Release Blitz: Everything We Never Knew

Title: Everything We Never Knew
Author: Elizabeth Wilder
Genre: Women’s Fiction/Small Town/Suspenseful Fiction
Release Date: August 23, 2022





A motherless child. His grieving father. The cemetery where catastrophe comes calling once more…

His mother’s death left ten-year-old Nat with too many questions that have no answers — until he discovers her journal.

With the help of his new friend, Dee, Nat dodges his cemetery caretaker father and dives into the journal only to find himself facing an assault of hard truths about his mother’s mental health that threaten to break him.

When Nat’s world existence shatters into explosive grief, will it bring him and his father together, or will it only cause new wounds that are all the harder to heal — with Dee caught in the crossfire?

Everything We Never Knew is a suspenseful, heartfelt, and lyrically written story about grief, perfectly imperfect friendship and family, and the complications that can rise from a woman secretly struggling with mental illness, alone.

Content warning: eating disorders, miscarriage/babyloss



Elizabeth Wilder writes, paints, and dreams in the Rocky Mountains. She is the author of the mystic poetry collections Night Cycles and Balefire. Her words and art have appeared in various publications, such as xoJane, Somerset Studio, Still Standing Magazine, Wild Goslings, and Disney’s Family Fun.

In addition to her quirky little family and their too-many naughty — and very much adored — dogs and cats, Elizabeth is in love with moon-gazing, dancing wild, and drinking too much coffee.

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