Book

So I wrote a book.

Very smart people have edited it, printed it out, binded it up, and offered it to the general public in places like Barnes & Noble and on Amazon or at Blue Willow, my favorite independent bookstore in Houston. I’m overwhelmed, excited, and a touch pukey, but it’s okay. I’ll be fine.

If I had a dollar for every person who suggested that I write a book, I could buy a nice pair of jeans at Nordstrom’s and have enough money left to treat myself to a double doozy at the Cookie Company. Truthfully, it never occurred to me to write an actual book until readers of this website planted the seed. Then it was all I could think about.

So I did it. I wrote a book. If you’re wondering why posts have been sporadic for the past several months, now you know why. I’ve been holed up in my bedroom, the library, and Target tapping away on my keyboard, pouring my heart out onto the pages.

That’s right. I wrote part of my book at Target. It’s not weird. My love for the red bullseye runs deep. Plus, I’m not trendy or cool enough to work at Starbucks.

So what’s this book about? Allow me to elaborate by interviewing myself.

Q: You wrote a book. That’s awesome Lincee! What’s the title?
A: Why I Hate Green Beans

Q: What’s it about?
A: Insecurity, but I feel like I need to disclaim that it’s funny and entertaining.

Q: Do you talk about The Bachelor?
A: The book is about insecurities. Of course I talk about The Bachelor.

Q: How long did it take you to write it?
A: Three months.

Q: When does it come out?
A: It’s out now!

 

Q: Will your email subscribers get other fun stuff related to your book?
A: Yes.

Q: That is so cool! How do I sign up to get your emails?
A:  It’s so easy. Click HERE.

Q:  Can I see the book cover?
A:  Of course!

Why I Hate Green Beans

Q: Wow. That is legitimate. How did you get Melanie Shankle to endorse your book?
A:  I bribed her with Anthropologie gift cards.

Q: Can I order a copy now?
A: Click one of these links! Blue WillowBarnes & Noble or Amazon

Q: Is there anything else you want to say to the people reading I Hate Green Beans?
A: My goal was to write a relatable book. I think I accomplished my goal. I hope you will laugh, blush, nod your head in agreement, and feel a sense that you are not the only weirdo in this world. You are my people. Come sit by me. I’ll help you tuck your crazy back in.