Ever wondered about the coverart for First, I Love You?


It’s what you would see standing underneath the “Bean” at Chicago’s Millenium Park. I took this picture while on a trip with my dad and his friend “Uncle Jack”. I picked it because, of course, most of the book is set in Chicago and also I felt like it symbolized the theme of the book; that everyone could be looking at the same thing and see things from their own warped perspective. Six very different characters and points of view of the same story.

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The second book, as you may have discovered, is less of a character sketch than the first, and more what happens when everyone’s lives get entangled and their points of view start shifting ever so slightly.

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