Hullo luvs

Hullo luvs. The countdown to deadline begins. My 6th book is due on August 26. Wish me luck as I wrap up the last draft of the Book That Ate Five Years of My Life. For those of you who have participated in this project, you have my undying love and gratitude. Now blow kisses to the publisher, which is moments away from agreeing on the Title That Nearly Killed Us Deciding On It, and get ready to order it. <3 to all.

34 thoughts on “Hullo luvs

    1. And I am SO bummed to be missing this term, and your graduation. My hat is off to you, lovely lady!!

  1. Yesssss! More Marya-words!
    Holy crap, I can’t wait to talk to you on Wednesday. Meret from “Life. Unrestricted.”

  2. Marya, I swear, I never found preparing for a conversation so hard. My gut tells me to just jump in and trust that we’ll touch on everything that needs to be touched on. (If you haven’t yet, please add me on Skype, will ya? I’m “meretboxler”). I’ll shut up for now.

  3. Yay! Congrats! I can’t wait to read it. Would love to grab coffee if you happen to be in the DC area soon.

  4. Love, love, love, love, love with a big hashtag in front of the first love – – oh – – and good luck to you, Marya Hornbacher – – can’t wait to read.

  5. Went through hell trying desperately to get help for my mother and her mental illness. Tried for years to find one “professional” who wouldn’t buy what she was saying but would hear the truth her family was trying to tell. At present, she is living in her own hell and won’t let me do anything to help. This, is a MUCH needed book. Interested in your opinions and experiences.

    1. I’m so sorry you’ve struggled with the field–it can be beastly–hopefully we can work on that! <3

  6. I am very ready to work on changing the way many systems fall short in this country. Thanks, Marya. Appreciate you.

  7. I can’t wait to read it! The way you word everything is amazing. You have such a magnificent brain and talent. I’m just in awe since I read Wasted and oh gosh forgive me for forgetting the name rt now but the wonderful book about bipolar. Those two books sum up my life. Thank you for always being so authentic.

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