I know it’s insane and even though I’m thankful for my parents, I’ve still fantasized. I still wished for that tiara.
Funny enough, that’s what happened to the heroine in my current book, A HOME FOR NOBODY’S PRINCESS. What I love about Coco Jordan is her ordinary background and her insistence that she is no princess. Coco has lost both her mother and father and would love to belong. I think that’s a universal longing. That desire to belong.
Have you ever been on the outside looking in? Have you ever wanted to belong, but you were excluded? The reason I can write this issue with such authenticity is because I have had these feelings. I’m grateful, however, to those who have embraced me and loved me. I actually dedicated this book to a group of women who have been so welcoming to me.
My question to you is: WHO INCLUDED YOU AT A TIME WHEN YOU MOST NEEDED IT? I will draw and give a $10.00 Amazon Gift certificate!
If you get a chance to check out A HOME FOR NOBODY’S PRINCESS, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org