In the Now by Melissa St. Hilaire

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In the Now is a brutally honest memoir about a move across America that sparks up pop culture nostalgia, philosophical debate, and embarrassing but funny memories as told from the perspective of a 24 year old recent college grad finding her way in the world. We follow her life in an unconventional semi-chronological format as she travels cross country as a young adult and reminisces on her youth in rural Massachusetts, going to college in Boston, falling in love in New York City, and chasing her dreams in Hollywood. She shares extremely personal, often funny—sometimes embarrassing—anecdotes, as well as reflections—sometimes graphic—on anything from Jack Kerouac, Star Wars, and U2’s Bono to sex, drugs, and the meaning of life. "Parental Discretion Advised"
 

About Melissa St. Hilaire

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Melissa St. Hilaire was born and raised in rural Massachusetts. She studied film at Boston College, fell in love in New York City, and moved to Los Angeles to chase her dreams. She wrote film and music reviews for The Heights Inc. Her poetry has appeared in the periodicals Shards, The Outer Fringe, and The Laughing Medusa. She co-authored several scripts for Tone-East Productions. Her current projects include a screen adaptation of bestselling memoir The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Amy Wallace, as well as a follow-up to In the Now called, Medicated. She moonlights as a website and graphic designer. Amy Wallace is the author of the Place of Refuge series and the Defenders of Hope series. She is a homeschool mom, speaker, and self-confessed chocoholic. Amy is also a graduate of the Gwinnett County Citizens Police Academy and a contributing author of several books, including A Novel Idea: Best Advice on Writing Inspirational Fiction and God Answers Moms? Prayers. She lives in Georgia.
 
Published May 15, 2012 by Melissa St. Hilaire. 134 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help. Non-fiction

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