1. What books did you love growing up?
I loved From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg. I thought it would be amazing to get locked up in a museum overnight. I also loved Shel Silverstein, Judy Blume and Beverly Cleary.
2. Who is your favorite author?
I love David Sedaris. He continually amazes me. I also love Junot Diaz, Anne Lamott, Michael Chabon and Graham Greene.
3. What book should everybody read at least once?
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon. It is just so good. One of my all-time favorite books.
4. Have you always enjoyed writing?
I have always enjoyed writing. When I was a kid, I would create newspapers for fun. Any opportunity to write at school – contests or whatever – I did them all. I think it is pretty accurate to say I have been writing stories since I've been able to put letters into words.
5. If you could leave your readers with one bit of wisdom, what would you want it to be?
Don't fight your instincts.
6. What are your current writing projects now?
I am working on my second book and my first novel. It will tell the story of a young woman navigating life and love through food culture. I want to write smart, funny and sexy stories for women like myself and my friends.
7. Can we expect any more books from you in the future?
Absolutely! I'm hoping my second book and my first novel will be ready to publish by the end of the summer. t will tell the story of a young woman navigating life and love through food culture. I want to write smart, funny and sexy stories for women like myself and my friends.
Emily Brown was a single woman in her mid-30s living in the Midwest when a Dark Prince found her online dating profile. Fearing it was now or never, she relented to his persistent persuasion and immediately began ignoring the instinctual pulls telling her something wasn't right. Their tawdry relationship centered around guilt, shame and withholding served up by the Dark Prince until Emily put her foot down. Well, actually, she put her foot in his backpack. And that showed her all she needed to know.
Emily shares the painful discovery of how the man she loved was sharing his life with other women, how she went on to befriend her "Sisterwife," and how she found herself again. “Stories from the Sisterwives” is the remarkable true story of heartbreak, friendship, love and triumph over the darkness.
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Genre - Memoir
Rating – R
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