I was thrilled to reveal the new cover for the Booktrope edition of SEVEN WEEKS TO FOREVER on Tuesday, and today I’m over-the-moon ecstatic to officially announce the SEVEN WEEKS TO FOREVER Booktrope re-release! And hey, what better way to announce a re-release on a Friday than to share a scene from the book in honor of #FridayReads?
So here it is… a short summary that explains what SEVEN WEEKS TO FOREVER is about, along with a scene that was really fun to write. Happy reading, and happy Friday! (And psst… if you haven’t yet entered the giveaway for a $50 Amazon gift card and Pura Vida feather bracelet, you can enter using the Rafflecopter at the end of this post!) (more…)
It’s Friday somewhere, so that means it’s blog hop time! This week’s Follow Friday four fill-in fun blog hop is from Hilary at Feeling Beachie, and it’s co-hosted by Pam from Troppetrie. (more…)
We just celebrated the holidays and the new year, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Booktrope is republishing SEVEN WEEKS TO FOREVER, which means I’m still celebrating and want to share the fun with all of you. It’s time for a cover reveal and giveaway for a $50 Amazon gift certificate and a Pura Vida feather bracelet! (Enter using the Rafflecopter near the bottom of this post.)
** UPDATE: To celebrate the official Booktrope re-release of the book and for some #FridayReads and #WeekendReads fun, you can now read a scene from the book in my Friday blog post. **
I’m so thrilled to be revealing the absolutely gorgeous cover for the Booktrope edition of SEVEN WEEKS TO FOREVER, which was designed by Greg Simanson. (Thank you, thank you, thank you Greg!) (more…)
This is the narrative of Brynne Ropert and Portland Dolish, two best friends who are seemingly close, as you’d expect best friends to be. As soon becomes clear, though, they also hold back from one another in some really important ways. It’s the personal details of her relationship and her fears about what her husband may be involved in that ultimately could have changed Portland’s story, had she felt like she could share these details of her life with her best friend.
When I write reviews, I don’t ever want to give too much about the story away beyond what’s already in the book’s description, for fear of spoiling something for another reader. A QUESTIONABLE FRIENDSHIP is written in a style of alternating viewpoints, from Brynne and then from Portland. This style lets us see how Portland perceives Brynne’s life and vice-versa. Both young women are close enough to one another to tell when something is off in the other one’s life, but they’re also so far apart in other ways that breaking past the appearances and the walls is almost impossible, simply because of how their friendship has — or more accurately, has failed to — evolve. In this case, there are tragic consequences for keeping up appearances, putting up those walls, and tiptoeing around sensitive subjects. (more…)
It’s blog hop time! And not a moment too soon, since this has been a pretty crazy week. Did it feel that way to you? Maybe it’s because it was back to real life after the holidays.
This week’s Follow Friday four fill-in fun blog hop is from Hilary at Feeling Beachie, and it’s co-hosted by me! That means I came up with two of the statements. (more…)