Listen, I should probably wait for some highly optimized time to post this and re-edit my blurb and be all fancy but YOU GUYS I WANT TO SHARE I’M SO EXCITED I NEED TO SHOW YOUUUUUUUUUUUU. My dear friend Allie did this for me. Round of applause for Allie!
I have a book cover! And a synopsis! And a book cover! Did I mention A BOOK COVER?
Delaney Curtis just broke up with her boyfriend and moved halfway across the country to start her life over, a life that does not include men, especially not her perpetually grouchy neighbor, Oliver. He calls her ugly, hates her clothes, and has a trail of women leaving his apartment.
Oliver Webber can’t seem to stop insulting his new next door neighbor, the unnervingly sweet Delaney. He plans to stay far away from her and everyone else and lick his wounds after unrequited love. Except he keeps running into Delaney, and she’s so fun, and kind, and pretty. Before long, he’s making up excuses to spend time with her.
Soon they’re in the middle of a blossoming friendship. But when exes come back to find Delaney and Oliver, they both need to figure out if love is a losing proposition, or worth the gamble.
Listen, there are probably going to be a few minor changes and such but she’s so pretty, isn’t she? I set her as my wallpaper on my phone and I can’t stop looking at her. She’s like my new little tiny baby.
And do you know what all new little tiny babies want and need? Goodreads profiles. (Duh.) Listen, I need your help, people. Can you add this to your “to-read” shelf if you’re a Goodreads user? Can you share my cover? Or my synopsis? Or this post? Or ANYTHING? I would be ever so grateful, willing to bake you a pie whenever you wanted, as long as it doesn’t have coconut in it (coconut is my arch nemesis).
I will probably ask you seventeen other favors in this process, and mess up, and not know what I’m doing, and whatever else, but I just am SO FRAKKING HAPPY at this very second. And I know I’m not in this alone. I thought when I started down this road that it would be difficult and lonely. It’s difficult, but GOODNESS, the community and the friendship and the helpfulness and, well, the love, I just didn’t plan on it. I really didn’t. Thank you. You have changed my life. Thank you again and again. You are my team, my people, my friends. Thank you.