Cameron Miller’s new novel is about millennials, people in their 20s, who frequent a popular urban cafe and discuss their life dreams — and roadblocks to achieving those dreams.
The Episcopal priest’s novel is titled Thoughtwall Cafe: Espresso in the Third Season of Life and was published this month by Unsolicited Press of Portland, Ore.
A reception and book signing will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. July 29 at 78 Castle St.
Miller said his work of fiction is set in an urban cafe in current time and has four main characters.
“It’s heavy on dialogue between these characters as they discuss life goals, how they plan to achieve them and what seems to be standing in the way of making them happen. Things happen beyond their control,’’ Miller said.
Each character sits at the same cafe table.
“They struggle with careers and relationships and dead-end jobs. One has some mental health problems,’’ Miller said.