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What People Say

"Where Will We Go?" A Sequel

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Early Praise Readers

“Emily’s Where Will We Go? reminds us to be patient and kind to ourselves as we heal from heartbreak through love from family and friends. Heartbreak is merely a chapter in our life’s journey – not the entire story.”


- Elizabeth Lucy Ivanecky, Author of The Child in Us: A Collection of Stories about Happiness

“Emily Craig showcases her characters with bold realism.”


- Kailey Bright, Author of Unfortunate


“Empowered friendship leaps out from the page to wrap you in a warm hug. These characters are too adorable and fun!”


-Kirsten McNeill, Worthy Writers Editing




“Where Will We Go? is a reminder of how some of the most important relationships are with our friends and will leave you wanting to pack your bags and travel the world.”


- Jessika Rucker, Podcast Host of Reading, Writing, and Loving Everyday




"I was so honored to be able to read an unedited advanced version of a selection of Emily's new book. It was so great! I'm so excited to see if Lucy finds romance on her trip to Paris. I can't wait to be able to read the whole novel! Beautifully written."


- Cassidy Fairbanks

"Emily's imagery is great. I feel like she found her voice in Chapter 4. I can't wait to see the rest of where Lucy will go."

- Thomas Rhodes

"I love the continuation of Lucy's story! I enjoyed every aspect of what this book has to offer."

- Ambre Stark

"I can't wait to see where Lucy will go."

- Dustin Hooie

"Emily's book has a great storyline and there's nothing I would change about it. She's got a great layout and it's gonna be another great book!!!"

- Jennifer Partridge

"Where Will We Go? picks back up after Lucy's divorce from David, as she learns to continue her life without him in it. More than ever, she's leaning on her friends as she navigates this new adventure, and traveling to the place she's had her heart set on forever... PARIS! Follow along with Lucy in Where Will We Go?! This book is for everyone, and not for one set person who reads only the same genre of book."

- Brianna Mason

"With a fantastic journey after heartbreak, this story shows the magic of healing, growing, and going. Where Will We Go? is a unique story that shows how life truly goes on and a leap of faith can lead us to extraordinary possibilities."

- Reilly Vore, Author of All My Love, From the Trenches

"My favorite part was the Cimetière du Montparnasse - translation "The Genius (Angel) of Eternal Sleep". My character Michael Sparks finds inspiration from the graveyard to write two new horror poems. When we think of "horror" and "thriller" we automatically think of something that is scary or that jumps out at us to provoke a scream. But sometimes the true thriller is being unhappy, day in and day out, coming home to someone who was thought at the time to be a good boyfriend, girlfriend, partner, whichever is preferable. The horror can also mean admitting that you are unhappy even when anyone and everyone thinks your life is something they want. Craig's sequel admits that in the preface, and as she leans on to her friends, Lucy embarks on an adventure that she and her best friends will never forget, all the while understanding that with the right people, she can be happy again."

- Stone Parker

Amazon Reviews

4.5 | 11 Ratings

Bianca, MRE

Anyone who has experienced heartache can relate to Lucy. Emily did a wonderful job showing that heartbreak is not an end all. I loved reading about how Lucy bounced back from her past relationship and landed her dream job. The power of friendship is super strong in this novel. LOVED IT!

Jessica / Sukriti Yagyaseni Pandey

This is just one of the most touching books I have ever read. It is true that good friends are worth more than any other riches in the world. The story shows how spending more time with her friends, helped Lucy move on with her life as a strong woman, despite the setback heartbreak had put her in.

I had a really healing experience reading this book. Its important to love yourself first, and that's the message in the book.

Tanmay Mehta

A perfect book to make the readers see that a failed relationship is not the end of your life and dreams. There’s always more that you can discover and much more that you can accomplish. Good time that you spent building yourself up can heal you. I loved every bit of the book and I can see many readers finding it relatable and even inspiring.

arjina khanom

I really enjoyed Lucy’s story. It was well organized and I didn’t get lost during reading. Besides that it was full of feelings that connect with the character. The author used easy and simple English that is very easy to understand. Since English is my second language, I need to use dictionary sometimes. However, reading this book I didn’t need to bother myself using dictionary to translate things.

Goodreads Reviews

4.19 | 27 Ratings | 22 Reviews

I enjoyed reading this book a lot because the writing had a very good flow. The characterisation was good and the settings were absolutely brilliant. I loved that the author used the backdrop of Paris in this book because I love that place (actually I may be kind of obsessed with it - just a little bit *wink*) so when I read the blurb I knew it from the start that Iw as gonna love this book and I was not at all disappointed!

When unexpected occurrences occur in our lives, we sometimes lose sight of the fact that life will continue to flow even when objects or people are removed from it. These occurrences separate us from ourselves and cause us to feel lonely on the inside, but as the proverb goes, does life contain something greater for us, which is why we lose what we had? Let's find out by reading EMILY CRAIG's WHERE WILL WE GO: A SEQUEL. The cover page is highly unusual and will surely make the readers curious and is apt to the story. The title of the book is also very interesting.

Emily's sequel is a shining example of creating relatable characters that you'll fall in love with, having impeccable imagery of beloved places (especially in Paris) and bringing a difficult, yet universal topic to light through a lovely narrative. As an avid reader and author myself, I loved and appreciated how Emily poured her heart and soul into crafting this story - her passion and drive for writing stories is powerful!

Where Will We Go is a beautiful book filled with friendship, love, and healing. I cannot recommend it enough!

Many, if not all, readers will find something in this book that resonates with their own life. Heartbreak, loneliness and the unswerving drive for companionship has driven many of us to do crazy things. Through Lucy, readers will discover what is unique and special within themselves and in others.

This book was simply amazing! I loved reading about Lucy finding love with her passion, and while having those closest to her during her healing process. I also loved that she got to see her dream place, the imagery and visuals were so amazing, it felt like you were there❣️

This is a very charming read with a character who needs to find herself, let go and move on with her life after a life changing heartbreak. This book is a sequel, although i hadn't read the first book i don't feel as though i had to, I will have a read of book one soon as i am curious after reading this one. I loved the travel writer aspect although I did find that in my opinion only, there was too much of a locational advertising feel, but the overall story was full of love and light. The characters were cute and bubbly with strong friendships and a taste for spontaneity and adventure. The level of research and knowledge from the author is very apparent and a lot of care has been taken into creating this lovely read with the most beautiful of backdrops.

I have enjoyed following Lucy’s story! Seeing her grow through heartbreak, seeing her follow her dreams after being done horribly, has been beautiful. Lucy is a strong character with wonderful supportive friends to hold her up through everything she has been through. Fantastic read!

Other Reviews


I finished your book this weekend and now all I want to do is go to Paris. I have never been but your descriptions of it are inviting. I enjoyed watching your writing journey, seeing your hard work pay off, and reading this wonderful story.

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