece of music, a novel should stimulate your thoughts and emotions. It should leave you with a new perspective or an emotional understanding that you didn’t have before. The Sound of Falling Stars is an unconventional love story that continually shifts direction, location, and even time, as layers unfold and the extraordinary connections between the past and the present, and the colorful cast of characters, are revealed. It is a sly and surprising story that illustrates how love can always come back to us, even after decades of silence, and change everything.
About the Book: When Martin Krumm learns that a beloved character from his childhood in Berlin has died, he returns to his mother’s home in England in search of answers. But he gets a lot more than he bargained for when a series of secrets and revelations come tumbling out from the past. Disturbed by what he discovers, he embarks on a strange and twisting journey that takes him from the English countryside to the bright lights of Berlin and the winding canals and cobblestoned streets of Amsterdam. Armed with just a name and an old address, he sets out in search of someone he has never met – someone he must find if he is ever to learn the truth about the secrets that were left behind.
About the Author: Michael Flocker is a New York Times best-selling author whose works of non-fiction have been published in 22 countries. He has written for a variety of international magazines and newspapers, and USA Today once referred to him as “The Oracle of Panache,” adding that his “success bubbles up from his almost Oscar Wilde-like tone.” He has appeared on CNN, BBC, NPR and the TODAY show, and he has done red carpet commentary at the Golden Globes for the E! network. He has also worked as an editorial director, a screenwriter, a photographer, an actor and a television host. This is his first novel.