Eno wrote her debut novel, "Only the Lonely Can Play," to provide a snapshot of the many forms of loneliness that women encounter in relationships and in the different phases of their lives.
The mother of a successful NFL player and a daughter, Nicole Okung, in graduate school, Eno found herself as an empty nester looking for a way to fill her time when she began writing her feelings about this new phase of her life.
Realizing there were many facets of loneliness, Eno soon found herself penning her first book which depicts four women in different stages of life and the forms of loneliness each experiences.
In the book, Eno gives a close-up look at these characters through the eyes of Jasmine Powells, a wealthy Hollywood movie producer whose life is rocked by the untimely death of her husband.
"I hope by writing this book that I can give a voice to the many women who find themselves dealing with feelings of isolation or loneliness whether they are an empty nester, single, dating or married, and let them know that loneliness is a state of mind, and you are in control of how you feel about yourself or your situation," says Eno.
A "must-read" book, "Only the Lonely" is definitely art imitating life where anyone going through a phase of loneliness will be able to relate.
The book is available on Amazon.com at http://tinyurl.com/
Dorothy Eno is a philanthropist who owns a media and film production company and runs multiple non-profit organizations. Her debut book touches on aspects of her own life after the death of her husband left her to raise her two young children as a single parent and the loneliness she experienced once they embarked on their own lives. For media inquiries or interviews call 713-373-2652.