Gillian Harvey’s ‘Everything is Fine’ Reminds Us to Stop Taking Ourselves so Seriously [REVIEW]

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On Instagram, it may look like she loves rabbit food, but that’s just because nobody’s caught her eating all those biscuits. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A blog seemed like a great idea in the beginning, when all she wanted was to lose a little weight. She thought a public diary would help her stick to her goals. Little did she realize just how much it would take over her entire life. In Gillian Harvey’s Everything is Fine, she reminds us that the road to ruin is paved with good intentions.

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Author Gillian Harvey’s Love/Hate Relationship with Social Media [GUEST POST]

Author Gillian Harvey and her son Robbie overload on sugar.
Gill and her son Robbie overload on sugar. (Photo courtesy Gillian Harvey)

We love the premise of the novel, Everything is Fine, which is about a woman who has it all… at least on her Instagram feed. But in real life, things aren’t always what they appear. But how does a writer—who depends on social media platforms to get the word out about her work—truly feel about this aspect of online culture? Find out in today’s candid guest post from author Gillian Harvey. Enjoy! —J&H

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Sophie Ranald’s ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Will Bring A Smile to Your Face [REVIEW]

Charlotte has learned one of life’s most important lessons: when life gives you limes, make margaritas. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life isn’t always a bowl of cherries. Sometimes a girl is stuck with the pits. So what’s she to do when life doesn’t turn out the way she’s hoped? Shake things up, of course! With Sorry Not Sorry, Sophie Ranald proves that life is what you make it, and sometimes a girl has to admit she’s been doing it wrong all along.

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‘Meet Me On Love Lane’ for Old Friends and Second Chances [REVIEW]

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Henry’s grown up a lot since the last time she saw him. (Photo by Canva)

She’s down on her luck. To make matters worse, she has to move back home to start over. But it’s only temporary. Or is it? What’s a girl to do when the place she left behind reveals hidden charms? Find out in Nina Bocci’s second Hopeless Romantics novel, Meet Me On Love Lane.
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‘On the Corner of Love and Hate’ Delivers Easy Laughs and Small Town Charm [REVIEW]

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Cooper Endicott may be ready for office, but is he ready for love? (Photo by Canva)

He has a reputation with the ladies. She just considers him a friend. But her father wants her to help him transform his image so he can run for office. Is she up to the task when her heart gets other ideas? Find out in Nina Bocci’s laugh-out-loud romantic comedy, On the Corner of Love and Hate. Read more of this post