My new book, The Laundry Room.
Well...false alarm. It's not quite a book yet. It is unpublished and I mocked up that cover just to have a visual, but my manuscript is out in the world looking for a home. It won't take long (she says, confidently) but until you can grab it off a bookstore shelf or online, you may read the first chapter below.
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What More Could You Wish For (St. Martin's Press) is a coming-of-middle-age story. Libby Carson is quickly approaching her 50th birthday, coming to terms with love. There's a steady guy and everyone expects she'll marry him, but then a first love from high school enters the picture and a family tragedy forces her to re-examine her priorities. This is Libby's story as she figures out what she wants for the second chapter of her life.
Author, writer, editor, artist, V.P. of the Chicago Writers Association, Executive Director of
Runner (8-time marathoner), film and theatre buff, traveler...
My stories have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Dieter’s Soul, Hypertext Magazine, The Corner Magazine in London and other print and online publications.