Today I’m delighted to introduce my cybergirlfriend Megan Crane with her new book, Everyone Else’s Girl.
About the book:
Meredith does things for other people. She irons clothes for her boyfriend, she attends her ex-best friend’s horrendous hen party for her brother (who’s about to marry the girl) and she moves back to her parents’ house to look after her dad when his leg is broken. She’s a good girl and that matters. But when she gets back home, all is not as Meredith remembered. Especially Scott, that geeky teenager from her old class at school. He’s definitely different now. And so, it seems, is she. One by one, her family and old friends start to tell her some home truths and Meredith begins to realise she’s not so perfect after all. Maybe it is time she stopped being everyone else’s girl and started living for herself…
Praise for Everyone Else’s Girl:
“Megan Crane rules! Cancel your evening plans: You won’t want to stop reading until you’ve devoured every delicious word.” —Meg Cabot
“Amusing, heartfelt and emotionally sophisticated chick-lit.” —Kirkus
AND NOW SOME FASCINATING ANSWERS FROM MEGAN:
What got you writing in the genre in which you write?