Wow, I can’t believe it’s almost time to release Weddings on Main Street. I remember planning my own wedding and how much joy and ANXIETY was related with the experience. Monday, the 9th, can’t come soon enough, at this point for all of us. We are beyond excited to share.
That’s what we all do, every few months, here at The Authors on Main Street. Creating a story, editing it, and trying to make it as perfect as can be for our guests/readers. We know there are going to be things that happen and it won’t be perfect, but we try.
So, this weekend as we wait for the release, anxious for the party and ceremonial hitting of the word publish, we just worry, lol. Like a bride the day before the wedding going through her check list, making all those last minute calls and sitting up all night smiling, because her wedding day is quite possibly, one of the best of her life.
When I sat down to write Once Upon a Wedding, I knew I didn’t want it to be about a bride and a groom. I wanted to talk about the people at the wedding. The people cheering on the couple, standing up for them, and even the ones who are just there for the free food & cake.
Cassie loves her friends and is proud to attend and be in their weddings. She doesn’t begrudge them a moment of their happiness. She does, however, wish that she had a steady date, other than her best friend,Thad. He is there for the cake and other bridesmaids, so it’s not the most romantic experience.
Then she sees Dan and she gets all sorts of ideas. She just has to catch him at a good time, like when he doesn’t have a date on his arm!
Keep an eye out on Monday here and on all of our social media accounts for the links to buy, preview, and then review our newest set, Weddings on Main Street!
You are cordially invited…