(February 2012) Once upon a time, there was a little girl who wanted nothing more than to be an astronaut. Possibly both; pink spacesuits would look so much better than white ones.
But it turned out those were difficult careers to combine, and eventually the fashion designing fell by the wayside.
She met her husband, a native Bostonian, in the Math Department at Harvard University.
Listen to her interview on Literary New England with Cindy Wolfe Boynton.
Her books have been translated into seventeen languages, and have won the NEC-RWA Reader's Choice Award, the Daphne du Maurier Award, the NJRW Golden Leaf Award, and RWA's RITA Award. Caroline's novella I Love the Earl won RWA's RITA Award for the Best Romance Novella of 2012.
Caroline has been a RITA finalist five times: in 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, and 2016.
The game’s dialogue (written by Callie Beusman) is hyper self-aware and tongue-in-cheek (the trailer boasts 3D graphics and CD quality audio), but still thoughtfully crafted to pull you into its story, aided sufficiently by its phenomenal soundtrack.
Whenever you return to your dorm to rest, you’re treated to the addicting “Prelude Bedroom,” a slow-snapping jam that sounds like Com Truise with the cuteness dialed up 100%.
She is a Midwesterner (and Air Force brat) happily transplanted to the Northeast.
Her writing opens a window into the hunger of those who live just for this world but know—deep down—that there is more.
Perhaps the best context for Ephron’s words of wisdom is another of her coffee cup sayings: “Marriages come and go but divorce is forever.” Funny as she is, there is a sad distrust beneath her words.
Think of it like Tinder meets Craigslist missed connections: You spot somebody out in the wild–or perhaps you didn’t even realize that you were just across the street from the potential love of your life– and if you’re both on Happn, you can tap the heart icon (akin to swiping right) to let them know you fancy them.
Like Tinder and most other popular dating apps, Happn’s functionality relies on your location, but instead of surveying the surrounding neighborhood or city, it zooms in much more closely, to a 275-yard radius.