The Beginning Of A Book: The Almost Sisters

I’m joining Rose City Reader as she encourages fellow bloggers to share the beginnings of a book we are reading.

I’m a fan of the novels of Joselyn Jackson and will agree to read her latest book without knowing  a thing about it. Its okay because I know there is always a wonderful cast of characters with drama, chaos and Southern charm in every book. Here how the story begins:

“My son, Digby, began at exactly 3:02 in the morning on the first Friday in June. I don’t mean his conception or his birth. I mean the moment he began for me, which happened between those two large events.”

The main character returns home a grandmother with dementia and secrets in the attic and a step-sister with big marital problems. And, she’s come home to share her own secret – she’s about to become a single mom. Yes, Drama with a capital D. Excellent summer reading.

 

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6 Responses to The Beginning Of A Book: The Almost Sisters

  1. I do love reading about secrets.
    sherry @ fundinmental Friday Memes

  2. Kathy Martin says:

    Sound interesting. I hope you enjoy it. Mine this week is from Murder in Mayfair by D. M. Quincy – a historical mystery. Happy reading!

  3. Bev Bouwer says:

    This looks like my kind of book. Thanks. I’m reading Difficult Women by Roxanne Gay.

  4. I love this author’s books, so this one is on my list. Thanks for sharing…and for visiting my blog.

  5. I had to re-read that quote several times before I sort of understood it. What a strange opening. My Friday Quotes

  6. I love Joselyn Jackson’s writing style. I’ve only read one of her books so far, but I do want to read more. This one sounds really good. Thank you for sharing! I hope you have a great week.

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