I feel that films, TV shows, and books generally do a poor job portraying grief.
I also think nonprofit work is not represented well in art (with the exception of HBO's Insecure).
Also, what if you found out your therapist was gossiping about you and your problems?
I'm currently seeking representation for a novel of contemporary fiction. about these themes.
The novel begins with an unnerving mystery and becomes a story about the critical choice between confronting and fleeing familial dysfunction.
Something awful happened to Christine's family last year, but she'd rather not talk about it.
A chronically stressed Seattle millennial must face her painful past and unsatisfying present after her sister dies suddenly and somewhat mysteriously.
Come for the unexpected friendship born out of a shared mission and stay for the story of resilience and healing in the face of immense loss.