Published Work


Included in a A Letter To My Mom, created by Lisa Erspamer, is a  book honoring the powerful, loving, complicated, one-of-a-kind relationships we all have with our mothers. A New York Times Bestseller, ALTMM is comprised of a beautiful collection of personally-crafted letters written by April McCormick, Melissa Rivers, Suze Orman, Mariel Hemingway, Shania Twain,, and Christy Turlington, Dr. Phil and many more... to the women that shaped thier lives.

NYT Bestseller

Parent Tested Parent Approved Annual

Opening Article- 6 Things All New Mother's Should Know.

Coming Soon!


First-Timer's Guide To Not Feeling Like A Parenting Failure: The First Year

Available: 2018

This is not your typical parenting book. The First-timer's guide is devoted to preparing parents for the trials and tribulations of the first year, and how not to beat yourself up every step of the way. Written by both April and her Aussie husband Adam, the guide will make you laugh out loud at yourself, their crazy antics, your child and all the other insanity that comes the first year.

The Devlyn Disguise

A Novel By April McCormick

We've all heard of the good girl trying to save the bad guy. But what happens if the good girl doesn't want to save the playboy?  What if instead, she wants to take him on a wild revenge-filled ride?

STATUS: Currently Querying.

If you're an interested agent or publisher, please email me April @


Writing for #NanoWriMo18


When Georgia "Gigi" Mason was eight years old, her dad left for work and never came home. Shortly after, Gigi and her mother moved from St. Louis to her Aunt Lily's wild mustang ranch in Pasque, South Dakota, where she's happily lived for the past six years. 

Gigi's idyllic farm life is turned upside down when her mother returns from two weeks away with a brand new car and a smile so big it scares Gigi. Her mother announces that she's sold her screenplay about their life, going from having everything to nothing. It's supposed to be funny, but Gigi can't see how. She tells Gigi to pack everything, they're moving to LA. Immediately.

Three weeks later, Gigi finds herself standing in front of Oliver Louis Highschool, about to begin her freshman year with zero friends. And to make matter's worse, she doesn't speak the, LOL, OMFG, AF, language, or have a clue what Twitter, Facebook or any of the other techy things the kids are talking about. They didn't have phones and social media on the farm.

The only good part about her day is when she retreats to the courtyard for lunch. Nature is her happy place. One day, while making a flower necklace out of clover, another outcast, Maxine "Max" Bailey, strikes up a conversation. Max's mom and dad are stable hands for a wealthy polo player in the canyon, and like GiGi, Max couldn't care less about social media and keeping up with the Kardashians. 

Over the next few months, Gigi and Max navigate life as freshmen outcasts in a social media-driven environment, breeding social media deranged teenagers. The two start an unofficial club called the Tech-No club, where they learn about, and engage with, nature, from every angle - earth, wind, water, and fire - no tech allowed.

When word spreads about the Tech-No club, Max and Gigi soon learn they're not the only ones tired of tech.

Author's Note: The book is currently in development. Things/details may change including the cover art I created myself using Canva. 

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