(As per usual, minor spoilers might be floating around down here)
Plot: 18-year old Peyton Hamilton–after a horrible family tragedy–has her entire life turned around when she’s forced to move in with Aunt Charity.
I tend to elaborate on the plots, but let’s just say there’s trauma, there’s horrible pasts, there’s beautiful futures, and the unfolding of a great relationship between (semi-estranged) aunt and niece.
I’ve read one other book by Baer. I liked it, I really did, but there were things about it that made it difficult to get into, stylistic characteristics that (for me), made me take a while to get excited about.
But this time I came prepared. I knew about Baer, I knew about how he writes (which is bloody beautiful by the way), and I dove in head first, knowing what to expect.
Boy was I wrong.
This book was better. Let’s just get that…
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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.
Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?
My name is Jackson Baer, and I’m thirty-four.
Fiona: Where are you from?
I’m from Woodstock, Georgia, and I now live in Cartersville, Georgia. I’m a little less than an hour north of Atlanta and about an hour and fifteen minutes south of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Fiona: A little about your self (ie, your education, family life, etc.).
I was born and raised in Georgia, spending the first seventeen years of my life in Woodstock. As an adult, I’ve lived in Oklahoma, California, Connecticut, Oregon, and now in Georgia for the past four years. I graduated from Oregon State University after going back to school when I was twenty-seven. I’m about to celebrate fifteen years of marriage, and we have…
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The talented Jennifer Moorman graciously interviewed me on her blog. Check it out by clicking on the picture below: