Tabitha Forney - PAPER AIRPLANES

Tabitha Forney - PAPER AIRPLANES

Tabitha and I discuss Paper Airplanes, telling this very personal story, how 9/11 transformed the United States, the chapter she found the most difficult to write, participating in Pitch Wars, her publishing journey, and much more.


Tabitha and I discuss Paper Airplanes, telling this very personal story, how 9/11 transformed the United States, the chapter she found the most difficult to write, participating in Pitch Wars, her publishing journey, and much more.

Tabitha's recommended reads are:

  1. The Book of Form and Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki
  2. Matrix by Lauren Groff
  3. Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr

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Tabitha (Tobey) Forney

author . mom . lawyer . ashtangi . seeker

Tabitha Forney writes books to appease the voices in her head. She’s a mom, attorney, and yoga devotee who lives in Houston with her three kids and a husband who was on the 85th floor of the North Tower on 9/11 and lived to tell about it.