Wendy Paine Miller stops by this week to talk about her writing process, the importance of book clubs and much more.
Wendy is a native New Englander who feels most alive when she’s laughing, reading, writing or taking risks. She’s authored eleven novels and is currently writing what she hopes will be your future book club pick. Her work has been published in numerous anthologies and online sites. Wendy lives with her husband and their three girls in a home bursting with imagination and hilarity.
Seventeen-year-old Ellory James has six months to live. To appease her mother, Ellory reluctantly agrees to create a bucket list. She recruits her neighbor, Pete, to help her make it appear as though she’s carrying out ten life-dreams. Ellory is a bucket list faker—until she surprises herself by completing one item on her list and perhaps it’s the most important one of all.
What if life, however long we have left, isn’t so much about the things we do as why we do them–and who we do them with?