The Write Hook
Four months of wallowing in embarrassed depression should be enough. I’m beginning to realize that no one is who they seem to be, and my life story might be spinning out of my control. It’s time to take a shower, put on a bra, and wear something other than sweatpants. Difficult, but doable. With my friends—real and imaginary—by my side, I need to edit my life before the elusive darkness comes for all of us. The plot is no longer fiction. It’s my reality, and I’m writing a happy ever after no matter what. I just have to find the write hook.
The Murder by Month Romcom Mystery Summer Bundle
The day Mira’s father chose alcohol over his family, the pain about crushed her. She fled the tiny town where everyone knew her business and built a new life in the big city, one short on friends but long on emotional safety. When she caught her bass-playing boyfriend tuning another woman’s instrument, though, the life she’d carefully crafted came crashing down. She became that abandoned girl all over again, fleeing to a small town very much like the one she’d escaped.
She Likes Pina Coladas
It started with a simple message from the man known as Pina Coladas: Message me and Escape. After dumping my apartment-stealing boyfriend and rooming with my best friend’s dog, the promise of fruity drinks, dancing in the rain, and maybe even a midnight romp, leaves me singing a familiar tune, excited to travel to the Azores with the stranger who answered my wanted ad.