The Last Chapter Michelle Alstead

Emma Barton is drowning. A single mother of a son with a genius-level IQ and Autism, she’s given up on love to focus on the child who needs her. Her writing aspirations—the only dream she hasn’t abandoned—withers as her latest novel bombs, and she’s dropped by her publisher.

Ethan Wise, an A-list actor, wants an Oscar, but he’d settle for being something other than a romantic comedy lead or a beefcake superhero. Discovering Emma’s novel happened by chance, but it could also be his opportunity to finally become a serious actor.

When Ethan seeks Emma out to buy the movie rights to her novel, they fall so passionately in love their lives are turned upside down.

Emma wants to be with Ethan, but there’s her son to consider and the secrets she’s kept to protect him. She’ll do anything to keep her little boy’s world safe and happy.

She’d even give up the love of her life.

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Interview with Author Michelle Alstead

Tell us a little bit about your book.

 This book was inspired by my experiences as a single mother of a son with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The reality of my experience was too difficult to write realistically so I threw in some romance to make the story more intriguing.

Have you published before?

 Yes, this is my 9th novel.

Are you currently working on anything else?

 I just published my 10th novel and I’m quickly trying to finish book #11.

 What is your favorite writing snack?

 I don’t eat while I write.

What gets you in the mood to write?

 Bursts of inspiration. When I’m really into a story and I can feel the characters come alive, I’m motivated to write.

Who is your favorite character and why?

 Drew Mendoza is my favorite character because he’s the one person who always says what everyone else is thinking.

Favorite book of all time?

 Jonathan Livingston Seagull

I think breakfast says a lot about a person, what is your perfect breakfast?

 Egg sausage sandwich with a coffee

Do you have a favorite period of time that you like to write about or would like to live?

 The 90’s would be my favorite time period because for me it was a period of coming of age and innocence.

Please tell us in one sentence why we should read your book!

This story describes what it’s like to have a child with special needs and really seeks to raise awareness and promote compassion.

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