A book that details how I became a retailer is due out this month from HarperCollins.
I was not a “new” retailer, though I’ve made plenty of friends who have been.
I am the first in my family to graduate from college, and I am a graduate of a four-year private university.
I have been a mom for the past 15 years, and have been to all three weddings in the last three years.
I’ve worked at two big companies: a restaurant and a jewelry shop.
I love my husband, but he is my life, and that’s what counts most in the end.
What I have to say to the book’s critics is that I love them.
That is, I love their reactions to my books, their reaction to the reviews they read, and the reaction I get from the people who are writing about my books.
When I hear that people have not read my books or have read them at all, I hear, “I can’t stand you.”
The first thing I do is try to put them on a pedestal.
The second is to make them feel bad about themselves.
I try to get them to be positive, to tell me that their reviews are wrong, or at least that they should read more books by me.
The third thing I try is to try to understand why they feel that way.
And then I try and help them understand that they don’t have to buy my books if they don