Get to Know Holly Paulette
Meet assistant editor Holly Paulette!
The first post you wrote for The Rising: Whitewashed Tombs
One book you would recommend that people read: Interrupted by Jen Hatmaker. I’m a groupie of Jen-anything, but this book rocked my view of a gospel-centered life.
Your music of choice for a good day: All Sons & Daughters anything
For a bad day: Joshua Radin, specifically his Simple Times album. Brings me back to my younger years and reminds me that life is oh-so-much better than high school.
Your coffee shop order: regular coffee, black (we’ve trained our taste buds to sort-of-enjoy Maxwell House at home, so anything is a treat)
Your ultimate dream job: Gosh. I want to write and edit for forever, but I think I want it to look a bit different than what I currently do—I’d love to make my own hours and work in my pajamas, to be honest. And I’ve got high hopes to write a book or seven one day.
Your guilty pleasure (of any variety): Doritos, y’all. I’m crazy about them. Give me a family-sized bag of the regular nacho cheese, and I’ll do like a magician and make them disappear. My husband wrapped a 12-pack of snack-sized bags for Christmas because he loves me and because moderation is key.
Something that changed your life forever: Becoming foster parents and welcoming a three-year-old into our lives a few months ago. He has transformed our understanding of love.
Tell us one random fact about you: Before meeting my farmer husband, I had never before been on a working farm. Or really, any farm at that. (And I still walk on my tip-toes and gag at any farm-y smells, so not much has changed other than being forced into rural living.)