by Rachel Schieffelbein
Release Date: 2014
Summary from Goodreads:
In which a teenage girl endures the over-protective love of her adoptive mother until she falls for a boy who has her wanting to spread her wings, pitched as a contemporary retelling of RAPUNZEL
Seventeen-year-old Anya leads a very secluded life in a house on the edge of town with her adopted mother. She doesn't go to school, but instead has a private tutor. Her over-protective mom keeps her so sheltered that she doesn't even have a best friend.
But Anya doesn't seem to mind. She has her books, her photography, and her daydreams, and would do anything to please her mom. Until one day at the library, the only place she's allowed to go, she takes a picture of a beautiful boy.
Before long she's lying to her mom, and sneaking out late at night to meet Zander. But Zander wants more than a secret romance. If Anya wants to be with the boy of her dreams, she will have to risk her relationship with the only other person she's ever cared about.
About the Author
Rachel grew up in a tiny town in Minnesota. She still lives there, with her husband and their four kids. She coaches high school speech and theater, rides Arabian horses, reads as much as she can, and writes stories.
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Thank you so much for letting me take over your blog today! One thing I've been asked a lot is where/when do I write. I have four little kids, so finding the time can be a bit of a challenge!
I do most of my writing at either the dining room table, with my kids in next room (the living room and dining room are open to each other) or sitting in a rocking chair in the living room with my computer on my lap.
I do write during the day sometimes, if my kids are busy eating lunch or watching Wallykazam, then I can get some words in without interruptions. But I get most of my writing done in the evenings after they've gone to bed. Usually with my husband watching hockey in the background. I've gotten pretty good at blocking out background noises! Lol.
Sometimes I think about how nice it would be to have a real writing space. A place just for me. Like one of these:
But really, who knows? Perhaps I pull from the chaos around me more than I know. Perhaps a room all to myself would just end up feeling lonely. Honestly, I think for most writers it doesn't matter where you write. If you want to writer, any old space will do. :)
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