Relatable, Restorative Tales of Contemporary Southern Women
Funny how we think we know a person whether we’ve met them or not because we’ve looked them up, read their profiles, maybe found that tweet.
Now remember the time or two you’ve been shocked to discover that you completely misread someone. Swiped-wrong, dodged, or blew off a person it later turned out you would truly like to know better?
Our mistakes accelerate understanding. Embracing new people and experiences may enrich our own stories, as some of the characters in this book discover when paddleboarding on the lake, baring soul-crushing secrets around a bonfire, or stumbling into the honeymoon suite with Mr. RightNow.
We can always choose to savor life rather than view it online, knowing the only likes that matter are our own.
For now, enjoy lively adventures and a leisurely visit to the shores of Lake Chatuge in the pages of Always, Always Choose Again.
When it comes to fiction, I'm a finicky consumer.
Not as fussy about the haute of the cuisine as the pleasure factor. Give me blue skies, fragile hopes, and deep problems worth solving, all seasoned with layered characters, beautiful settings, and more mischief and laughs than tears, please. Hope that’s what you discover in Always, Always Choose Again.
Back to work now on the concluding story of all those neighbors on Lake Chatuge.