Facebook reminds me that today this page turns two!
And what a journey it has been, these last two years.
When this page was born, I had a half-finished #manuscript sitting on my laptop, which I didn't know would eventually become a book.
A book that drew its power from the words of #encouragement I received on what I wrote on this page.
A book, that I had no idea, would be #loved as much as it has been.
A book that would help me #connect with #readers who have now become #friends ... hopefully, life-long friends.
A book that would get me an #award which I had not even dreamt of.
A book that is a now synonymous to my very being.
A book that, I certainly wish, is the first of the many to come; hopefully, much better ones.
A book that somehow, more by default than by design, owes a lot to this page.
Megan Browns brother, Tyler is dead but the cops keep killing him over again.
I'm so bad at explaining the way a book makes me feel but The Hidden Memory of Objects was an amazing read. It made me happy sad and mad all rolled into one. This was about a go getter teenage girl that would do anything to find out what really happened to her brother. I recommend picking it up