Can two people from different sides of the world fall in love without ever meeting? Discover this true story.
- Chick Lit, Nonfiction, Romance
- Page Length:
- 250 - 500 Pages
- Book Status:
- Working Draft
She was named after the Goddess Cerridwen, the Goddess of rebirth, transformation, and inspiration. She was all of those things to me. Everything I had ever dreamed of finding in a woman, she was perfect for me in every way. Every way except one. Cerridwen and I met online. I never had much luck with dating sites, but Cerridwen really had everything I was looking for. She was kind, caring, she had her own home and her own business, she was smart, and funny, and she was very sexy. I would've taken her out to dinner the first week we met, but we couldn't decide on a good place to meet between New York and Australia. Yes, that was the one draw back, she lived in Australia. I know a lot of people would be skeptical, believe me I heard it all from my family and friends, but there was just something about her, something I could not let go of. I desperately looked forward to each morning when I could go online and learn more about the woman I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. Can two people meet online, fall in love, and plan the rest of their lives together without ever having met in person? Is it possible? What about all the obstacles there were to overcome? Could it be done? Read on and find out.
Interview with Wayne MurphyRead Interview
Why did you write the book?
Originally I wrote the book solely for Cerridwen, but I believe in the story and it is something I want to share with the world.
What do you plan to do with the funds you raise?
I plan to have the book professionally published. Once it makes the New York Times Best Seller List I will start working on a follow up to this book.
What was your inspiration for the book?
Obviously my inspiration was Cerridwen. I think we all have someone in our lives that inspire us to do great things. She is an inspiration to me in many ways. This is my way of telling her how much she means to me.
Do you have a blog or facebook page?
www.facebook.com/waynelmurphy, my blog is...
waynelmurphy.blogspot.com, and you can follow me on twitter too...