Hello readers! I hope you’re all doing as well as you can during quarantine. I myself have definitely been struggling a bit to stay focused and positive. I will say that Skyping with friends definitely helps. But of course, it’s not at all the same.
One of my friends sent me some cool book selfies with my latest time-travel novel, Forgetting What I Couldn’t Remember. She took the colors featured on the cover and did a beautiful makeup look inspired by them – isn’t that so much fun? It really made my day to see, and she told me that she’s on chapter 18 so far, and it’s “pretty darn cool”. She herself is also a writer, so it made the vote of confidence from her mean so much more to me. I even included her in the dedication for all her support while I wrote this book 🙂
In case you’re curious, here’s the book blurb for my newest novel, and you can keep an eye out for the sequel, coming either late this year or early next!
“Maybe getting older lets you finally see all sides of the dice – not just the ones that are facing up.”
Vera Bartlet is a soon-to-be college graduate with absolutely no idea how messy her life is about to become. It’s not just the job search looming on the horizon or her lack of a boyfriend that’s got her stomach in knots – rather, her dad has been missing for almost a decade, and no one knows what happened to him.
When Uncle Edgar mysteriously arrives back onto the scene, he comes armed with some interesting new ideas about what may have happened to Vera’s dad – and an even more revolutionary idea of how to find him. With nothing short of bending time and space, Edgar sends Vera back in time in the hopes that she might find the clues they need to get her dad home.
As she sifts through the mangled pieces of reality and her altered memories of middle school drama become jumbled in between truth and fantasy, Vera has to choose which elements of her past should stay in the past, and which she might like to incorporate into her future. Time travel is never simple, and there are always side effects – but in this case, it might just hold the key to finding her dad. Will Vera stay sane long enough to find her dad and make peace with the bullies who made her miserable?
If this concept catches your eye, you can grab a copy of my book HERE 😉 I am so excited about this story because it’s easily my most personal yet. I quite literally looked back at my life and pulled elements from it that felt unfinished and unresolved. It was an extremely freeing experience, I can promise you that!
Thank you for all your support, and for being here ❤
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