I had the pleasure to interview Madison Love to talk about her debut novel “All Cracked up“. This is a story about two friends who lacked self-love and had low self-esteem. Her mission is to help women unlock their true self thru self love and remove the labels that society places on women. It is important for women to find their inner peace and self-love. Madison discovered her passion for writing in her adult years.
Take a listen to our interview as she talks about her novel “All Cracked Up“:
All Cracked Up is a story of two best friends (Samantha & Lily) who spent their entire lives battling being overweight. They tried numerous diets; however, they did not have any success at keeping the weight off. One day, Samantha’s crack addicted sister came over for Christmas dinner, and she was noticeably slim. Samantha and Lily made a joke that if crack made her lose weight like that, they should try it. Lily took the joke to heart and convinced Samantha that they should try crack for only two months to lose weight. After much deliberation, they experimented with crack and lost weight. Meanwhile, they endured much more loss, including their jobs, respect for themselves, and so much more… Their journey takes you through the trials and tribulations they face and the horrific things that happen to them along the way. In the end, was the weight loss really worth it?
You Can learn more about Madison Love by visiting her website and social media platform in the below links. She is a native of Washington DC who now resides in Southern Maryland with her family. Madison’s novel is available every where books are sold.
Photo & Book Cover Credits: Courtesy of Madison Love