I had the opportunity to sit down with a reporter from the Laconia Citizen recently. We sat outside the Gilmanton Year Round Library and talked about both Driving Backwards and the town.
You can read his profile of Driving Backwards HERE
Camerato writes: ”Lander’s first nonfiction memoir “Driving Backwards” sheds light on those places and people you’ve always wanted to meet but maybe are too shy or busy to actually do so. It tells the stories of the farmers and everyday people that make Gilmanton so unique and so like every other small town.”