Chloe Fowler is a fiction writer from Calgary, Alberta. Her debut novel, Chasing Fireflies is available now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Chapters.ca. To find out more about her, you can check out her blog where she discusses books and all things writing. She might even occasionally post on Twitter and Instagram, if she can remember to.
“Some books touch your heart and stick with you for a while, and then there is this book, this is the book that you won’t forget, the one that will break your heart into hundred pieces and you will remember with joy and satisfaction.” – Ellie M.
“The humor is infectious, the tears are unavoidable, and the story is both heartbreaking and hopeful. A powerhouse. And if this is a first from this author, sign me up for all that follow.” – Robin Brock
“This book just gutted me. If there were a 6 star rating, I would give it 6 stars! I could NOT stop reading it, and devoured it in one sitting. I giggled, and I cried. I mean ugly crying… And I closed the book saying “wow”. I have that book hangover that comes from reading a book you just loved.” – Laurie Tell
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