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    Tomorrow is a new beginning

    Finding Tomorrow was truly an amazing read. Celia, Stephanie, and Anna are sisters but their lives are very different. I connected to all three on different levels. The drama and struggles they each faced were legitimately real. Celia facing divorce after thirty years of marriage. Stephanie struggling with the loss of her husband. Both hoping and trying to find a way to see a future for themselves. Anna never sticking around long enough to really depend on. Throw in their aging father with on set dementia and all the cards fall. Watching my mother care for my grandmother as her dementia took over was hard. Knowing she had little to no help from her brothers made this story hit home. I know their pain and struggle. I felt it leap from the pages. This book was raw and heart felt. It is also incredibly empowering with its message to not lose yourself, never give up, and you can be whatever you want to be. Life is not over because you’re middle aged. Sometimes, it’s just beginning.
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    life choices.

    Not many people can or will write a book about a older woman. I was greatly surprise when I seen this book was co wrote with one of my favorite authors. As A older reader I sometimes find there isn't enough age appropriate books. I love living in the young life a book has to offer but sometimes find the story puts me into mom mode and I end up judging the book. I think it hit the mark on a lot of stuff a middle aged woman,wife and mom face. This book had just the right amount of emotions. I was sure we was going to be looking for the tissue and I was wrong. There is a lot of fun and growth in this book. It showed that we sometimes have to have a moment of sadness to move on to a lifetime of happiness. The sisters,town,dad and kids all play a different roll in this book that shows you have people with you to be apart of your struggling journey in life. It brought out the mindfulness to remember at some point if you are not happy then screw what others say. Make yourself happy. You will have people there for you. Cheering you on. Great first book. I look forward to reading the next ones.
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    Second Chances.

    Finding Tomorrow is the perfect summer beach read. Even though it has rich and complex characters that are going through life changes, it’s quick and easy to follow when you don’t have the time to read a novel in one sitting. This first book sets up the scene of the Sullivan sisters who live in Bluebird Bay, a coastal town in Maine. The central story is of the eldest sister, Celia and the end of her thirty year marriage. We also get to see how she rebuilds her life and self esteem. Her sisters, Stephanie and Anna are a huge support system and her biggest cheerleaders in moving forward. I have admired this author’s work for a while now and I’m in awe how she can write in so many different genres. This book is a good example on how she can capture your attention and have you root for these sisters and their families. I can’t wait to head back to Bluebird Bay and read more about this clan.
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    Just what I needed!

    This book was everything I could ask for and more! I hate to bring my personal life into it, but I’m currently trying to get over a divorce that was finalized three months ago and trying to deal with that and my social anxiety as I make a life for me and my three daughters. Even though I’m much younger than the main character, Celia, and we have a few other differences, it was so great seeing someone go through that and see her strength and struggles. It really is helping me with my situation and I hope to one day have the strength she has and be able to move forward. I also depend on my sister during this hard time and I love seeing the sisterly love going on in Finding Tomorrow. Celia and her sisters are so inspiring for all ages and this is one book you won’t want to miss!
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