Are you a city slicker or a country lover? I’m a city slicker all day---a New Yorker. And it’s not that I’m slick. I just like the idea of finding ways to make things happen.
How do you think people perceive writers? As artsy people in white tunic tops and flouncy pants who say profound things all of the time.
What’s your next project? Oh, it’s another novel that will become a part of a series. The Truth About Emily can’t be summed up in one book. Boorring. We’re women; we can be as complicated as we want to be.
What would you love to produce in your life? A feature film based on my books, of course. It’ll be better than the Kim K sex tape.
What’s the reason for your life? Have you figured out your reason for being here yet? That question is way too deep for me. Is your purpose to ask thought-provoking questions that make authors feel uncomfortable?
Do you know your neighbors? Yes. One is an older married couple. You never see one without the other and it’s such a beautiful thing. The other, is a gentleman who I believe is a pothead. I can smell it whenever I walk past his door.
How important are friends in your life? Very. You need someone around to celebrate your highs, and be there for you to get you through your lows.
What does love mean to you? Being open and unconditional.
When you get free time on the internet, or you go to the library - what do you want to read about? Light-hearted things; love, shopping, funny reads.
Do you find the time to read? Yes. During my commute on the way to the 9-5.
"If you LOVE New York, if you’re a name-dropping, fashion fiend careerist; fed up with serial dating, plagued with a thirst for sex, then you’ll totally stalk me for what I've penned.” - Author, Madi Brown
Description29-year-old Emily Greene looks the part, but she’s still working on becoming a modern-day woman. Not that she’s one to back down from a challenge, but living as an eternal work-in-progress wasn't exactly the goal that she had in mind. It’s a harsh but true realization---the idea that that time isn't on her side, and the notion that wanting to have it all, doesn't mean getting it. The verdict is in; with zero prospects for a relationship and a stalled blogging career, Emily has every reason to believe that she’s been living a life too humdrum for her own good.
Making the change won’t be easy. She’ll have to do whatever it takes; start dating like a man, become more selective about which RSVP's she accepts, and work even harder at getting her dream job.The payoff’s huge; a modern twist on a storybook ending, but gains don’t often come without risks. In the here and now Emily just may be forced to choose...It’s got to be one or the other----the profession that she’s always wanted, or the love that she’s never had.
˃˃˃ Praise for Madi Brown & her debut novel, The Truth About Emily"The added depth of character promises complexity but wraps everything in the saucy cloak of Emily's evolving personality and newfound beliefs about life, love, and the real nature of happiness. And this is where The Truth About Emily outshines many competitors, making it a recommended read for those seeking more than a standard romance novel." - D. Donovan, eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Reviews
"This book has just about anything a girl would love to read about. If there's anything Emily Greene has is ISH and lots of it, oh the ending... This book is a total keeper, just anything about fashion to relationships to friends and family." - Y. Sanchez, Goodreads
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Genre – Contemporary Women's Fiction
Rating – PG18
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