Two years of marriage ruined by one drunken mistake.
Lucy’s story is not yet over. In the sequel Where Will We Go?, Lucy Berry is faced with new challenges that will both excite and challenge her. Newly divorced from her high school sweetheart David, she is plunged into a new world where David is now engaged to his mistress while she has to navigate a life after love and heartbreak.
Just when Lucy is feeling unworthy of happiness, a silver lining presents itself. She lands her dream job as a travel writer. Follow aspiring author Lucy as she embarks on a journey of self-discovery with her best friends by her side. Witness as she blissfully immerses herself in French culture while hitting all of Paris’ hot spots for her new job. Laugh along while she helps throw an epic murder mystery birthday bash. Most of all, join Lucy as she transforms her self-doubt to self-love, ending a tragic year with the surprise of her life.
Will Lucy finally leave David in the past or will he continue to haunt her dreams?
Story of My Book
Where Will We Go? is a self-discovery story about a woman’s journey after a devastating divorce. She struggles with self-doubt, heartache, and nightmares that ultimately make her stronger through her road to pure happiness.
My name is Emily Craig, and I am the author of Where Will We Go? I wrote this book because I wanted to continue my writing journey with a sequel to my debut book, Will You Love Me Again?. I have loved writing since I was 10, and now I am on the steps of publishing my second book. Writing has been my escape from the world for over 15 years, and in recent months, I don’t know what I would have done without it.
In reading this book, my hope is that you discover that happiness comes from within yourself. No one else can create your happiness but you, and no one else can destroy it but you. I want this book to be a vessel of hope for you just like it has been for me. Lucy Berry is my saving grace, I hope she can be yours, as well.
Ultimately, I hope that Where Will We Go? inspires reflection on how everyone handles heartbreak and that we start to see that heartbreak can be our beginning rather than our final chapter.
About the Author
Emily Nicole Craig is an author, poet, and blogger. With a Bachelor of Science in English from the University of North Alabama, she always knew writing was her future. Her background in writing covers many genres, ranging from Southern Gothic to Young and New Adult. With five pieces of published poetry under her belt and after the success of her debut book, Will You Love Me Again?, she wanted to fuel her passion for writing with a sequel, thus Where Will We Go? was born. She lives in Athens, Alabama with the love of her life Dustin and their dog Buttercup.
In The News
"She hopes that when readers pick up "Where Will We Go?" they learn happiness comes from within and that the book can be as much a vessel of hope for them as writing it has been for her."
The Story Behind My Book; Where Will We Go?
December 17, 2021
Written by Emily Craig
Where Will We Go? almost never existed. In 2019, when I finished writing Will You Love Me Again? I tried several times to continue the story but I hit several roadblocks. I couldn’t get a grasp on the next storyline. Fast Forward to 2020, I couldn’t stop writing what would later become the second book in the Will You Love Me Again Series.
His eyes get big, “Yes, Lucy, tell us what you’ve learned since getting to Paris.”
The first line of today's writing session. We are back at the Eiffel Tower, but Aaron is joining the gang via Facetime. What can Lucy tell him about the beautiful France landmark?
Nothing like a walk in the cemetery on a Sunday morning for my characters.
They have just finished their walkthrough of the Cimetière du Père Lachaise Cemetery and are about to venture into Montparnasse Cemetery
Join if you dare?
The collection holds some of the most famous artworks in the artistic community including one of Leonardo da Vinci's most talked about paintings. The Mona Lisa is heavily guarded and protected, but still just as enchanting as ever.
- The Louvre. 🖌️
A nice chill day in the park, what could be better?
- Parc Monceau in Paris, France.