How I Fell: the book.

Screen Shot 2013-09-22 at 8.23.11 PMWhen I started writing the series, How I fell, I had no idea just how long, and book-like it would become.

Many of you asked me for a book. Well, ask and you shall receive, because How I Fell is now an ebook.

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Of course, I know you’ve already read the series. But the book has a little more than 2,000 words of added juice—a few more poems, an extra story or two, and an update on D. Want to know a little more about Megan?

Read the book!

Now, if you aren’t interested in the book, you would be doing me a huge, huge favor if you’d write a review on Amazon.

My name and my work is not recognizable (here’s to hoping), so potential readers need a taste of what they’ll be buying. Tell them what it’s like!

I want to thank you all again for reading my words. This is the first book from me, but it definitely will NOT be the last!

Purchase How I Fell, or write a review here.

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Posted on September 24, 2013, in The Ingredients and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. That’s wonderful you have an ebook! I came in at the end of your blog entries to this series. I was tempted to start from the beginning and read your blog, but I think I will just buy the ebook! Cant wait to read it 🙂

  2. Thank you, thank you!! The book has added details, so it’s worth the purchase. Let me know what you think—and thanks for stopping by! -Holly

  3. As a favor to a co-worker, I uploaded the e-book for my Kindle – [$2.99 wasn’t going to break the bank]. And why not, I’d heard it was a good story, quick read and had some funny spots. I love to read, so I thought, what the heck… What I want you to know is that I got way more than I expected… I’d love to tell you that I thought I would only be able to relate to your story soley from the “boyfriend/girlfriend” perspective, but that would be a lie. I FELT your story, I LIVED your story, not only from your anguish as a woman in love with an alcoholic but from the perspective of “D’s” daughter as well. My own father could have been the “D” in your story and your incidents, reactions, tears; my own. Although the memories are not as painful as they once were, every new story reminded me of some shadow from my past that reaffirms how greatful I am to be standing in the sunrise now! Thank you for your story!

  4. Wow, thank you so much for telling me this! This is the main reason I wanted to tell my story—because stories like these are always told. I’m so glad you related to my story; not glad it happened to you, but I’m glad you got something out of it. Thanks again—keep on truckin’! -H

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