Liz is one of those people I liked before we ever met. We first started talking on someone’s Facebook page and I was pretty darn excited that the famous “Beer Wench” was talking to me! Then I met her and realized how down-to-earth, smart and cool she is. Her new book is coming out and I am pleased to be a part of a “blog hop” to promote this book! Truth be told, she could write a book called “TeacherPatti is Bullshit” and I would still promote the crap out of it (get it?).
I am not the only one involved so please check out the Link to other participating bloggers!
Oh yeah…you can also win something!
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But for now, check out what this book is about:
Strong personalities—volatile marriages—stressful careers—conflicting goals—difficult children.
Contemporary challenges facing close-knit families form the crucible that forges a new generation.
Brandis, Gabriel, Blair and Lillian emerge from the entanglement of their parents’ longstanding emotional connections, but one’s star will burn brighter – and hotter – than the others.
With a personality that consumes everyone and everything in its path, Brandis Gordon struggles to maintain control as he ricochets between wild success and miserable failure. His life proves how even the strongest relationships can be strangled by the ties that bind.
Brandis and Gabe Frietag are as close as any brothers, bound by both loyalty and fierce rivalry. The strength of their ultimate alliance is tested time and again by Brandis’ choices.
Companions from birth, Blair Frietag and Lillian Robinson share loner tendencies, but come to rely on each other through adolescence. As they mature, both are forced to confront their feelings for the men they knew as boys.
Somewhere between the tangle of good memories and bad, independence and addiction, optimism and despair, the intertwined destinies of the new generation finally collide, leaving some stronger, others broken, but none unscathed.
As a chronicle of three families navigating the minefields of teen years into the turbulence of young adulthood, Good Faith holds up a literary mirror to contemporary life with joys and temptations unflinchingly reflected. Its fresh, real-life voice portrays the sheer volatility of human nature, complete with the hopes, dreams, and unexpected setbacks of marriage, parenthood and “coming of age.”
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So check this out! How often do you get to read a good book by a really good person? See you there!