Meet Denise Wilson, a fairly conventional woman whose successful but uninspiring life is about to be turned upside down. Her partner of fifteen years has decided she’s not the right girl for him. He wants “options.” Simultaneously, the housing bubble bursts and with it goes her six-figure job as an interior designer for a large spec builder.
At age fifty she’s faced with a blank sheet of life in front of her and not a single idea what to do with it. So she buys a ticket to Maui.
“Nothing Matters” is an entertaining spiritual road trip taken with a good friend. It has all the requisite elements of a good story: quirky characters, serendipitous events and an unexpected ending, all told with a deft sense of humor.
“Nothing Matters” is the literary equivalent of “Eat, Love, Pray” running smack-dab into “The Power of Now.” Part travelogue, part transformational journey, “Nothing Matters” puts the “light” back in enlightenment.