A chain reaction led Kelly Sundberg to a book deal with HarperCollins for her debut memoir, Goodbye, Sweet Girl, a work that expands upon her viral essay "It Will Look Like a Sunset."Goodbye, Sweet Girl reads in layers of time and place, as Sundberg excavates both her life before Caleb and their relationship, working to untangle the web of confusion that held her captive—and deeply in love—in their abusive relationship. Sundberg’s vivid scenes pull readers into her experience. All the while, her voice, vulnerable and strong, builds a bridge toward understanding and empathy.To learn more about how this necessary work made its way into print, I corresponded with Sundberg as well as her agent, Joy Tutela of the David Black Literary Agency, and her editor, Gail Winston of HarperCollins. The full interview appeared in the fall issue of SLICE, Issue 23: Flight.