It's What's this time again with ...
What's the title?
What is the genre?
What's the setting?
Surviving Emily takes place in Connecticut (USA). Many of the areas and places described have been taken from my own experiences and places I've been. The story starts with an event that happens in the year 1990, but then jumps forward twelve years and takes place in 2002.
What's the names of the leading characters:
Abigail Hooper and Stephen Sparks
What's 3 things you want to share about each of the characters named?
Abigail is married and newly pregnant. She holds a lot inside and buries her feelings deep. Although she struggles with her career and an unexpected pregnancy, she's most afraid to confront a past which continues to haunt her. Stephen's had a hard life and his grief often prevents him from doing what's right. Despite his
troubles, love and friendship are what holds him
What can you tell us about the story in 3-5 sentences?
Surviving Emily is full of heartbreak and loss but ultimately hope, it is a compelling story that explores the meaning of everlasting friendship and
the healing power of love.
How's it end
? Oops... don't answer that. How's is not a What's question. I guess to learn more about the story and how it ends your readers need to buy the book.
Okay, Ms. Laurie tell us about yourself:
Bio: Surviving Emily is based on author Laurie Bellesheim’s personal experience with Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy; at the age of 18, Bellesheim lost a close friend to this silent killer. Prior to writing this, her first novel,
Bellesheim worked as a social worker with the Department of
Children and Families. A graduate of Southern Connecticut State University with a bachelor’s degree in social work, Bellesheim resides in Connecticut with her husband and
their three children.
So tells us where can we buy your book(s).
Links You can pick up a copy at:
Surviving Emily ...
is now available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble!
I also have a website where more information and an excerpt can be found: http://www.SurvivingEmily.com/
You can also find me on
So good of you to shre all this with us. Thank you, Laurie Bellsheim.