Before and After You and Me

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Owl Hollow Press, LLC
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.75 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author
Dallas Woodburn's debut novel The Best Week That Never Happened was the Grand Prize Winner of the Dante Rossetti Book Award for Young Adult Fiction. She is also the author of the YA novel Thanks, Carissa, For Ruining My Life and the short story collections Woman, Running Late, in a Dress and How to Make Paper When the World is Ending.A former John Steinbeck Fellow in Creative Writing, her writing has been honored with the Cypress & Pine Short Fiction Award, the international Glass Woman Prize, and four Pushcart Prize nominations.When she's not writing, Dallas hosts the Thriving Authors Podcast, teaches writing classes for teens and adults, and unapologetically bakes pumpkin-spice everything all year round. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and daughters.

"Before and After You and Me is a gorgeously crafted story of first loves and first losses, and how we grow from our grief, through vulnerability, time, and creative expression." -Tara K. Ross, Fade to White

"Before & After You & Me is a masterclass on alternating timelines. The story is woven together so intricately, the characters painted with such a deft hand, that it's like watching the author piece together a puzzle of a beautiful and unexpected work of art, one unique piece at a time." -Jen Marie Hawkins, The Language of Cherries

"An inspiring and heartwarming exploration of self-discovery and forgiveness, Dallas Woodburn reminds us of the transformative power of embracing our past and giving ourselves the space to heal and grow." -Genalea Barker, Life After

"...gut-wrenching, raw and real. If it's possible for a book to break your heart and mend it at the same time,

Dallas Woodburn's story does just that." -Rebecca Bischoff, Hole in the Rock