“Good Grief” by Lotty LollyWeston, Wilson Winston. Lolly Winston.
The name sounds so simple, and I have YET to say it correctly. It’s like when you forget how to pronounce “of”. Your heart says but it’s so easy and your brain says you’re just dumb.
I was really excited to read this book because I’m a writer, and it’s intriguing to find a book written about grief to be, “Filled with laugh-out-loud humor, struggles, triumphs, and plenty of midnight trips to the fridge…”
Mostly, I read this book just to see if Ms. Winston could pull it off.
Today is the day. The long awaited first blog post for our #BekahsBooks Blog Book Club.
We read An Abundance Of Katherines, we #BekahsBooks tweeted, we Instagrammed, we will stop beginning sentences with “we” and start the discussion and review already.
AnAbundance Of Katherines is about a “washed up prodigy” named Colin Singleton who is repeatedly dumped by girls named Katherine. After Katherine #19, as Colin was again mourning his loss with his cheek against the carpet of his bedroom floor, his best friend suggested a road trip.