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Two sisters share the surprising highs and cringeworthy lows of social media fame, when their most private thoughts become incredibly public in this fresh and funny debut novel.
The once-close Sunday sisters have not done a bang-up job of keeping in touch. Cassie is consumed with trying to make her life work as a Manhattan wife and mom to twin toddlers, while her bighearted sister, Sid, lives an expat’s life of leisure in far-off Singapore. So Sid, who shuns social media, challenges Cassie to reconnect through old-fashioned letters.
Soon, the letters become a kind of mutual confessional that have real and soul-satisfying effects. They just might have the power to help Cassie save her marriage, and give Sid the strength to get her life back on track.
But first, one of Cassie’s infamous lapses in judgment comes back to bite her, and all of the letters wind up in the one place you’d never, ever want to see them: the Internet . . . READERS GUIDE INSIDE
About the Author
Lisa Beazley has worked in journalism and public relations for more than fifteen years. Keep Me Posted is her first novel.
“[A] remarkably insightful look at motherhood and marriage and the horrible wonderful messiness of family life . . . An irreverent, funny, beautiful tale of learning how to say goodbye to the girl you once were and to embrace the incredible woman you’ve become.”—Karen White, New York Times bestselling author of Spinning the Moon
“Beazley doesn’t merely nail the look of upper-middle-class wifedom and motherhood, she reaches deep into her characters’ wandering minds and plucks out comically relatable quips. With spot-on writing, endearing characters and deliciously satisfying plotlines, Keep Me Posted proves a hilariously entertaining read.”—The Associated Press
“This novel of two sisters separated by continents and time zones is a treat. Read it! And share it. You will not be disappointed!”—Deborah Rodriguez, New York Times bestselling author of Kabul Beauty School and The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul
“Chock-full of wit, wisdom, and the unexpected consequences of innocent choices.”—Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling author of The Idea of Love
“[A] keen-eyed, entertaining portrait of sisterhood in the age of social media . . . Beazley’s breezy, welcoming writing style draws readers right in, and her evocation of the bond between Sid and Cassie—occasionally competitive, but never catty—rings true . . . Warmhearted, insightful, and often funny, Keep Me Posted is a tribute to sisterhood, forgiveness and the power of a handwritten letter.”—Shelf Awareness
“This debut brims with snarky humor, warm affection and subtle wisdom . . . The story captivates. The letters shared between the sisters and the glimpses into Cassie’s harried life give their tale an unexpected depth . . . Though their story will appeal to wives and mothers, women of all ages will identify with Cassie and Sid.”—RT Book Reviews
“Witty and truthful, a charming but thoroughly modern take on parenting, marriage, and sibling relations in the digital age. I tore through Keep Me Posted.”—Elyssa Friedland, author of Love and Miss Communication
“This debut novel is both a sharply observed comedy . . . and a thoughtful meditation on the transformative power of human connection.”—Kate Hilton, international bestselling author of The Hole in the Middle
“Surprising and charming. . . . I loved every minute of this unexpected and hilarious adventure.”—Amy FitzHenry, author of Cold Feet
“Readers can’t help but root for Cassie Sunday, the funny, flawed, and infinitely relatable heroine of Lisa Beazley’s Keep Me Posted . . . An engaging story that is equal parts comedy and cautionary tale.”—Melissa DeCarlo, author of The Art of Crash Landing
“A devastatingly witty novel.”—Erika Mailman, author of Woman of Ill Fame
“In her satisfying debut in the field of women’s fiction, Beazley creates some real moments of concern for Cassie and her relationships with her loved ones. Offer this to fans of Anna Maxted, Sophie Kinsella, and Meg Cabot.”—Booklist