Saturday, July 21, 2018

A Q&A WITH LAURA WADE, AUTHOR OF "THE LONELY GIRL DIARIES"

The Lonely Girl Diaries
MarketingNewAuthors.com (MANA) welcomes Laura Wade to the MANA Family of Authors. Ms. Wade is the author of The Lonely Girl Diaries, a non-fiction work detailing her experiences when her husband of over 20 years leaves her for another woman. The book is written as a collection of diary entries. 

MANA: Tell us about The Lonely Girl Diaries. What is the book about?
Laura Wade (LW): The Lonely Girl Diaries is about a woman who finds out her husband is cheating, and she is forced to live on the street. 

MANA: What inspired you to write your book as a diary?
LW: When I started to write, I really thought it would be for a short time, and I wanted to have everything on paper so that I would always remember what happened. 

MANA: What was the hardest part of the book for you to write?
LW: The hardest part was going back through my diaries and getting it on the computer. Those memories are really hard for me to read even after all this time. 

MANA: Does writing energize or exhaust you? And how does it energize or exhaust you? 
LW: Writing energizes me. At first it was out of boredom; then, it was how I cleared my head. I still write, just not as much. The TV gets in the way, so I always write outside. That's why I picked the cover art. It looks just like me. 

MANA: In what way did you grow from your personal experience?
LW: Well, it's been five years, and I'm living life the best I can. My ex-husband told me that I would never make it. I love proving him wrong. I even have a new car. 

MANA: What advice would you give to other women who are facing divorce and feel lonely?
LW: Ok, my advice is don't live on the street. It is very dangerous. If you are in this situation, you should find someone to stay with and never let anyone tell you that you can't do it on your own. It might be hard starting over and saying goodbye, but you can do it. 

MANA: What do you want readers to take away from your book?
LW: Hopefully, people will see that I loved my husband even though he was terrible to me. Getting rid of toxic people is very important if you want to heal and move on. 

MANA: Do you have any plans to write another book?
LW: Yes. The Lonely Girl Diaries is a series. From where the book ends is really just the beginning. Still, she has a lot to overcome. There is so much for her to see and do. She has lot of ups and downs. 

LW: Thank you for this interview and reading my book. 

Click HERE to preview or purchase The Lonely Girl Dairies.












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