Check out my latest book review on L.M. Stull’s debut novel “A Thirty-Something Girl.” Reminiscent of Sex and The City, a 30-chic story of self-discovery and female comradery, this novel is a fresh, fast and easy read. Here is an excerpt of the full review and select my book review tab for the full review.
“Maybe hidden under the dark & heavy layers of despair and doubt lies a shred of Hope.” L.M. Stull’s debut novel “A Thirty-Something Girl” is a story of self-discovery, life & death and true friendship. The protagonist Hope, a newly turned 30 year old, has had a string of bad luck that would cripple the best of people. With the aid and support of her close friends, Hope begins on a journey and stumbles across someone who will end up helping her along the way. Old wounds will be healed, new ones will be inflicted, but the true gem is the mantra “pick yourself up, dust yourself off and keep on going…”