Tomorrow, Tomorrow

Dear Friends,

As a reminder, the first chapter of The Lettuce Novel will be released tomorrow. New chapters will follow on Saturdays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays unless otherwise noted. All are set to be published at 12:00 A.M. PST.

I can’t wait to hear what you all think, so please feel free to tell me in the comment section tomorrow. And, if you’re so inclined, please follow the blog (bottom of the page), like the Facebook page, follow on Twitter, and on Tumblr. The greater number of readers, the more fun this will be, so share with family, friends, strangers you pass on the street, etc.

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Photo by Darcy Hemley via Cup of Jo

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Photo by Anna Moller

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Photo by François Halard for Vogue

In case you missed it, here again is a summary of the novel:

Emma Johnson returned home from a family vacation fifteen years ago to find that her childhood best friend, Romaine Enson-Morton, and her family had disappeared. Prompted by the recent engagement of a friend and friction in her own relationship, she searches for clues as to why on a weekend trip home, needing to come to terms with the fact that they left her without so much as a “goodbye.” The Enson-Mortons—enigmatic and paradoxical nomads who named their children after varieties of lettuce—had appeared two years earlier as suddenly as they disappeared, welcoming a seven-year-old Emma into their home, where games of hide and seek could go on for days, teatime became the most cherished ritual, and bad manners had no place. In her search, Emma shines light on the murky events of her childhood and realizes that the past is not always as idyllic as remembered.

See you tomorrow!

 

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