Why is a book under Movie Monday, you ask?
Because in this book, you need to know your Bette Davis movie!
This is a fun little bite of chick lit, perfect for taking away the holiday stress! While the astute reader will have a sense of what is coming next, you want to keep reading. With lots of film references, modern scenarios and some vintage movie lore, mixed with a non-typical romance (people over 30!!!) in a MG across the country, and you have a fun book that you'll be telling your friends about. And if you love Bette Davis movies, then you'll love all the references! Don't miss this one!
About the Author:
Jane Lotter is a Seattle-based writer and humorist whose work has appeared in national publications. Her hilarious column Jane Explains ran in the Jet City Maven (later The Seattle Sun) from 1999 to 2005, winning several awards, including a first place for humorous writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. Jane’s debut novel, The Bette Davis Club, is a character-driven comedy and coast-to-coast romp that won first place in the Mainstream Novel category in the 2009 Pacific Northwest Writers Association’s literary contest. Jane’s own favorite humor writers are Nora Ephron, Sophie Kinsella, and Carrie Fisher.