If you have been a follower of my blog for any length of time, you will recognize this author as one of frequent reads! I was first introduced to Debra Anastasia with her novel Poughkeepsie which I read a couple of years ago and fell in love with.
Since reading Poughkeepsie, I have also enjoyed reading Anastasia’s other books, Crush Seraphim and Bittersweet Seraphim. This week, Anastasia will be releasing yet another book that I will be reading for review shortly, Return to Poughkeepsie.
This novel is available for purchase on 12/30! Be sure to check it out and spread the word on this thrilling new installment! Here is a sneak peak about whats in store for readers!
Posted by The Lit Bitch on December 31, 2013
I always try and post about new upcoming cover reveals, author chats, and other literary related events and I know a lot of you are out there looking for new for your holiday reading lists!
So I thought this sounded like a cheeky book to add to your holiday reading!
Michele Gorman’s Christmas Carol is coming down the chimney on October 24th!
Gorman is also the author of the hilarious chick lit series, Single in the City.
This latest novella is a wickedly funny re-imagining of Charles Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol. Here is a summary of the novella:
One winter wedding, two happy couples, three ex-boyfriends… And a very uncomfortable weekend.
Carol hates Christmas. Being recently dumped, she’s not crazy about weddings either. So her sister Marley’s nuptials, over the Christmas weekend, are making her positively Scrooge-like.
When she arrives for the weekend at the stately home in rural Scotland to find her three ex-boyfriends in attendance, Carol has no choice but to face her ghosts to discover what really happened in those relationships, learning a lot about herself in the process. As the snow falls outside and the fire crackles in the hearth, might one of the wedding guests become the harbinger of Christmases to come?
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Posted by The Lit Bitch on October 25, 2013
1916 occupied France, a young artist named Edouard LeFevre, leaves his wife, Sophie, to fight in the Great War.
Before he left, he painted her portrait and titled it ‘The Girl You Left Behind’. This painting has become her most prized possession.
When her husband and is imprisoned, Sophie clings to the painting. Unfortunately the painting is admired by many in the small village…particularly the local Kommandant.
He not only falls in love with the painting but with the real life subject as well and essentially holds Sophie captive.
Sophie is soon faced with some tough decisions. She loves her husband desperately but she is stuck in an awkward situation with the Kommandant’s attention.
She is desperate to see Edouard again and ultimately decides to put her life and reputation on the line for that dream to come true.
Posted by The Lit Bitch on September 27, 2013
What if the life you wanted, and the woman you fell in love with, belonged to someone else?
Claire Canton is your typical suburban housewife. Her and her husband Chris live in a nice house in a nice suburb with their two kids.
Claire is a freelance graphic designer and holds down the household while Chris is out bringing home the big pay check. Until he loses his job.
A year passes and before they know it, Claire and Chris’s marriage is in serious trouble. Chris continues to pull away from Claire while Claire becomes increasingly lonely.
One afternoon Claire gets pulled over by Officer Daniel Rush….who happens to be ridiculously good looking.
Posted by The Lit Bitch on September 11, 2013
New York City has always been known for its diversity and innovation. It’s a city in a perpetual state of movement and change.
In a little shop in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, vintage clothing store owner, Amanda, finds her life in utter chaos.
She is about to turn thirty nine, no children and no husband….in fact she is actually having a long standing affair with a married man.
Not to mention she is on the brink of financial ruin. But rather than do anything about her sorry state, she is more or less ignoring it all together.
Amanda gets a call from an older woman who is dying of cancer and would like to sell some clothes on consignment. When Amanda arrives at the she finds some great merchandise to take back to her store, tons of clothes from a variety of modern decades but what she doesn’t bargain for is an Edwardian era trunk full of delicate antique clothing.
Posted by The Lit Bitch on July 12, 2013