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Debut Author Virginia Franken Talks about Flawed Characters, Her (New) Addiction to Coffee, What Dance Taught Her about Writing, and More

In her entertaining debut novel, Life After Coffee, Virginia Franken offers us the story of coffee buyer Amy O'Hara, who has devoted so much time to her career that she has become disconnected from her husband and two children. When Amy loses her job, she's really left floundering--especially when her stay-at-home husband decides to turn the kids over to her so he can finally finish that screenplay he has been working on.
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