Among her celebrated works is Ten Tiny Breaths, the story of a capable young woman who, after the death of her parents, seeks a fresh life.
To hear Abbi Glines describe herself, you come away thinking of a Southern girl with British sensibilities. In fact, her novels reflect both sides of that dichotomy.
She writes novels reflecting her Asian background and her experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Not only has she made the bestseller lists of USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times, but she also works to equip the next generation of authors.
In 2012, Rebecca Donovan saw the release of her breakout novel, Reason to Breathe, a success that would breed a trilogy including Barely Breathing and Out of Breath.