I really enjoyed this novel because it made me think about how well I know myself and those around me. As the story begins Julian, a lonely widow and semi-famous artist, leaves a green notebook labeled the Authenticity Project at Monica's cafe. Inside Julian writes about his life and challenges the next person, who finds it, to do the same and answer the following question; share your truth and reveal the one thing about you that defines you and makes everything about you fall into place. As the notebook is discovered by Monica and Hazard and Riley and others new friendships are created and truths about oneself revealed.
This is an enjoyable inspirational book which is broken down into 365 quotes, one for each day of the year. Hoda, after each quote, writes a personal account of how it relates to her life or someone that she knows. I recommend this title for anyone who is a fan of Maria Shriver or Rachel Hollis.
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This is an insightful read for women born between 1965 and 1980, the Gen X generation, who are feeling unsettled or perhaps experiencing a mid-life crisis. Through research and interviews, with women from various backgrounds, this book describes issues related to health, finances, and more that the women of this particular generation may have experienced. While reading, you realize you are not alone and that this is a topic which needs to be discussed.
First love, heartbreak, and second chances, this book has it all. While in London travelling with their grandparents Tate (18) and Sam (21) meet and experience an intense two-week romance but fate has other plans and they each leave London heartbroken and alone. Fourteen years later, they are reunited when Tate is cast as the leading actress in the movie version of Sam's novel, Milkweed.
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