I recently released my new book, Bedford Falls.
Every time I gave a manuscript of Bedford Falls to a friend or colleague, they’d ask, “Why did you write a novel?” The setting of the story is the world of real estate in Columbus, Ohio – a place I know and love. But still, there are always trade-offs, and writing a novel takes a lot of time, energy, and focus. So, why did I write a novel?
I suppose the answer is, like so many of you in real estate, I like to connect.
Why do you …
- Organize golf outings,
- Establish real estate groups, and
- Launch so many charity events?
Because you are connectors. You bring people together. You gravitate towards being with others.
It’s time to reconnect! This makes for a good excuse to get together.
Over the last couple of years, when it was challenging to maintain relationships, I wrote Bedford Falls, with the idea that it would create a great opportunity to get together with friends and colleagues for breakfast, a cup of coffee, or who knows, maybe even a group-luncheon or two, where all of us can reconnect! I’m open to your suggestions!
That is why I wrote Bedford Falls, a novel.