Review Opportunity: When We Talk by Carrie Crafton

Posted July 20, 2021 by Lola in Adult, Review Opportunity

I am organizing a review opportunity for When We Talk by Carrie Crafton. ‘When We Talk’ is about unexpected friendships that span generations.

Review copies are available in eformats and there’s no deadline before when you have to review.

When We TalkWhen We Talk
by Carrie Crafton
Genre: Chicklit
Age category: Adult
Release Date: 22 October 2020

Lucy was born and bred in Chicago. She lives and breathes it. So when her husband, Joel, convinces her to move back to his home in Michigan, she doesn’t realize what she’s agreeing to. As her daughter starts kindergarten, Lucy’s world should be opening up. Instead she finds herself floundering. Small-town life with fewer opportunities and exclusive friendships is hard to navigate. And a mother-in-law who seems to judge her every move doesn’t help. Self-doubt creeps in and Lucy begins to question her own abilities as well as her marriage.

But just as her confidence seems to be deserting her, some unlikely acquaintances come her way.

When We Talk is a story of friendship. It’s about what happens when you take the time to see beyond initial appearances and take a chance at something more.


About the Author:

Carrie Crafton was born in Michigan and spent many happy summers on the beaches of Lake Michigan. It captured her heart and has remained a prominent feature in her writing. After receiving her B.A. in English at Michigan State University, she moved to the opposite side of the Lake. It was there, in Chicago, that she met her Irish husband. Making the decision to return home with him, she lived in Ireland for over a decade. Her time there opened her up to new experiences and new ways of life.

Recently she has returned to Michigan, moving her family back to the beaches she grew up on.

Carrie has dreamt of being a writer since she was a child and never lost that passion. Her writing reflects what she has learned in both countries, focusing on the relationships of friends and families, and the experiences that test and bind them.

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