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About the author:
Originally from Western New York. Studied pre-law and early childhood education before switching gears and entering the military. Served in the Army and attended universities in NY and TN. Currently resides in the South with her two pups and two teenage daughters (and still relatively gray hair free). Now she spends her days and nights on Netflix and Hulu and surfing the internet and doing yoga.
What inspired you to write your book?
Sometimes the relationships we have in high school mold and shape who we are as adults. I just wanted to tell a story about having to confront major things that happened in that time frame.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“I can’t believe it’s reunion time already,” Greta exclaimed.
“I know, right. That flew by,” Dory added.
“Ugh. Ten years. I feel old,” Greta sighed.
“You might be getting old, but I’m refined,” I teased.
“Shut up. We aren’t old, and ten years isn’t even that long.” Nina fussed.
“I had so many things that I wanted to do before our ten-year so that I could come back and rub the ‘Britt-threes’ noses in it.” Shelbi lamented.
“Oh, my lord, the ‘Britt-threes’. I haven’t thought about them in forever.”
It was a reference to the most popular cheerleaders in our school; Brittney Kranz, Brittani Schultz, and Brittany Szabo. Imagine Regina George on steroids times three.
“I looked them up on Insta, Szabo’s page is the only one that’s public,” Dory uttered. “She posted a pic of ‘the three’ at brunch or something recently. All I’m saying is we’ve got nothing to worry about.”
“Do we have to go? Can’t we just continue stalking Facebook?” Greta pouted.