When I was younger, I was 100% certain I wanted to be an author. Over time I slowly let go of that dream to pursue more “lucrative” writing careers, but I still thought about it from time to time. I wasn’t sure what kind of book I wanted write, but I knew I had a lot to say.

A few months ago I decided, hey, what the heck, life’s too short to wait around.

So here is my first book, the ultimate book on studying abroad in London, written by someone who has actually lived it four times over. I was so tired of the outdated “study abroad” guides or boring official guides written by universities, so I decided to write my own! It’s packed full of information, but it’s also written in my own voice so you won’t be bored and feel the need to gouge your own eyes out while reading it (unless you hate my style and then maybe you will).

It’s called An American Girl’s Guide to Studying Abroad in London: Everything You Need to Know to Make the Most of Your Semester, and it’s available by clicking the picture below. 

From what I know, my regular readers and blog friends aren’t my target audience, and so I’m not so much asking you to buy it, but rather asking you to keep it in mind should you ever come across someone who might benefit from it. I would also love to hear from anyone with connections to study abroad offices in the US or any college-aged students who might know some study abroad friends through their university.





Special thanks to Matt and Yuliya for your help on the project and the time and attention you gave it to help me make it the best possible. You have my word that I will always be around to help you out with anything should you ever need it (unless you need help lifting heavy things, in which case I think I have an appointment that day).