Title: Two Thousand Lines
Author: Michelle Jester
Publication date: November 21st 2019
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance, Young Adult
Olivia Brooks has been able to keep her life in Sugar Mill, Louisiana held perfectly together, far away from the small town where she grew up. Even though her past still haunts her, she has found a perfect process of surviving, until a string of events brings Luke Plaisance to Sugar Mill and turns her organized life upside down.
While Olivia fights to hold on to the life she’s created, unraveling it may be exactly what it takes for her to truly survive. She must accept her past in order to live, or let it threaten the only future she’s ever wanted. Because some secrets can’t stay buried… and shouldn’t.
An inspiring and heartbreaking tale of abandonment, survival, and purpose. A harrowing journey of self-discovery and perseverance.
1. Do you always know how the story will end when you start?
Definitely! The ending is the most important starting point for me.
2. Where is your ideal place to write? Do you have an office, or do you like to go sit in a coffee shop/library, etc.?
I write in different locations, whatever inspires me; however I do a lot of writing at my desk, outside, and at our breakfast table.
3. What are your favorite romantic movies, books, tv shows? Do you have an all-time favorite romantic couple?
Here’s the short list in no particular order: (some don’t fall into the “romantic” category, but nevertheless are about love)
Two Weeks’ Notice
The Ugly Truth
Heart and Souls
Beyond the Lights
Favorite couple: Beauty and the Beast
4. Some fun questions
Wow, I have a few: Karin Slaughter, Julie James, Harlan Coben, Sarah Maclean, Lisa Jackson, Charles Martin, Mia Sheridan, Francine Rivers, Lisa Kleypas, Julia Quinn, Brenda Jackson, Susan Wiggs, Nancy Bush, and Linda Howard are a few tops.
I’m more of a music kind of person because I don’t have a lot of time to sit and watch, however I am open for suggestions.
Most all kinds, depending on mood!
Crackers, cheese, and chocolate
Social Media Site
All - for different reasons. Facebook and FBMessenger seem to be the most interactive with my readers (especially those in the United Kingdom.)
Instagram is a visual favorite! I love how people pump up their games on photos!
Twitter is a favorite because of the writing community and the interaction I get there professionally!
One of her prize possessions is a bracelet with only a yellow, Rubber Duckie charm on it; which she wears every day to remind her to enjoy the fun and happy things of life!