Who are you really? Do you even know?
So today I want to talk to you about a new release coming 1 July...
THE SEVEN DAY SWITCH by Kelly Harms
This is a fantastic - in my opinion, twist on the old Freaky Friday favourite. However, desipte being a story featuring mothers and daughters... it's no mother daughter twist. And because of that it's one of the best and definately most relatable story I've read in a long time. Even with the whole switching souls part, it reads so well you'd swear it this can and does happen.
This is a book I really encourage you all to read. It's for all of us. For any mum who works outside the home, for any that is lucky enough to work in. For any woman who has looed at another and thought herself surerior, for any who's looked and felt lacking. For anyone who's struggled to 'keep up with the Joneses'. For anyone who's simply looked around her house and wondered why there's a hole in that wall and dishes piling up.
For anyone who's drunk too much vodka and had an out of body experience and for anyone who really wishes that they could. How do others really see you? Who do you think you are? Are any of us who others or even ourselves think we are? This story is for all of us!
Celeste Mason is the Pinterest stay-at-home supermom of other mothers’ nightmares. Despite her all-organic, SunButter-loving, free-range kids, her immaculate home, and her volunteering awards, she still has time to relax with a nice glass of pinot at the end of the day. The only thing that ruins it all is her workaholic, career-obsessed neighbor, who makes no secret of what she thinks of Celeste’s life choices every chance she gets.
Wendy Charles is a celebrated productivity consultant, columnist, and speaker. On a minute-by-minute schedule, she makes the working-mom hustle look easy. She even spends at least one waking hour a day with her kids. She’s not apologizing for a thing. Especially to Celeste, who plays her superior parenting against Wendy whenever she can.
Who do Celeste and Wendy think they are? They’re about to find out thanks to one freaky week. After a neighborhood potluck and too much sangria, they wake up—um, what?—in each other’s bodies. Everything Celeste and Wendy thought they knew about the “other kind of mom” is flipped upside down—along with their messy, complicated, maybe not so different lives