In the winter of 2002 and again in 2003, I saw today. I saw that Heather would, if she chose, be a published author. In 2004, she really hit her stride and her talent has blossomed. She works very hard to publish good things and make people smile every day. Four years ago in 2005, before I quit the day job, Heather started working on a manuscript outline to shop to publishers. All of that is in the past now and I’m thrilled at the job that Simon Spotlight has done to get this book out there.
Today, I’m bursting with pride and love for her as It Sucked and Then I Cried hits the streets. We’ve been through a lot since the process started, but we’re alive, together and happy (but tired).
Heather, you are the most talented person I’ve ever known. Matched with your astounding work ethic, you deserve every bit of praise and success. I’m flattered that you chose me to make this journey. I’m flattered to know you and I hope that this success continues for all the hard work and personal sacrifices you have endured to make it happen.
Take care of yourself on the road, baby!
To you, dear readers, thank you for your support. I thank you every day and today is no exception. Your support of Heather and our business endeavors over the years has been nothing short of astounding. You helped make this happen.