I've always been intrigued by the power of secrets. When is it justifiable to keep them from the ones we love? And does keeping them irrevocably change who we are?
For true downtime, I enjoy going for light runs, having drinks with friends and going to the movies with my husband.
I don't really know why I went to law school.
'Something Borrowed' was initially titled 'Rolling the Dice,' but my editor said it sounded like a men's gambling memoir.
I try to write about real women, real people - in other words flawed characters.
I try to have something in common with my protagonists, especially when I'm writing in the first person.
Often I feel that projects overwhelm us when we look at how many hours are involved until completion. But just getting started is usually not that difficult.
I think it always feels riskier and scarier to go after something you really love and want because the rejection and failure hurts more.
Everyone wants to belong, or be a part of something bigger than themselves, but it's important to follow your heart and be true to yourself in the process.
Life is about the gray areas. Things are seldom black and white, even when we wish they were and think they should be, and I like exploring this nuanced terrain.
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