Friday, June 23, 2017

Review - GONE TO DUST (Gravediggers #2) by Liliana Hart

Publisher: Pocket Books
Published: June 20,2017
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Source: Print ARC

Rating: 3 Stars

The Gravediggers aren’t exactly what they seem. They’re the most elite of the world’s fighting forces—and all they have in common is that they’ve been betrayed by the countries they’ve died for. Because they are dead. To their country, their military, and their families.

Sometimes the dead do rise....

Miller Darling is one of the most popular romance novelists of her time. Not bad for a woman who doesn’t believe in romance. She’s as logical as they come, and she doesn’t believe in happily-ever-afters. What she does believe in is family, so when her brother disappears, she doesn’t think twice about packing her bag and her laptop and heading out to find him.

Elias Cole lived and breathed the life of a Navy SEAL. Now he’s “dead” and his hero’s honor tarnished. The only thing keeping him sane are the men who are like him—The Gravediggers—and the woman who makes his head spin. He’s never met anyone like Miller Darling. Her smart mouth and quick wit keep him on his toes, and damned if he doesn’t find that appealing.

When Miller receives a package from the brother who abandoned her asking for help, it’s clear she’s in over her head with the mess he’s gotten himself into. She needs a professional, and Elias is just the man for the job. Only her brother is a former SEAL—the man who left his team to die—and Elias is more interested in vengeance than saving his life.

I liked that better than I thought I would. And let me tell you, Elias is HOT. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about him and Miller of course. Which brings me to Miller, I liked her unique name. She was a riot and it was nice being in her head where her inner dialogue was interesting, to say the least. Miller is a novelist and Elias is a gravedigger. He's the perfect type of broody!

The two are thrown together when Miller's brother turns up missing. To make it a tad bit awkward, the two aren't exactly happy to work together since Elias left Miller high and dry. So to speak. If you ask me, that's about as rude as you can get, leaving someone wanting...more. But the dialogue and interaction between them was well worth it. 

If you haven't read this series yet, I suggest you do. They are a fast and quick read. One that will keep you reading until the very end. It's highly entertaining and it has some major swoon moments that you're unlikely to forget anytime soon! I'm more than excited to get the next book to read!

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


About the Author:
Liliana Hart spent five years teaching music in the public education system. She molded America’s youth, busted kids for smoking pot in the restrooms, and broke up illicit affairs behind the stage on a regular basis. (Liliana’s Addison Holmes Mystery Series, about a small town teacher who gets into a whole lot of trouble, is somewhat autobiographical, but she won’t confess to which parts).

Liliana began reading romance novels with all her new found free time, and when she ran out of things to read, she decided to write her own novels. The result was a 150,000 word thriller—a dazzling adventure—where the heroine was a thirty-year-old virgin assassin (Yes, you read that right). She couldn’t imagine why people weren’t knocking down her door to read it, but she persevered and began writing a second book. She finally got the hang of things, and eventually learned that losing one’s virginity wasn’t all that romantic after all. All of her books involve some kind of suspense (she just can't help herself), laughter, and a lot of steamy sex. 

Since the failure of her first attempt, Liliana’s books have won awards such as: The Daphne Du Maurier, The Suzannah, The Linda Howard Award of Excellence, The Maggie, and many others. Her affiliations include Romance Writers of America and Mystery Writers of America. 

Liliana loves to cook, and is addicted to reading, Internet Boggle, kickboxing, and Bones. She lives in a big, rambling house in Texas with a couple of cats to keep her company. She loves to get emails from readers.

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Book Blitz + Giveaway for Kristen Ashley!

THE GAMBLE by Kristen Ashley (June 20, 2017; Forever Trade Paperback; $9.99)
SWEET DREAMS by Kristen Ashley (June 20, 2017; Forever Trade Paperback; $9.99)
LADY LUCK by Kristen Ashley (June 20, 2017; Forever Trade Paperback; $9.99)


Life isn't meant to be perfect. It's meant to be lived . . .

Nina Sheridan thought she'd found the perfect man who would become the perfect husband. She was wrong. When Nina realizes the man she planned to grow old with doesn't know her at all, it's time to rethink her idea of perfect. And what better place to get her life in order than a remote Colorado mountain town halfway around the world?

Gnaw Bone, Colorado, may not be flashy or cosmopolitan, but it's got a brand of hospitality all its own. Nina isn't entirely sure she's ready to trade the life she thought she wanted in England for cozy evenings in her mountain retreat, and she definitely isn't sure she's ready to handle the connection she feels to the owner of her rental house, Max Holden . . .

Nina didn't come to Colorado to find love, but even the best-laid plans can go awry. Now, if Nina can let go of her past, Max-and a future in Gnaw Bone-might just be the perfect second chance she's been waiting for.

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When you lose everything, anything is possible.

Lauren Grahame needs a whole new life. A simpler life. After leaving her cheating husband, she moves to Carnal, Colorado, takes a job as a waitress, and realizes she might have finally found the hometown she'd been searching for. Except things are about to get a lot more complicated . . .

Lauren's fresh start does not include her growing feelings for her boss, Tate Jackson. She'll take the new friends, the new job, not to mention the incredible banana bread from the local coffee shop, but love is not on the agenda.

However, the people of Carnal know chemistry when they see it, and they're not about to let Tate and Lauren miss their chance.

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All you need is a little luck.

Lexie Berry has had nothing but bad luck. You name it, Lexie has probably survived it-or worse. But there's only so much bad luck a girl can take, and now one promise is all that stands between her and a brand-new life.

When that promise brings her to Carnal, Colorado, Lexie isn't sure the rough, yet strangely charming, town is for her. But there's something Carnal has that might just make staying around worth it . . . and that's Ty Walker.

For five years, Ty was imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit. Now he wants revenge on the people who framed him. Lexie knows there's a difference between vengeance and justice, and she'll do everything she can to make sure Ty gets the latter. And with the good people of Carnal on their side, Lexie and Ty might finally find their luck is changing for the better.

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About the Author
Kristen Ashley grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana, and has lived in Denver, Colorado, and the West Country of England. Thus she has been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least) but loopy is good when you want to write.

Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multigenerational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland, and Kristen grew up listening to the strains of Glenn MillerThe Everly BrothersREO Speedwagon, and Whitesnake.

Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music and love was a good way to grow up.

And as she keeps growing up, it keeps getting better.

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Blog Tour Review - QUEST OF THE UNCHARTED LANDS (World of Solace, #3) by Jaleigh Johnson

Publisher: Random House
Published: June 13, 2017
Genre: Middle Grade
Source: Print ARC

From the acclaimed author of the New York Times bestseller The Mark of the Dragonfly comes another magical and thrilling story that takes readers on an exciting new adventure.

Stella Glass dreams of exploring worlds beyond her home of Solace, but when her famous parents are sent on a historic mission to the Uncharted Lands, it's simply too dangerous for her to join them. By order of the king, she is left behind.

Missing out on the excitement is one thing, but Stella is devastated at the thought of her parents flying into the unknown. So she takes matters into her own hands. Instead of staying with family as planned, she steals away and--right before takeoff--sneaks aboard the airship.

But Stella isn't the only stowaway. In the cargo bay is a boy who is also desperate to get to the Uncharted Lands. And someone else who's determined to keep the ship from making it there at all. . . .

Ms. Johnson doesn't fail to impress in the third installment in the World of Solace series. From the very beginning I just knew I was going to love this book. (Probably even more than the first two.) I was write about loving the book and how it's my favorite book of the series. Stella and Cyrus are a riot. Not only are they smart and resourceful, they're fun. Readers of all ages, these books are a MUST READ. 

The story starts with Stella setting up a diversion in order to sneak up on the ship her parents are on. It's there she meets a strange yet interesting boy. Together the two set their paths to an unforgettable adventure to the uncharted lands. The place where Cyrus is from and the the only place he needs to get back to. 

I finished the book one full sitting because I didn't want to put it down. I can't wait for readers and parents alike to read this amazing book. What more could you want from a book? It has a quirky and fun friendship between two kids who are, at first, strangers; a thrilling adventure, and the most lovable characters you could ever imagine. No kidding, who could want more? Side note for those that are parents, I really think this would be a perfect book to bond with your children with. Not only is it fun but it could help jump start reading for them! 

(All the books so far are standalone novels but it's so much better to read them from the beginning!)

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Photo: Mark Jones

About the Author:

Jaleigh Johnson is a fantasy novelist living and writing in the wilds of the Midwest.  Her middle grade debut novel The Mark of the Dragonfly is a New York Times bestseller, was chosen for the ABA 2014 Spring Indie Next list, and was named one of Amazon’s Top 20 Children’s Books of 2014.  Her other books in the Solace series from Delacorte Press include The Secrets of Solace and the forthcoming The Quest to the Uncharted Lands.  She has also written several novels and short stories for the Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms fiction line published by Wizards of the Coast.  Johnson is an avid gamer and lifelong geek, and in her spare time she also enjoys traveling, reading, baking, and going to movies with her husband.  Visit her online at or follow her on Twitter @JaleighJohnson.  

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Review - ROAR (Stormheart #1) by Cora Carmack

Publisher: TOR TEEN
Published: June 13, 2017
Genre: YA Fantasy
Source: Print ARC
Rating: 4.5 Stars

In a land ruled and shaped by violent magical storms, power lies with those who control them.

Aurora Pavan comes from one of the oldest Stormling families in existence. Long ago, the ungifted pledged fealty and service to her family in exchange for safe haven, and a kingdom was carved out from the wildlands and sustained by magic capable of repelling the world’s deadliest foes. As the sole heir of Pavan, Aurora’s been groomed to be the perfect queen. She’s intelligent and brave and honorable. But she’s yet to show any trace of the magic she’ll need to protect her people.

To keep her secret and save her crown, Aurora’s mother arranges for her to marry a dark and brooding Stormling prince from another kingdom. At first, the prince seems like the perfect solution to all her problems. He’ll guarantee her spot as the next queen and be the champion her people need to remain safe. But the more secrets Aurora uncovers about him, the more a future with him frightens her. When she dons a disguise and sneaks out of the palace one night to spy on him, she stumbles upon a black market dealing in the very thing she lacks—storm magic. And the people selling it? They’re not Stormlings. They’re storm hunters.

Legend says that her ancestors first gained their magic by facing a storm and stealing part of its essence. And when a handsome young storm hunter reveals he was born without magic, but possesses it now, Aurora realizes there’s a third option for her future besides ruin or marriage. 

She might not have magic now, but she can steal it if she’s brave enough. 

Challenge a tempest. Survive it. And you become its master.


Cora Carmack thrills in this new Young Adult Fantasy novel. It's no secret that Carmack is an amazing storyteller; from her swoony boys, to the headstrong yet relatable heroines. I know that after reading a book by her, that I'll be transported to into another world. And that's always welcome in my book. 

If you couldn't tell before, I loved this. I liked the world building, the characters were all on point, and I look forward to being able to continue in a new series. Unfortunately, I didn't much care for the romance. Gasp! I know right, but I felt like Aurora was able to hold her own without any type of boy in the storyline. Yes, romance is nice to have but Roar is much more than that! It's all about a heroine we can relate to. Rora is strong, beautiful, vulnerable, and I liked her spunk. I think she's one of my favorite characters Carmack has ever written. 

As I was saying earlier about the world building. I thought it was very well thought out and interesting. I loved the whole concept of storm magic. And once secrets start coming out, well it's only the beginning a wonderful ride. Now as I also mentioned before about the guys. While I didn't much care for them on a romantic level, I did very much like them as characters. The two boys in question are Prince Cassius and Locke. I liked them both for different reasons and even though one can be considered bad; I loved him all the more for it. 

Overall, I think this is the start to something wonderful. Fans of fantasy, strong female leads, and romance will devour this book like there is no tomorrow. And then begging for the author to hurry up and write the next book! I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm going to be like that! This is a huge GO and no doubt on top of my list of what to read next. 

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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About Cora Carmack:
Cora Carmack is a twenty-something writer who likes to write about twenty-something characters. She's done a multitude of things in her life-- boring jobs (like working retail), Fun jobs (like working in a theatre), stressful jobs (like teaching), and dream jobs (like writing). She enjoys placing her characters in the most awkward situations possible, and then trying to help them get a boyfriend out of it. Awkward people need love, too. She is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Losing It series. 

***Please note: I am rarely on goodreads, so if you're trying to get a hold of me, the best places to find me are Twitter, Facebook, my blog, Instagram, and via email (coracarmack(at)gmail(dot)com). 

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Review - DATING YOU/HATING YOU by Christina Lauren

Publisher: Gallery Books
Pub. Date: June 6,2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Print ARC from pub
Rating: 5

All’s fair in love and work. The first standalone romance by New York Times and #1 international bestselling author Christina Lauren (Beautiful Bastard) is a sexy, compulsively readable romantic comedy that dives headlong into the thrill and doubt of modern love.

Despite the odds against them from an embarrassing meet-awkward at a mutual friend’s Halloween party, Carter and Evie immediately hit it off. Even the realization that they’re both high-powered agents at competing firms in Hollywood isn’t enough to squash the fire.

But when their two agencies merge—causing the pair to vie for the same position—all bets are off. What could have been a beautiful, blossoming romance turns into an all-out war of sabotage. Carter and Evie are both thirtysomething professionals—so why can’t they act like it?

Can Carter stop trying to please everyone and see how their mutual boss is really playing the game? Can Evie put aside her competitive nature long enough to figure out what she really wants in life? Can their actor clients just be something close to human? Whether these two Hollywood love/hatebirds get the storybook Hollywood ending or just a dramedy of epic proportions, you will get to enjoy Christina Lauren’s heartfelt, raucous, and hilarious romance style at its finest.

Dating you Review

Okay, what can I say that hasn't already been said? Christina Lauren has hit it out of the park with this one. I can honestly say that this particular book by them may be one of my favorites to date. It was fun, flirty, sexy, and had me grinning from the first page. Fans of The Hating Game, I think this one will be right up your alley!

Evie and Carter meet in the cutest way. I know that if I were to ever meet someone and hit it off, it would most definitely be the way they met. Dating You/Hating You is the classic love/hate, arch-nemesis but 'secretly want to bang you' story. It's the type of story that won't ever play out, at least in my eyes, because it's so rich in angst and romance. The two leads were absolutely amazing, and I enjoyed their witty banter. I kind of wish their was a little more "hate" scenes though!

You might think you see the synopsis for what it is and immediately think that it's just like every other romance  book you've read. But I can assure you, it's completely unique! I adored everything from Carter and Evie, to the supporting cast, and most of all I loved how insanely romantic it was. Two people falling in love but then start an all out war over a job they both want? What's not to love!? 

Now, days later, I'm still thinking of our two delicious main characters. Readers, I think you'll be more than happy once your able to get your hands on this baby. It's sexiness blown up times a hundred. I stayed up all night reading the book and I can guarantee you it was well worth it. Who needs sleep when you absolutely can't pull your eyes away from a world an author created? Especially, when inside the book, there's a sexy man just waiting for you to read him!

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 
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About the Author Duo:
Christina Lauren is the combined pen name of long-time writing partners/besties/soulmates/brain-twins Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings. The coauthor duo writes both Young Adult and Adult Fiction, and together has produced fourteen New York Times bestselling novels. Their books have been translated into 31+ languages. (Some of these books have kissing. Some of these books have A LOT of kissing.)

We don't respond to private messages here, so please contact us via twitter (@seeCwrite for Christina and @LolaShoes for Lauren) or our site. Thank you!!

Review + Interview - MR. RIGHT-SWIPE by Ricki Schultz

You guys! I can't tell you how excited I am to have Ms. Schultz on the blog today. I read her new novel - Mr. Right-Swipe and was filled with giggles throughout the book. It was funny and refreshing because it has an amazing take on modern dating. I, myself, have not tried the whole online dating that's all the rage these days. I've been married since I was nineteen! So, it's nice to live vicariously through a book. Weird? Maybe.
 Rae is a *ray* of sunshine and smartassery. I liked her outlook on life, but what really made me love her, was the passion she had for teaching. My favorite part in the book surprsingly was when she read her class The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. It may have seem like a small part in the book but to me, it really opened up my mind to the type of person she was.
The romance aspect and the dates were fun. It was so, so entertaining. If you're looking for something light, funny, and an all around good book, this one will not disappoint!
I'd also like to point out the interview down below. The last question about what book boyfriend Ms. Schultz would swipe right on...I just have to say, I agree. I would totally choose him too! Harry Potter nerd for the win!
Thank you so much Ricki for taking the time out and letting us know you a little better. I hope you have an amazing release day!

Rae Wallace would rather drown in a vat of pinot greezh and be eaten by her own beagle than make another trip down the aisle--even if it is her best friend's wedding. She's too busy molding the minds of first graders and polishing that ol' novel in the drawer to waste time on any man, unless it's Jason Segel.
But when her be-fris stage an intervention, Rae is forced to give in. After all, they've hatched a plan to help her find love the 21st century way: online. She's skeptical of this electronic chlamydia catcher, but she's out to prove she hasn't been too picky with men.
However, when a familiar fella's profile pops up--the dangerously hot substitute teacher from work (Nick)--Rae swipes herself right into a new problem... 

1. First and foremost, where did you come up with such a wonderful idea for a book?

At one of my friends’ launch parties, I was standing in the kitchen with a bunch of married ladies. My agent, one of them, started asking me how my whole dating thing was going. So I groaned, rolled my eyes, and fired up some dating apps. Their eyes lit with the screen at this foreign world to them, and they were trying to get me to swipe this way and that, when I started giving them my reasons for swiping. They were all laughing at my ridiculousness (and probably thanking their lucky stars that they’re married!). A week later, my agent called and said, “This is what you should be writing!” Six months later? An editor at Grand Central (now MY editor!) was asking for pages!

2. What's the most memorable date you've had?

Hmm. That’s tough because my memory is long. The most memorable date I’ve had in recent history was when the guy ordered beef tartare and tried to tell me when I asked Doesn’t “tartare” that mean it’s raw? that that’s not what it means (Um. Yeah, it is) and then made such a huge deal over the fact that I didn’t want to try it (Im a grown-ass woman who knows whether or not she likes raw beef. Plus, I have a terrible stomach and know if I can or cannot handle something. Plus, I shouldn’t have to give reasons as to why I don’t want to try a goddamn appetizer.) that the people at the next table were giving me the wide-eyes. 

So I grabbed the damn beef tartare and tried it, just to shut him up. 

This was our second (and final) date.

Not that raw beef is a deal breaker for me or anything—I’m not nuts—but the kind of insistence over something as dumb as that . . . and then the insistence when I’d eaten it that I’d liked it and wasn’t I glad I tried it (I did not, and, no, I wasn’t) is something I saw as kind of a metaphor for that guy’s personality. Nothing against him, but that’s kind of a clash for me. IMHO, we shouldn’t be having an argument—stupid or otherwise—on date two. And don’t tell me that’s okay (which he did), because it’s not.

As my one friend pointed out, it’s probaby a metaphor for how he’d be in bed too. 

3. Do you have any advice for the single crowd still trying to find "the one"?

Yes. Don’t! No, I’m just kidding. My advice would be BE HONEST. Be honest about what it is you’re looking for, be honest in the way you represent yourself, and be honest if you discover you aren’t into the person.

You do have to put yourself out there, and I know that’s hard and icky sometimes—but if you don’t, you won’t.

4. You're stranded on a desert island, what book do you have with you?

Ugh, I’m so weird. Probably The Great Gatsby or Of Mice and Men.

5. What book changed your life?

John Knowles’s A Separate Peace. The complexity of that friendship and the way the tale is woven have definitely inspired many a manuscript for me.

6. Last but not least, name a book boyfriend you'd swipe right on!
I’d definitely Swipe Right on Carter in Christina Lauren’s newest book—with which I share a book birthday!—Dating You Hating You! Harry Potter nerd? Rolled-sleeve dress shirts? (It doesn’t take much for me. ;) ) So dreamy! Sooooo sexy!

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*Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy for an unbiased and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


Review: THE SUNSHINE SISTERS by Jane Green

Publisher: Berkley Books
Pub. Date: June 6,2017
Genre: Women's Fiction
Source: Print ARC from pub
Rating: 2

The New York Times bestselling author of Falling presents a warm, wise, and wonderfully vivid novel about a mother who asks her three estranged daughters to come home to help her end her life.

Ronni Sunshine left London for Hollywood to become a beautiful, charismatic star of the silver screen. But at home, she was a narcissistic, disinterested mother who alienated her three daughters. 

As soon as possible, tomboy Nell fled her mother's overbearing presence to work on a farm and find her own way in the world as a single mother. The target of her mother s criticism, Meredith never felt good enough, thin enough, pretty enough. Her life took her to London and into the arms of a man whom she may not even love. And Lizzy, the youngest, more like Ronni than any of them, seemed to have it easy, using her drive and ambition to build a culinary career to rival her mother's fame, while her marriage crumbled around her. 

But now the Sunshine Girls are together again, called home by Ronni, who has learned that she has a serious disease and needs her daughters to fulfill her final wishes. And though Nell, Meredith, and Lizzy are all going through crises of their own, their mother s illness draws them together to confront old jealousies and secret fears and they discover that blood might be thicker than water after all.

I keep going back and forth on this one. On one hand I liked it and it kept me interested enough. Then on the other hand, I wasn't sad to see the book end or to say goodbye to the characters. I had a tough time liking them. The mother, what you see is what you get - we already know that she is a horrible person from the time we first see her. The daughters were iffy to me. The one I may have liked the most was Meredith and even then, it was very little. I felt terrible for her and how she never felt good enough. I didn't like Lizzy at all, and Nell was just there. I didn't dislike her but I didn't like her either.

There was a point in the book where I thought that I could maybe see myself enjoying where the story was headed. Then, I would just lose interest. I like Jane Green and I think her writing has always been superb. The Sunshine Sisters just didn't work for me though. As much as I wish I could have loved the book, it just never made me want to invest further in the story or it's characters. It's a very drama filled plot and the end is good. So if you're even just a little bit curious despite what I had to say, I would definitely suggest giving it a try.

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a a copy for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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About the Author:
Jane Green's eighteenth novel, Falling, is soon to be released with Berkley/Penguin; she is the author of sixteen previous New York Times Bestselling novels, and known as one of the world's leading authors in women's fiction, with over ten million books in print, and translations in over 25 languages. 

Previous novels have included The Beach House, Second Chance, Jemima J, and Tempting Fate.

She joined the ABC News team to write their first enhanced digital book— about the history of Royal marriages, then joined ABC News as a live correspondent covering Prince William’s wedding to Kate Middleton. 

A former journalist in the UK, she has had her own radio show on BBC Radio London, and is a regular contributor on radio and TV, including as well as regularly appearing on television shows including Good Morning America, The Martha Stewart show, and The Today Show.

Together with writing books and blogs, she contributes to various publications, both online and print, including anthologies and novellas, and features for The Huffington Post, The Sunday Times, Cosmopolitan and Self. She has taught at writers conferences, and does regular keynote speaking, and has a weekly column in The Lady magazine, England’s longest running weekly magazine.

A graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York, Green is bringing out her first cookbook: Good Taste , with Berkley in October 2016. 

She is a storyteller for The Moth radio hour on NPR, 
and lives in Westport, Connecticut with her husband and their blended family. When she is not writing, cooking, gardening, filling her house with friends and herding chickens, she is usually thanking the Lord for caffeine-filled energy drinks. 

A cancer survivor, she continues to raise awareness for Malignant Melanoma, Hashimoto's Disease, and Lyme Disease.
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