(That's a Secret.)
I want to complete a trilogy based on family stories and then move on to writing historical fiction.
Sara Tucker has written headlines for the Louisville Courier-Journal, reviewed theater for the Albuquerque Journal, and edited articles about dusting for Martha Stewart Living. Everything she knows about winching she learned from the editor of Four Wheeler Magazine. At Condé Nast Traveler, she once played a singing reindeer in an office skit. At Cosmopolitan, she ran the copy department under Helen Gurley Brown. She now divides her time between Vermont and France.
The prepublication buzz about my "grief memoir" is through the roof. My publisher won't let me divulge the title, because he is afraid aliens will steal it, so for now it is just "Sara Tucker's Hysterically Funny Grief Memoir." The book is almost done except for the recipes. In my spare time, I am running for public office. Donations can be sent to me c/o Ken's Barbershop in Randolph, Vermont. If you send $10, Ken will send you a Tootsie Roll pop in the flavor of your choice (chocolate, cherry, orange, or grape).
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