Sunday, 10 February 2013

Author Spotlight C.R. Everett

 

This weeks author is C.R. Everett, Her book Love Carry My Bags is her first release, C.R. Everett was born in Northern Illinois and has lived in various places over the years, currently residing in Utah. For twenty years she worked in finance, but today devotes her time to writing. She lives with her husband, two kids, Shiba Inu, and cat. When not writing, she updates her website, connects with her readers, does the mom thing, or cleans up after unruly pets. In her free time she enjoys reading, usually at the gym while on a treadmill, baking, taking walks, enjoying nature, and going to Starbucks. Mocha is her favorite.

Love Carry My Bags is about Camryn who goes through adolescence as a typical teenage girl, from first loves to travelling the world,  she deals with life the best that she can even dealing with undiagnosed ADHD in her marriage,  

The story is beautifully written and has you laughing and crying throughout, you feel captivated and cant wait to finish one page so that you can read the rest. I didn't want the book to end.

I give this book 5* on Amazon and i highly recommend you reading the book 


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Love-Carry-My-Bags-ebook/dp/B009SZYJ3W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360532514&sr=8-1 

Also here is a review that i left on amazon.co.uk
5* Review

i don't think anything i say will be good enough for how fantastic this book was, it was everything and nothing like i expected it to be, the book is split into two parts the first part deals with first love and i think the author got the feelings of a 15 year old girl spot on, i don't think anyone who reads it wont relate to some part, i especially chuckled when the 4 school friends used to meet every night so they could stalk the boys they crushed on and compare notes, it shot me right back to being 15 and "stalking" the boy of my dreams. the second part is the more grown up part of real life and again some parts i found myself relating too, there were times in the book when i laughed out loud and also times where i had a lump the size of a tennis ball in my throat and had to re read a page because i couldn't stop the tears from falling. i don't think this book is a typical romance book it felt more true life to me and in some part i felt like i was reading about myself.

i can honestly say i loved this book and wish i could say more without giving too much away but i really think you should just get the book I'm sure you wont be disappointed!

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