Thursday, January 28, 2016

No Ordinary Life by Suzanne Redfearn - Review and Giveaway!

I'm honored to have been selected to read an advance copy of No Ordinary Life by Suzanne Redfearn, which will be released next week, February 2, 2016!  In honor of this new release, we're doing a giveaway, you simply need to leave a blog post comment and tell me what the last book you read was. (Having some technical issues with rafflecopter, so we'll do this the old fashioned way!)

You can view information about No Ordinary Life and even pre-order it at Amazon through this link.

Next week, in honor of the book's release, I'll have a short interview with Suzanne Redfearn here on my blog.  I'm excited about that -- she is originally from New Jersey, and spent a few years very local to my current hometown!

I thoroughly enjoyed this book.  I pride myself on guessing what will happen next in a book.  With No Ordinary Life, this didn't happen. I was thrown for quite a few loops.  It not only gives a glimpse into the life of a single mother with three kids struggling to keep her family afloat, it gives us a glimpse into being a showbiz family.  Although we read the failures more than the successes in the tabloids daily, in this novel, we get a fresh glimpse of how hard it really is on the "inside."  No Ordinary Life was a great read, one I was able to complete in a weekend, even with my four kids, three dogs, and hubs! I highly recommend this book!

 


14 comments:

Barb K said...

Blue, by Nora Roberts....

Barb K said...

Wrong author, should be Danielle Steele

Lisa M G said...

50 Shades....don't laugh

Veronica said...

Since I've retired I have been reading like crazy...the last book was 'Undaunted Hope" by Jody Hedlund.

Linda said...

Avenue of Mysteries by John Irving. Not my favorite of his :(

Lori Kobular said...

A Sweethaven Homecoming by Courtney Walsh.

Dawn McMillen said...

Last book I read (which is what we are posting right?) Was Waiting for Hope by Karen Halsey.

Lauren Greenberg said...

Currently re-reading To Kill A Mockingbird. I had to explain to Andrew that it had nothing to do with killing birds. :)

Judy Kelly said...

Savage Conquest, Janelle Taylor (4th time)

Judy Kelly said...

Savage Conquest, Janelle Taylor (4th time)

Kristie W said...

Admin - Donna U's comment didn't stick,

Kristie W said...

Admin - Alison I.'s comment didn't stick.

Kristie W said...

Admin - Denise W.'s comment didn't stick. (What the heck is going on?)

Heather said...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest... and loved it!