About Nancy E Wood
I was born in Hungary, into a missionary family,and grew up in Europe. My whole childhood I loved reading and stories, writing some of my own, but never believing I actually had the talent to be an author.
My senior year of high school, I was encouraged to write short stories, one of which turned into "Perfect," a novel that couldn't stay short. After sharing it with a few people, I decided to get it published a couple years later. The accomplished feeling was worth all the trouble. The more people read it, the more times I heard that they could relate to it, that it spoke to them.
So here I am, spreading my message to others, not just through books, but through my blog, videos, through speaking in classes and youth groups.
Does the truth really set you free? Paige Hall doubts it, after her boyfriend Justin tells her he’s over it, leaving her with a broken heart and crushed dreams. When Justin disappears, she can’t help but try to find out what happened to him. But when the more she searches, the more problems arise, she can’t help but wonder if it would be better to just accept the lie…
Perfect- isn’t that something everyone wants to be? Gina has done everything she could to please her parents, gain her friends’ approval, and get that one guy’s attention, but it never seems to be enough. There’s no pleasing everybody. She’s struggling just to get through the year when a mysterious guy abruptly decides to become part of her life and disrupts everything she’s ever believed in. Could he actually be right? Is perfection really unattainable? Or by listening to him will everything she’s worked for fall apart?