At the age of twelve, Emma awoke one day in a hospital bed with no knowledge as to why she was there. She soon learned she had received a life-saving heart transplant. From then on, Emma was prescribed a new life structure that never felt like her own.
This memoir is her account of trying to let go of finding a reason for all the chaos in her life.
In the Press
Emma is interviewed by the founder and CEO of Transplant Families, Melissa McQueen. Transplant Families is a nonprofit that is working to enhance the lives of pediatric transplant recipients through conferences, discussion and advisory panels, and supporting hospital networks that are committed to improving patient outcomes.
Melissa's praise quote can be found on the inside jacket of the hardcover version of #TTMTDWMTS.
National Entrepreneurship Day
In honor of National Entrepreneurship Day, Emma reflects with Jack Rose, of Syracuse University '24, on the writing process and how her feelings have changed since the publication of #TMTDWMTS. Read about it here.
The Cranford Patch
Emma's first interview since finishing her book. Read about it here!
The Blackstone LaunchPad
Emma sits down with Clair Howard of Syracuse University '23 to discuss the inspiration behind starting Things My Therapist Doesn't Want Me to Say during the mid-way point in Emma's book-writing journey. Read here!