Cassie and Sid Sunday, once as close as sisters could be, have drifted apart. Cassie’s struggling as a stay-at-home mother to twin toddlers in Manhattan, while Sid lives an expat’s life of leisure in far-off Singapore. It doesn’t help that Sid spurns social media while Cassie is addicted to her iPhone.
So when Sid suggests they reconnect the old-fashioned way—through real, handwritten letters—Cassie is on board. Intimate and honest, their correspondence becomes a kind of mutual confessional and renews their bond. But Cassie’s made a big mistake—one that their relationship, not to mention their marriages, might not survive.
Keep Me Posted is a fresh and funny debut about the struggles of keeping in touch, keeping it real and keeping it together.
Lisa Beazley has worked in journalism and public relations for more than fifteen years. Keep Me Posted is her first novel.
‘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 The Kabul Beauty School and The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
There’s so much to love in this debut novel, which revolves around the relationship between two adult sisters who make a pact to send each other handwritten letters over the span of a year. Cassie is the frustrated mother raising twin three-year-old boys in a tiny Manhattan apartment; Sid is a trained midwife playing the role of expat housewife in Singapore. The two sisters used to be close as thieves, but adult life has wedged them apart. Their candid missives to each other gave us so much to relate to—and just as much to laugh about.
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