Emily is currently writing a romance novel. Part fairy tale, part social revolution, The Forest Bride follows the imprisoned princess Rose as she’s enchanted by one suitor, kidnapped by another, and eventually freed to find her own way outside the castle, where she sets about rescuing those in need, overthrowing the monarchy, and finding her way back to her true love. Emily writes romance using her middle name, Jane. You can learn more about her mission as a fiction writer and download a free short story at https://janebuehler.com.
Other fiction works in progress include The Knowledge Game, a science fiction thriller about a near future where knowledge comes on chips that are inserted into the brain—and can be taken away. Kensington is a contemporary romance about an art student who falls for the security guard in the gallery at a grand estate, only to be implicated when a painting is stolen.
Emily’s first book, Bread Science: The Chemistry and Craft of Making Bread (2006), covers the science of baking and includes step-by-step instructions for baking and pitfalls to avoid. Peter Reinhart, author of The Bread Baker’s Apprentice, said of Bread Science, “This book will be an important addition to every bread lover’s library, whether professional or serious home baker.” Emily continues to teach classes and workshops on bread baking and occasionally updates her food and chemistry blog. Buy the book at Two Blue Books.
Somewhere and Nowhere (2017) is a memoir of Emily’s cross-country bicycle trip. It’s the adventure of Wild, the contemplation of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, and the neuroses of Eat, Pray, Love, all on a shoestring budget… and bicycles. Ragini Elizabeth Michaels, author of Unflappable – Six Steps To Staying Happy, Centered, And Peaceful No Matter What, describes the book as “An enjoyable and worthy read for anyone interested in living a more balanced and happy life.” Buy the book at Two Blue Books.
In addition to being an author, Emily is a copyeditor. She received her PhD in chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and began her editing career working on research reports and academic papers, before moving into a wider range of editing. Learn more about her editing business at http://www.emilyeditorial.com.
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