Their last year in their Master’s program at NYU is proving to be a trying one, all while Olivia is balancing planning a wedding and managing the unwanted input of her her estranged mother who seems to want Alex out of the picture all together.
Amalia finds herself feeling more lost than ever as graduation approaches and her classmates begin making plans for next year. Something in her life just doesn’t feel right, and she can’t seem to let herself commit to anything when it comes to her future. Still torn between Michael and Hayden she ultimately makes a final decision that will either box her in, leaving her always wanting more out of life, or finally breaking free to find the happiness and stability she’s always needed.
This is the final book in my “What Happen’s To Men..?” series. It takes place during the gang’s last year of graduate school at NYU, and focuses on Amalia desperately trying to figure out her future, while Olivia tackles wedding planning with the pressures of applying for doctoral programs at the same time.
How long did you write this book?
Are you working on other book/s right now?
I am hoping to turn a short story of mine into a full length novel, actually. If so, the book will have a complete change of scenery and take place in a beach town, instead of a city.
Do you ever get writer’s Block?
Of course, and it’s awful! There are some things I can do to help it but ultimately it just has to run its course, like a cold.
Do you think that the cover plays an important part in the buying process?
Absolutely. People unfortunately still judge a book by it’s cover!
What do you do to get book reviews?
I put on my best smile and ask politely! Honestly, Twitter is the best platform to get in touch with reviewers are other writers.
In what formats is your book available?
The E-book is available now for pre-order and the paperback version will follow shortly after that.
What is your favorite motivational phrase?
“There’s only us, there’s only here. Give in to love, or live in fear.”- Jonathan Larson, RENT
Any message to your readers?
Thank you so much to my readers! You have been the best supporters and I always love hearing from you- you make this all possible.