Crooked Lane Debut Author
Thrilled to host fellow Crooked Lane author Eliza Nellums on my blog to talk about her debut novel, All That’s Bright and Gone.
I’m so excited to be launching my next novel with Crooked Lane – have you seen my gorgeous cover? Click the link here to see the cover reveal.
Raised in the Detroit suburbs, Eliza Nellums now lives with her cat in Washington DC.
She is a member of Bethesda Writer’s Center as well as the Metro Wriders, a weekly critique group that meets in Dupont Circle.
All That’s Bright and Gone is her debut novel.
To learn more about Eliza, click on her name or photo or any of the following links: Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook
I know my brother is dead … but sometimes Mama gets confused.
Aoife is determined to uncover a family secret – and bring her mother back from the brink. Between Aoife’s vivid imagination and the shifting motivations of the adults in her life, All That’s Bright and Gone features an unreliable narrator in an unstable world.
To buy the book, click on any of the following links: IndieBound, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon
Describe your publishing journey:
“Then Crooked Lane bought the book in 2018 for a December 2019 release.”
“I had previously written a short story with an even younger first person protagonist (age 4) and I wondered if I could keep it going for a whole novel.”
What inspired you to write this novel?
It became a personal challenge, and the result was my six year old narrator.