It's 2009. Lisa Hansen is impacted by the great recession and can't focus on her writing career. She has to make the tough decision to stay in Los Angeles or return to her former Midwestern home. Not having seen her mother in over a decade, she moves back in with her in a suburban semi-retirement community. Confronted with long forgotten memories, Lisa finds it difficult to adjust to life in Nadir. She works a couple of dead end jobs, and meets Gordon, a sexy British bakery owner. An opportunity to freelance for him and work as a writer/photographer at The Factory ensures a better income. But how long will she be confined in a lifestyle that she has long outgrown? "Notes from Nadir" is an alternatively poignant and amusing story of life's unforeseen journeys, sorrows, and rewards.Where is Nadir?Merriam-Webster defines nadir as "the lowest point." And that is where Nadir is located. It's not a place that is found on any map. No GPS will guide anyone there. Nadir is a state of mind.
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January 04, 2011
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