Writer Separation Anxiety: Guest Post by Eva Lesko Natiello

Are you the kind of reader who gets so attached to the characters in a book that you miss them when it’s over? This is for you!

Continue reading Writer Separation Anxiety here:

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Change It Up Editing

One of my new favorite authors is Eva Lesko Natiello. I had the privilege of editing Eva’s debut novel, The Memory Box, and let me tell you, it’s quite a story! I’m so excited for everyone to read it that I have to share the back cover blurb Eva’s been working on:

Caroline Thompson doesn’t engage in the pettiness that fuels the gossipmonger moms of affluent Farhaven. She pays no mind to their latest pastime: Googling everyone in town to dig up dirt for their lively Bunco babble. When Caroline’s told that her name appears only three times, she’s actually relieved. Then a pang of insecurity prods Caroline to Google her maiden name—a name none of them know. The hits cascade like a tsunami. But there’s a problem. What she reads can’t possibly be true. Every mention is shocking, horrifying even. Worse yet, they contradict everything she remembers.  Divulging this to anyone could be disastrous. Caroline is hurled…

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One thought on “Writer Separation Anxiety: Guest Post by Eva Lesko Natiello

  1. This tale of your separation anxiety reads even better the second time. Seventeen types of Oreos! Time has passed me by. I fondly recall the days there when they appeared in only one size and one kind.

    Great work. Nice to see Candace thought enough of it to re-blog it.

    BB

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