Thursday, December 19, 2013

Maggie's Turn - Book Beginnings on Friday and Friday 56

Maggie's Turn
“Wouldn’t it be fun, just for a little while, to drive a different direction and take a few snapshots?” Those words from Chapter 1 made me ask: who hasn’t wanted to run away for a little while? If you can relate, then you'll definitely enjoy MAGGIE'S TURN

FRIDAY 56 (56% on my Kindle):
     Cassie stopped short when she saw the red Mustang sitting in the driveway instead of the minivan, and no one else in sight. She turned and stared at Maggie, her expression reflecting confusion.
     "You have a Mustang? A red Mustang? Where's the van? Where are the kids?"


BOOK BEGINNINGS ON FRIDAY:
It had not been a good morning at the Harrison household. At least not for Maggie. Her nineteen-year-old son, Kyle, had slept in late, which meant he was late showering and would be late to one of the four college courses he was intent upon failing. Because he was running behind, her fourteen-year-old daughter, Kaia, was late getting ready for school, which meant Maggie's husband, Andrew, had to rush to shower for work. And, of course, Maggie had to rush too since she was always the last person to use the bathroom.

Genre: Women's Fiction
Number of Pages: 247
Amazon Link: Maggie's Turn


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15 comments:

  1. Not very responsible of him to be late to school.

    My post

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  2. Beautiful cover art! Sounds like a whirl-wind morning before school and I like the sound of a red mustang. I learned to drive with a white one. Merry Christmas!

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  3. Thanks for sharing this new-to-me book and author. Hope you enjoy it!

    My Friday post: http://www.bookclublibrarian.com/2013/12/friday-focus-friday-56-book-beginnings_20.html

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  4. Oh, poor Maggie! I can relate...everyone in the family comes first....now I definitely want to read this one. Thanks, Sandra, for adding another one to my list...lol.

    Here's MY FRIDAY MEMES POST

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  5. Sounds like Maggie is like most moms, put herself last. Sounds like a decent read.

    Happy weekend and happy holidays!

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    1. Exactly, and that's why her escape makes such a good story.

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  6. Wow...what a morning in that household. :) Hope you like it.

    Enjoy your weekend.

    There is a free download of A Christmas Carol on my blog courtesy of Atria Books if you want to stop by.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Book Beginnings

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    1. One bathroom? It's amazing they all made it out alive in the morning.

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  7. Feeling sorry for Maggie....hope she makes it okay.
    Harvee
    Book Dilettante

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  8. Never heard of this one before but might have to add it to my TBR pile now. Agreed on the beautiful cover, love the colors!
    Have a nice weekend and Merry Christmas!

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  9. This sounds really good! I have this on my TBR!

    Have a happy holiday!

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  10. sounds exciting, even though I'm not much into women or family writings

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  11. Great premise...fabulous cover!

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