Monday, June 5, 2017

Fishing With RayAnne

I love this book so much. I haven't even finished it and I can't help but review it. I have laughed out loud repeatedly and can't put it down. Unless it would take an odd dark turn I can't imagine that I won't love it to the end.                                                                                                                                         Ava Finch, aka Sara Stonich does it again. Chapter Chatters fell in love with "These Granite Islands" (No Nancy it's not about a kitchen) and we were excited to read this too.  We try not to read an author twice as a group (So many books,so little time...) but when something comes highly recommended we just have to jump in. (And she created a nom de plume so no rules were broken in the reading of this book!)  It's always fun to read something with local flavor, and who doesn't love to sit in a boat and contemplate life. I had so many clever line highlighted on my kindle I finally had to stop just because it was slowing me down.  I love an author with a great, and sassy, command of the English language.  Can't wait to discuss...On a pontoon of course.    (And I'm throwing in a few pictures of my niece and her catches!)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Here are a few things from her website which I encourage you to peruse,

Meet my soul-twin, nom de plume, Ava, whose debut Fishing With RayAnne lands a former fishing pro out of her league as host of the first all-woman fishing-talk show on public television.’
'Finch is an author to watch.' Booklist

‘Poignant and honest, funny and wise... a novel to cherish. Populated with authentic and engaging characters, written with style and ease...delightfully witty.'
Marrisa Stapley, author of Mating For Life.

'... the delicate balance of loving the crazy family you’ve been given, making a difference in the lives of others and knowing that even if it feels like it sometimes, we’re not in this life alone.' Minneapolis Star Tribune

'A laugh-out-loud debut.'Sarah Pekkanen, author of Things you Won't Say.

2 of Chelsie's catches....YAY CHELSE!

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