8 hours ago
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Author Kathy Carmichael takes us along on a fun journey with Amy from the time she receives the first blackmail note to the solution of her husband’s disappearance. Along the way, we meet Amy’s friends and extended family, some of whom are down right nutty and some who are even nuttier.
Diary of a Confessions Queen was a fun read that kept me turning pages. It also gave me greater appreciation of my family. They’re not nearly as crazy as I thought, not compared to Amy’s.
If you’re looking for a fun read, I recommend Diary of a Confessions Queen.
FTC Disclaimer: Medallion Press sent me this book. They did not ask for a review. I wrote this because I liked the book and thought others might as well. I may lend it to my older sister since I think she’d like it. On second thought, I may not. She used to beat me up when we were kids. I still have a chipped front tooth to prove it. I’ll just tell her about the book and laugh. And run. Fast. And far.