Better With Company
Published: November 3rd, 2015
Amy and her nana were inseparable. Two peas in a pod, her cliché-loving nana would have said. They did everything together, which was perfect for Amy, since she’s a disaster when it comes to keeping a house. And her nana loved reading and discussing literature, especially Emily Dickinson, so she had a partner in crime while working on her English degree and writing her own stories.
But Nana has passed away, and her only other relatives live a thousand miles away. Though her family has come in for the funeral, her grief needs space. So does her writing. Then her neighbor stops by with a letter from Nana, and it might be the thing that changes her life forever—in the best way possible.
This is a story about finding new beginnings and creating your own endings—no matter what life throws your way.