Please welcome Kristyn Kusek Lewis, author of Save Me.
Kristyn Kusek Lewis is the author of How Lucky You Are (5 Spot, 2012). She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and has worked in magazines for fifteen years. She has written for The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine,Real Simple, Glamour, Allure, Good Housekeeping, Self, More, Redbook, and more.
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Would You Rather with Kristyn Kusek Lewis
Chips, chocolate or cheese?
Chocolate! I try to eat some every day and rarely fail to accomplish it.
Bridget Jones, Becky Bloomwood or Carrie Bradshaw?
Carrie Bradshaw. I was a single girl working as a freelance writer in NYC during the “Sex & The City” era so I have a special sort of nostalgia about it.
Wine, beer or vodka?
Wine. I like to have a glass while I’m cooking dinner.
Camping or spa vacation?
Water or mountains?
Zombies or vampires?
Dogs or cats?
Dogs. Big, giant fluffy ones.
Coke or Pepsi?
Coke—the original, not diet.
Coffee or tea?
Coffee in the morning, tea at night.
Dine out or take away?
Dine out, though my husband and I have a thai food takeout anniversary tradition.
High heels, sneakers or flip flops?
Heels! I’m 5’ 2” and need all of the help I can get.
Physical Book or ebook?
Both—and audiobooks, too.
Paperback or Hardcover?
All of the above.
Pen or pencil?
Very, very sharp pencils for work, Le Pen brand pens for everything else.
Mad Men, Downton Abbey or Breaking Bad?
Drama or comedy?
Twilight or Hunger Games?
Lipstick, lipgloss or chapstick?
I aspire to be a woman who wears bold lipstick but the truth is that it’s chapstick, specifically Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment.
Facebook or Twitter?
Instagram. I'm at @kristynkuseklewisauthor
Plot your entire novel or fly by the seat of your pants?
As much as I would like to be a plotter, I fly by the seat of my pants.
Daphne Mitchell has always believed in cause and effect, right and wrong, good and bad. The good: her dream job as a doctor; Owen, her childhood sweetheart and now husband; the beautiful farmhouse they're restoring together. In fact, most of her life has been good--until the day Owen comes home early from work to tell her he's fallen head over heels for someone else.
Unable to hate him, but also equally incapable of moving forward, Daphne's life hangs in limbo until the day Owen's new girlfriend sustains near-fatal injuries in a car accident. As Daphne becomes a pillar of support for the devastated Owen, and realizes that reconciliation may lie within her grasp, she has to find out whether forgiveness is possible and decide which path is the right one for her.
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