The official blurb: Kate Moschandreas has a masters in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School and a masters in public policy from Harvard Kennedy school. She has worked as a federal investigator, business consultant and Internet entrepreneur before finally finding her calling as a writer. She lives in Brookline, Massachusetts with her husband, three kids, two cats, and a dog that's not named "Sissy."
The unofficial blurb: It was several years ago on Christmas morning when, out of the blue, the idea for WE COULD FALL came to me. I was in the shower and a funny situation presented itself in my head, complete with dialogue. I'd never written a story before, but I emerged from the shower and still in my towel, tapped out the lines of dialogue on my laptop. Fun! Throughout the day, as I baked pies, washed dishes and stuffed wrapping paper into recycling bags, I kept coming back to those lines of dialogue. What should happen next? That night, I stayed up until 3 a.m. writing more, and in the days that followed more and more until it became clear: I was writing an actual story.
I'm guessing most people who write novels have always thought of themselves as creative. I had not. I'd thought of myself as an analytic person, professionally-minded - a doer, not a dreamer. Yet, here was this story bursting out of me, the experience of writing it so captivating and thrilling.
At its root, WE COULD FALL is a story about being middle aged. It's about the tension - real and heartfelt - that comes when you want to change your usual self and become someone different. In writing Emmy, Jack and Duncan's story, what I learned was that it wasn't too late to discover new passions - in my case, writing - and to enjoy the risk of changing who I thought I was.
Now, I'm almost done with my second novel, and I'm happy to say I look forward to writing stories the rest of my life.
We Could Fall
by Kate Moschandreas
"Finally, a great literary love story!" Emmy is a 42-year old psychotherapist. Married. A mom. WE COULD FALL is the story of one pivotal month in her life. A month in which she learns that her husband doesn’t want the divorce Emmy thought they'd agreed to and that the famous actor who is her therapy client is in love with her....
Categories: All Women's Fiction; Bestsellers; Contemporary Fiction
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