USA Today: Happy Ever After

Today I’m thrilled to share a little piece I wrote for USA Today’s brilliant Happy Ever After blog. Letters to Zell features all sorts of lies — lies of omission, lies outright, lies to lovers, lies to oneself. I wanted to go a little deeper and explain how lying was once a part of my own life, for better or for worse. Being honest with myself was the most worthy change I’ve every made. Thanks for reading.

2 thoughts on “USA Today: Happy Ever After

  1. Letters to Zell was the best book I have read in a long time. The relationships were so well done and believable (and that the characters were all familiar to fantasy buffs), that I am raving about it to anyone who will listen. As an attempted suicide survivor, your insight into the feelings or a person brought to that feeling of futility were spot on. Anxiously awaiting your next novel (pre-ordered). Thanks for the laughter and tears.

    Debbie Price

    • Hi Debbie. I’m beyond humbled the book resonated with you, and grateful to you for sharing your own journey. It was a tough decision to make in the book, but based on my own experiences, I wanted other women to be able to see themselves in some facet — large or small — of these women, especially those of us who are at the end of the road metaphorically and otherwise. All my very best wishes.

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