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What happens when a book nerd (ahem, ME) becomes too busy to read? Well, sad violins can definitely be heard in the distance.
Reading is one of my true great passions in life. My degree is even in English, so, let’s just say that I’ve spent a great deal of my life reveling in good books.
It’s easy to get caught in a cycle that feels too busy for life’s simple pleasures.
Of course, one of the perks of working from home means I can make some popcorn at noon on a Tuesday and cozy up with a great book if I want to.
I just have to give myself permission.
It’s that easy, ladies. Just give yourself permission spend the whole afternoon reading a pageturner.
An absolutely compelling piece of fiction like Lies by T.M. Logan is the perfect companion for your mini-escape!
Just whip-up your favorite snack or beverage, get comfy and then get lost.
In your book, that is.
I decided to pop myself a bag of popcorn, light a candle, and grab my favorite ultra-soft blanket. Carving out some time to become absolutely lost in a book is so gratifying!
And this book… y’all. I couldn’t put it down. I think I made it through about a third of the book on the first day, and then devoured the rest in a few more sittings.
About LIES by T.M. Logan
What if you had a perfect life, the perfect wife and the perfect child, and then, in one shattering moment, you discover nothing is as it seems?
It’s the evening drive home from work, a route Joe Lynch has taken a hundred times with his young son.
But when he unexpectedly sees his wife’s car ahead of them, he decides to follow her and ends up witnessing her secret rendezvous with another man. The encounter will tear two families apart and leave an innocent man set up to take the fall for a murder.
Joe finds himself in the sights of a ruthless killer determined to destroy everything he treasures. He will do whatever it takes to protect his family, but as the net tightens around him, his life begins to fall apart. Soon, Joe is in a life or death struggle with a cunning opponent who is always one step ahead.
Lies poses the question: Can we ever really trust those closest to us?
As much as I love to read, I don’t have time to invest in books that don’t keep me riveted.
When I read, I want to escape into a world that looks nothing like my own. Lies by T.M. Logan definitely kept me guessing right up until the end.
Trust me, you’re going to love this book!
Give yourself permission, you DESERVE IT! ❤️