I got some good feedback on my most recent elevator pitch, too. I'm going to post it here. If any of you want to offer feedback, I welcome it, as always. Here goes:
The Other Side of 30 is a story about a woman who, after what was supposed to be this one last fling with an old boyfriend, a few weeks before his wedding to someone else, decides that she wants a second chance at what might have been. Sebrina Cooper finds herself in unfamiliar territory on the other side of right, the other side of betrayal, the other side of friendship, and she also happens to be on the other side of the age of thirty.
With all of these moral and ethical dilemmas embattling her biological clock, she's driven and manipulated most by whichever one is speaking the loudest at any given moment. Sometimes, it doesn't matter that his new wife is a friend of hers, which was a complete accident. It doesn't matter that glass house that she's unwittingly constructed for herself is only one misstep away from shattering into a mess of jagged little pieces. Other times, it does.
No matter what happens with this title, if it takes off or not, people need to know that I'm thankful for their support and encouragement. Without that, I'd surely have given up on this dream of writing something that matters to somebody besides me. I think that gratitude is always a good look. It's important to acknowledge people. Period. So again, you all are super awesome. Thanks, for reading, commenting, and spreading the word!