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Traveling Sister Reads

Norma and I are really excited about our upcoming Traveling Sister Reads. We are really happy and excited to welcome our two new Traveling Sisters Kaceey and Jen!

We are looking forward to reading the following books for our upcoming Traveling Sister Reads:

I Liked My Life by Abby Fabiaschi (FINISHED READING), It Happens All the Time by Amy Hathvany and The Blessing of the Animals by Katrina Kittle (currently reading with Lindsay)

The Stand by Stephen King (FINISHED READING with Kaceey)

The Last Chid by John Hart and In The Quiet by Eliza Henry-Jones (FINISHED READING with Jen)

It’s going to be so much fun!  Thank you, Sisters for joining us on these reads!

Currently Reading: The Blessings of the Animals by Katrina Kittle

The Blessings of the AnimalsThe Blessings of the Animals by Katrina Kittle

On Deck Traveling Sisters Read with Brenda, Lindsay & Norma

From Goodreads:  From Katrina Kittle, critically acclaimed author of The Kindness of Strangers, comes a wry and moving story of forgiveness, flexibility, happiness, and the art of moving on.

Veterinarian Cami Anderson has hit a rough patch. Stymied by her recent divorce, she wonders if there are secret ingredients to a happy, long-lasting marriage or if the entire institution is outdated and obsolete. Couples all around her are approaching important milestones. Her parents are preparing to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary. Her brother and his partner find their marriage dreams legally blocked. Her former sister-in-law—still her best friend—is newly engaged. The youthfully exuberant romance of her teenage daughter is developing complications. And three separate men—including her ex-husband—are becoming entangled in Cami’s messy post-marital love life.

But as she struggles to come to terms with her own doubts amid this chaotic circus of relationships, Cami finds strange comfort in an unexpected confidant: an angry, unpredictable horse in her care. With the help of her equine soul mate, she begins to make sense of marriage’s great mysteries—and its disconnects.

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