Not Today, But Someday

Not Today, But Someday

by Lori L. Otto
Not Today, But Someday

Not Today, But Someday

by Lori L. Otto



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This novella is the prequel to the Emi Lost & Found series. After the 3-volume series was published, readers wanted more. This is for the readers – the story of how Nate and Emi met.

In December of 1994, when she was a junior in high school, Emi Hennigan discovered her father's infidelity. Forced to transfer schools mid-year, she wasn't trying to make new friends. In that same month, sophomore Nate Wilson's girlfriend broke up with him. Searching for someone to fill the void left by his first love, he meets Emi in his art class.

Nate knows he wants Emi from the moment he sees her. Emi knows she needs Nate after one night together. A life-long friendship is born, and a pact is made to ensure that nothing will come between them.

Books following this in the Emi Lost & Found series:
Lost and Found (book one)
Time Stands Still (book two)
Never Look Back (book three)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044341142
Publisher: Lori L. Otto
Publication date: 09/02/2012
Series: Emi Lost & Found , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 999,436
File size: 448 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

After an exhilarating, collaborative writing project, Lori L. Otto had an idea for an original novel. The characters and their rich stories would keep her awake at night, and even with barely any sleep, she felt more alert and alive than she had in years. Her days off were spent in cafés, sandwich shops and bookstores, feverishly trying to get all of the details out of her head and onto paper.

In the spring of 2009, after a few months of writing, Lori decided to tweak one chapter from the novel-in-progress and enter it as a short story into the 78th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition. In the fall when the winners were announced, she was happily awarded an Honorable Mention, placing 40th in the Mainstream/Literary Short Story category.

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