As a writer, I always tend to unconsciously predict what is going to happen to the book. Having read almost a thousand books(do textbooks count?), there are rare moments when a book appals me with a great twist.
And this book has been one of them.
Kate’s Journal isn’t for the faint hearted, because it will drag you to places. Even when I was finished reading it my mind was still reeling from my over active imagination.
Although there were some errors, they weren’t huge. The story enough would distract you from everything else. It was a very modern romance, with twists and turns just when you thought you’ve got it all figured out.
About the book: (From Amazon)
After waiting twenty years to fall in love, Kate Miller certainly never expected lightning to strike twice. When John Alderman comes to visit Kate and her mother, Lisa, over Christmas break, he ends up igniting a forbidden passion that quickly consumes Kate’s life. When their secret affair is exposed, the aftermath destroys life-long friendships, including Kate’s relationship with her mother. But there is another secret, one with the potential to shatter what little remains of her life. Faced with an impossible choice, Kate struggles to find a way to keep hold of the man she’s sacrificed everything for and the best friend she can’t imagine living without.
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About Author: (From Amazon)
I have always written, but have not always considered myself a writer. I make the distinction on purpose. I have written many short stories, portions of larger works, but while my friends have been enthusiastic supporters I had never finished a novel, nor had the courage to seek a wider audience.
When I began writing The Other Half, I knew right away it was different. The story seemed to write itself through me and would not let me rest until it was complete. I learned so much in the process and made some very good friends who helped me revise and edit my draft. When it was complete, my early readers encouraged me to make it available for others to enjoy as well.
I don’t know if this will be the beginning of something wonderful, or a quiet descent into obscurity, but in either case I am content. I have written something I love and that makes me proud. I have had the courage to share it with the world. Nothing that happens now will ever take that away. Thank you all for sharing this moment with me. I am forever grateful.