“My second book published in 2013 tells the story of a young woman who is terminally ill and spends her last months creating an alternative ending to her story. Again, it was another book inspired by my son, Nathan and I can remember reading the proofs and sobbing, so be warned.”
What would you do if you could write the story of your life? After battling a brain tumour twenty-nine year old Emma thinks she is in the clear, but her world comes crashing down around her when she is told her fight was in vain, and there is nothing more the doctors can do. Realising that she won’t now have time to achieve the things she dreamed of, Emma decides to write her perfect life in a story. She imagines all the things she would have done, the places she would have seen, the husband she would have shared her life with and the family they would have raised. And, mysteriously, as she writes her story, she starts to notice that some of her dreams seem to be coming true. Now with a real love in her life, and her fading hope burning brighter, reality and fiction start to become blurred.
As she writes their life-long love story Emma dares to believe that anything is possible, but can she really change her fate?