Cassie Wren. Legal assistant. Convenience queen. Thrifter extraordinaire.
If there were a "green police" she'd be a fugitive from eco-friendly justice. But when a friend's teasing feels like a challenge, Cassie accepts it.
The result? One year. Twelve months. Fifty-two weeks. Three hundred sixty-five days--of green.
It seemed simple enough. Cut back on paper plates, plastic forks, and straws. Easy peasy. But when her competitive side wars against her desire for convenience, Cassie finds it's not so easy to be "eco-friendly" and "Cassie-friendly."
January: Cassie’s first month includes eradicating the extraneous paper, glass, plastic, and metal from her life. However, she finds that it’s not quite as easy as she thought. Paper and plastic cover everything manufactured or packaged–even water, produce, and restaurant food! That’s not including glass and metal!
But it’s not all been bad. She’s saved a lot of money, has prospects for a new business, her impromptu blog is gaining traffic, and she even has a new boyfriend. Cassie just might make it.
The Vintage Wren is a serial novel featuring the frustrated rantings of an unconvinced environmentalist