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March 2018 Book of the Month: Rosie Colored Glasses by Brianna Wolfson

Rosie Colored Glasses is a heartfelt, coming of age story about a girl’s changing perspective on her parents after their divorce. It’s an emotional read that you won’t be able to forget, which is why it’s our book of the month. Keep reading for a note from author Brianna Wolfson, an excerpt from the book, and more!

A Note From Author Brianna Wolfson


Excerpt: Rosie Colored Glasses by Brianna Wolfson

PROLOGUE Willow Thorpe knew friction. The heat it created when one thing rubbed against another. When one world rubbed against another. Willow felt it every time she got into the back seat of her mother’s car, buckled her seat belt, grabbed her brother’s hand and prepared to return to her father’s house. Every time she… Read More »

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BookClubbish Was There: LA Times Festival of Books + Giveaway!

On April 28-29, BookClubbish was thrilled to partner with bookseller-extraordinaire Mysterious Galaxy in one of the most crowded booths at the LA Times Festival of Books in downtown Los Angeles. Book lovers gathered to browse the shelves, connect with their favorite authors and talk about their passion for great reads.

Here are some highlights from the event, just in case you couldn’t be there in person!

Author signings

We were so lucky to have such wonderful authors at our booth, including Brenda Novak, Brianna Wolfson, Kaira Rouda, and Allegra Huston. Devoted readers lined up to meet some of their favorite authors, including one fan who brought a well-worn advanced copy of Rosie Colored Glasses to be signed by Brianna Wolfson! Candy was also available, because who doesn’t love a little snack with their books?


The Perfect Read For Every Mom

Mother’s Day is on the way, and nothing says “I love you” like a book! Whether your mother is a fan of family dramas, women’s fiction, or chilling suspense, we have the perfect gift for any mom!

 

My Mom Reads Family Dramas

As the expression goes, you can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family. These stories are perfect for moms who want heartfelt reads that will take them through the ups and downs of family relationships.

The Family Gathering by Robyn Carr

Having left the military, Dakota Jones is at a crossroads in his life. With his elder brother and youngest sister happily settled in Sullivan’s Crossing, he shows up hoping to clear his head before moving on to his next adventure. When all the Jones siblings gather for a family wedding, the four adults are drawn together for the first time in a way they never were as children. As they struggle to accept each other, warts and all, the true nature and strength of their bond is tested. But all of them come to realize that your family are the people who see you for who you really are and love you anyway. And for Dakota, that truth allows him to find the home and family he’s always wanted.

 

 

 

Secrets of the Tulip Sisters by Susan Mallery

Kelly Murphy’s life as a tulip farmer is pretty routine—up at dawn, off to work, lather, rinse, repeat. But everything changes one sun-washed summer with two dramatic homecomings: Griffith Burnett—Tulpen Crossing’s prodigal son, who’s set his sights on Kelly—and Olivia, her beautiful, wayward and, as far as Kelly is concerned, unwelcome sister. Tempted by Griffith, annoyed by Olivia, Kelly is overwhelmed by the secrets that were so easy to keep when she was alone. Olivia’s return isn’t as triumphant as she pretends. Her job has no future, and ever since her dad sent her away from the bad boy she loved, she has felt cut off from her past. She’s determined to reclaim her man and her place in the family…whether her sister likes it or not. While Kelly and Olivia butt heads, their secrets tumble out in a big hot mess, revealing some truths that will change everything they thought they knew. Can they forgive each other—and themselves—and redefine what it means to be sisters?

 

Welcome to Moonlight Harbor by Sheila Roberts

Once happily married, Jenna Jones is about to turn forty, and this year for her birthday she’s getting a divorce. She’s barely able to support herself and her teenage daughter, but now her deadbeat artist ex is hitting her up for spousal support…and then spending it on his “other” woman. When she gets a very unexpected gift from her great-aunt Edie, things seem to be taking a turn for the better. Aging Aunt Edie is finding it difficult to keep up her business running The Driftwood Inn, so she invites Jenna to come live with her and run the place. The town is a little more run-down than Jenna remembers, but that’s nothing compared to the ramshackle state of The Driftwood Inn. Aunt Edie is confident they can return it to its former glory, though Jenna feels like she’s jumped from the proverbial frying pan into the beach fire. But who knows? With the help of her new friends and a couple of handsome citizens, perhaps that rainbow is on the horizon after all. Because, no matter what, life is always good at the beach.