I love and hate the question, “What if?”
I love the question when I’m writing, drawing or crafting. So many possibilities. It feels really empowering.
But I’m a worst-case scenario person and when you’re a writer, you can come up with some wild scenarios. Bless my friends who accept this foible of mine! When it comes to looking back on decisions, “What if?” can be pure poison — especially if each possible what-if is more dramatic or dire than the last. Maybe it’s the lack of answers that really stings?
This is why I love second chances. Deciding if a second chance is right for you is agony and complicated. A whole pageant of what-ifs may come to haunt you, but when things work out, it feels like magic. Even if things fall apart, at least you have an answer and that can be super healing.
When I wrote Second Chance Donuts, I was really interested in the question of what success means when you get a second chance at love so I created the character Juniper Jones who ends up confronting her past pain points.
I hope you enjoy Second Chance Donuts, the first book in the Unity Falls series.
The novella is now available at your favorite book seller.