We’ll Always Have Paris
By Jennifer Coburn
A Book Review by Allie Smith
I love to travel, especially with my children. Seeing new places together is always fun and introducing them to places I love is a personal thrill. I also treasure the memories we create together, and the camaraderie that we share, which can’t be duplicated at home. On our journeys, it’s us against the world! So I was excited to read this travel memoir about the European adventures of a mother and her daughter. And I adore the title, We’ll Always have Paris. Continue reading at Chick Lit Central.
They’re also having a contest, and you have a chance to win a copy of the book!
It’s no secret that I love my books. This year I read (or listened to) 102 books! Shocking, even for me. In 2013, books were my entertainment, my escape, my therapy. I read more nonfiction than I usually do and some darker fiction, which is a bit outside my comfort zone. Suffice it to say, I had trouble believing in the “happily ever after.” I’ve compiled my reading stats, because once a number cruncher, always a number cruncher. Continue reading My Favorite Books of 2013
I LOVE Mary Kay Andrews and have read all her books. I’ve also been lucky enough to meet her in person a few times and she’s an absolute delight! Check out my review of her Christmas novella at Chick Lit Central.
by Mary Kay Andrews
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A guest review at Chick Lit Central. I jumped at the chance to review this book, guessing that it was about a global road trip – and how cool would that be? I was wrong. Although the family’s global adventures are shared, this book is also also about a grief. Parts of it were painful to read, especially for me this summer, but it is beautifully written. I recommend it to anyone who has lost someone they love.
You can learn more about the author, Melissa Dalton Bradford, at her blog.