VMG Literary is proud to be the first to announce the cover reveal for client and friend, author Traci Propst. This dynamic millennial has written THE book on her generation and you shouldn’t miss out. Release date is set for the end of year, but we will keep you posted as the date becomes firm. Now, check out a little about Miss Propst in our interview and book synopsis.
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When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
I never really saw the transition into becoming a “writer” Ive just always enjoyed writing.
Tell me about your writing and what you personally love to read. Talk to me about what kind of books you want to write in the future.
My writing is from the heart. It has my voice attached to it. It is an easy and comforting read that make the reader “feel good”. It is comparable to a self-help book, which are my personal favorites. In my opinion, the best books are the ones that share different opinions and stories/life lessons of their own, which I can dissect and decide what I personally want to take from it.
We love to brag so give us a little taste of the awards, accolades and author to author reviews have you received thus far.
Front page on SMDP
What drew you to write a non fiction book revolving around the sometimes polarizing Millennial generation?
I thought I was addressing topics that were popular and also needed to be addressed. I didn’t see a lot of direct material out there.
Were books a big part of your life growing up? If so, what books would you say influenced you most as a child?
I enjoyed reading, but writing was my passion. My favorite fiction book growing up was Time for Andrew. I have always fanticized about living in a previous generation and he was able to do that and I did it vicariously through him, with him.
What are two things people might be surprised to know about you?
I went to a boot camp in Austria when I was 13. I used to wish I could be Amish.
When you’re not writing, what do you enjoy doing?
When Im not writing or working I enjoy lounging around, working out or catching up with friends. Being social is extremely important to me, but I also enjoy some alone time.
Don’t forget to check out Unapologetic, due out winter 2017!
Never before has a generation been so misunderstood.
In today’s insanely fast-paced world, keeping up just isn’t enough and Millennials are redefining their daily lives in ways never before imagined. With the new wave of tech and societal advancements, it seems we have no choice but to embrace the change or fall behind the wave of the future.
In Unapologetic, author Traci Propst, connects various generations by incorporating personal experiences, observations, and research to justify the complexity and simplicity behind these intriguing young individuals. She delves into the lifestyle intricacies Millennials have experienced and the progression they continue to strive for during their ever-changing journey.
Love them or hate them, there is no denying they’re making their mark and they are completely unapologetic.