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Invisible as Air

October 2, 2019

• Paperback: 416 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (September 24, 2019)

Being a woman is hard. Heck, being ahuman is hard. But Sylvia Snow is trying so very hard to do the right thing at every turn. Keeping a household running, kids fed and happy, the PTA fed and happy, and a husband healing and happy is harder work than it seems.

That balancing act becomes so much harder when she finds herself hopelessly addicted to the pain pills meant for her husband’s recovering injury.

At first, it’s just something to take the edge off. Bar Mitzvah planning, wifely duties, and a simmering grief that has been left unattended, swirl into a perfect storm that lands Sophie in a place she never imagined she’d be.

As her perfect life spirals out of control, Sophie watches things inexplicably crumble around her.

There is a phrase in my favorite circles: We are all one injury away from addiction.

This is my life, my work, and my social time. I have counseled Sophie, I have known Sophie, I have loved Sophie, and I have been Sophie.

Addiction is heartbreaking and it takes no prisoners. It is painful to watch and painful to live. I am so grateful that we are starting to address not just chemical addiction but the psychology behind addiction in media including fiction.

I am so grateful that I was able to be on this tour and I highly recommend the book. Thank you to TLC for adding me as a stop!

Photo by Karen Shacham

About Zoe Fishman

Zoe Fishman is the bestselling author of Inheriting EdithDriving LessonsSaving Ruth and Balancing Acts. She’s the recipient of myriad awards, including a NY Post Pick.

She’s been profiled in Publisher’s Weekly and The Huffington Post among others. Her writing has been published in The Atlanta Journal Constitution as part of their moving “Personal Journey” series.

Zoe worked in the New York publishing industry for thirteen years. She was recently the Visiting Writer at SCAD Atlanta and currently teaches at Emory Continuing Education and The Decatur Writers Studio, at which she is also the Executive Director. She lives in Decatur with her family.

Find out more about Zoe at her website, follow her on Twitter, and connect with her on Facebook.

And as always, check out the other TLC Book Tour stops!

Instagram Features

Tuesday, September 24th: Instagram: @book.hang.o.ver

Wednesday, September 25th: Instagram: @jennsbookvibes

Thursday, September 26th: Instagram: @simplykelina

Friday, September 27th: Instagram: @tarheelreader

Saturday, September 28th: Instagram: @nerdybooknurse

Sunday, September 29th: Instagram: @beritaudiokilledthebookmark

Monday, September 30th: Instagram: @thebookclubmom

Tuesday, October 1st: Instagram: @rendezvous_with_reading

Review Stops

Tuesday, September 24th: A Bookish Way of Life

Wednesday, September 25th: Comfy Reading

Friday, September 27th: Instagram: @barkingaboutbooks

Sunday, September 29th: The Reading Corner For All

Monday, September 30th: Instagram: @readingmama_reviews

Tuesday, October 1st: Literary Quicksand

Wednesday, October 2nd: Iwriteinbooks’s blog

Wednesday, October 2nd: Girl Who Reads

Friday, October 4th: Thoughts On This ‘n That

Monday, October 7th: Instagram: @kraysbookclub

Tuesday, October 8th: Jathan & Heather

Wednesday, October 9th: Instagram: @beccasbookishlife

Thursday, October 10th: Stranded in Chaos

Friday, October 11th: she treads softly

Monday, October 14th: From the TBR Pile

Tuesday, October 15th: Instagram: @books_with_bethany

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