The term “adult” is a nebulous word that most of us aspire to, and yet feel like frauds when we try to claim it. The truth is, even adults don’t have a clue what we are doing most of the time, and that’s okay! With heartfelt honesty and wit, Kathryn Evans shares thirty pieces of wisdom about how to successfully “adult” in the modern world, which she has learned over the three decades that she has lived in it. Chapters include:
It’s Okay to Love Your Body
Romantic Love is Not the Only Type of Love
Eat a Snack
Plus 26 more!
This is a book for the new generation; for the rootless, the overwhelmed, and the bewildered. For all those who were tossed out into the world without any instructions on how to function in it. Read More
Kathryn Evans has been writing since she was fourteen years old and has been telling stories in her head for as long as she can remember. She was raised on J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Lewis Carroll, and Dr. Seuss. As she has grown older, she has also developed an affinity for classics such as Homer, Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Milton.
She has a BA in English/Creative Writing from Warren Wilson College and currently writes regular columns for the Catholic News Herald of Charlotte, NC.
She is a movie junkie, a book nerd, and a coffee addict.
Above all, she is a lover of stories and of storytellers, in whatever form they come.