How would you feel about joining me next month for a virtual book club, featuring my novel Lost and Profound? I’d love to host it like a Twitter party full of questions, prizes and craziness and would love it if you would be there with me.
I promise to have fun prizes that Rebecca Trovatelli would approve of (think shopping and booze) for all of the winners that evening.
The one requirement for the party is you need to have read Lost and Profound which can be found on Amazon in both hard copy and Kindle. But to kick off this fun book club, I’m going to offer a signed copy of Lost and Profound to mail out next week to one winner!
Simply leave a comment below RSVP’ing for my Virtual Book Club on Tuesday, November 5th at 7pm PST.
Want an extra way to win the signed book? Simply tweet the following:
I RSVP’d for the #LostAndProfound Book Club Twitter party w/ @TheSummerFelix. Lots of fun prizes up for grabs: bit.ly/18VxGms
Rebecca Trovatelli thought for sure she d be in a better place when she reached her 30s. Yet here it is, her 33rd birthday, and she is only doing well at one thing: waiting. Waiting for her career to finally go in the direction she wants. Waiting for her children to finally listen to her. Waiting for the love of her life to realize he s ready to commit. In the meantime, she is haphazardly navigating the trenches at preschool, and trying to win over the mothers who seem so much better equipped to parent than she is. She is also making a conscious effort not to compare herself to her seemingly perfect friend whose life she mainly follows via a blog, and attempting to be happy for her ex-husband, by all outward appearances, has successfully moved on and started a new life. Then Josh enters the picture. He s handsome and sweet. Her kids love him. Her parents approve. He takes her out and actually seems to want to be in an exclusive relationship. Suddenly, things are looking up for Rebecca, but by now she should know not to expect it to last for long. When things start to get complicated, Rebecca must reevaluate her life, her friends, and the choices she has made. And in doing so, she might just figure out what matters most…