Lucy Swisher’s life has always been decided for her and her inner anxiety-ridden perfectionist is just fine with it. When her first adult decision leads to a job from hell, she prays for divine intervention to release her from her misery.
Saved by an offer to work at Stella’s Diner, Lucy feels like she’s stepped into Heaven. Her anxiety quickly fades, and her confidence blossoms under Stella’s compassionate guidance.
Everything is going well until Lucy pursues a new opportunity outside the diner and she realizes one choice will change her life forever.
Growing up, Elizabeth’s favorite pastime was reading. She could never walk through a bookstore without picking up a new book. After reading each book, she simply added it to her bookshelf and moved on to the next. With the advent of social media, she was able to reach out to an author and tell her how much she enjoyed her book. This simple interaction developed a friendship that changed her life.
She was brought into the world of writing and editing and knew she had found her happy place. After years of helping new authors achieve their publishing dreams, she knew it was time to take the leap and follow her own dreams.
Finding light in the darkness is a concept she likes to play with in her writing. Her debut novel imagines what it would be like if you had a chance to be with the loved ones you miss the most.
Elizabeth loves coffee, sarcasm and making people laugh. She is happily married and enjoys traveling with her family. She lives in Maryland with her husband, two children, and two dogs.
Do you ever wish you could find comfort in the arms of a stranger? That they would feel just like family?
That's what Stella feels like to Lucy, but it's almost too good to be true. So, why exactly is Stella's diner so different?
Maybe it's Stella's pure heart that gives her the ability to offer solace to those in need of help OR maybe it's something more.
Check out Stella's Diner this weekend to find out what makes Stella's so special.
A story of faith, family, friendship and love.
“Lucy, when you work with Stella, you don’t worry about a thing. I asked for your help, so I know what I can offer. Now it might not be how normal diners run but you’ll soon learn we aren’t a normal diner. Can I answer any other questions?”