...then you're obviously living in a make-believe world where I have more than 300 twitter followers and my books fly off the shelves of every bookstore in town, but let's pretend for a moment that this is really happening. You're playing Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon and you need to find some random connection between myself and the resilient Fran Drescher.
I know, I know, but bear with me. This is going somewhere, I promise.
In October, Fran Drescher and Foxglove Lee (haaa... talking about myself in the third person. George likes spicy food) will share the pages of a new edition of Chicken Soup for the Soul:
I saw Fran Drescher on a talk show a couple years ago (which is weird because I never watch talk shows) and I was astounded by some of the horrific stuff she's lived through. That woman has gone to hell and back, and I can't wait to read the foreword she's written for Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Inner Strength.
As for me, when I first sat down to write something for this collection I really thought I had nothing to share. I couldn't think of an instance where I felt I'd been particularly strong, inside or out. But an event from my life came to mind and I typed it out, not thinking much of it. It wasn't until I read the anecdote that I came to fully appreciate the harrowing nature of my life story.
Sometimes you don't see how serious your situation is/was until you take a step back and examine it as though it were somebody else's experience.
I'll have more to say closer to the book's release date, but I wanted to tell you all how excited I am to have my story included in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Inner Strength.
Who'd have thought I'd end up between the covers with the likes of Fran Drescher?