April 5, 2016

Keep Me Posted

"We choose to believe that the Slow News Sisters are real, if only they would reveal themselves." ~ 77%

Sisters Cassie and Sid have not kept in touch must as they would like to. Life takes different turns; Sid lives a life of leisure in Singapore while Cassie is an iPhone-clutching wife and mom to twin toddlers in Manhattan. Their lives are so opposite. So the sisters decide to keep in touch the old-fashioned way through handwritten letters.

The pen pal experiment is going well until it becomes very public. In an effort to save the letters, Cassie gets the bright idea to scan and store them on a private blog. You guessed it—the worst thing that can happen, happens. The sisters' highs and lows of life are published online in error. EEK!

I loved that the main characters were sisters with a close relationship. Even more so, I adored them handwriting and snail-mailing letters like true pen pals. Keep Me Posted is a good concept for a funny debut novel. But overall the story was just okay.

Happy Pub Day, Lisa Beazley! Keep Me Posted is available today.

Disclaimer: This book was received directly from the publisher for review purposes only. In no way does it influence my review. The opinions I have expressed are honestly my own and would be the same if I spent my hard-earned coins.

Title: Keep Me Posted
Author: Lisa Beazley
Published: April 2016
Pages: 320
Edition: Galley
Rating: ♥♥♡


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