I've Got Sand in All the Wrongplaces

I ve Got Sand in All the Wrongplaces Lisa and Francesca are back with another collection of warm and witty stories that will strike a chord with every woman This six book series is among the best reviewed humor books published today and

  • Title: I've Got Sand in All the Wrongplaces
  • Author: Lisa Scottoline Francesca Serritella
  • ISBN: 9781410491251
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Hardcover
  • I've Got Sand in All the Wrongplaces

    Lisa and Francesca are back with another collection of warm and witty stories that will strike a chord with every woman This six book series is among the best reviewed humor books published today and has been compared to the late greats, Erma Bombeck and Nora Ephron Delia Ephron said of the fifth book in the series, Have a Nice Guilt Trip, Lisa and Francesca, mother aLisa and Francesca are back with another collection of warm and witty stories that will strike a chord with every woman This six book series is among the best reviewed humor books published today and has been compared to the late greats, Erma Bombeck and Nora Ephron Delia Ephron said of the fifth book in the series, Have a Nice Guilt Trip, Lisa and Francesca, mother and daughter, bring you the laughter of their lives once again and better than ever You will identify with these tales of guilt and fall in love with them and fierce grand Mother Mary This seventh volume will not disappoint as it hits the humorous and poignant note that fans have come to expect from the beloved mother daughter duo.

    I ve Got That Old Feeling Two Highways I ve Got That Old Feeling Every Time You Say Goodbye White Rocks and Sand Cave Cumberland Gap Hiking Bill Near the Cumberland Gap, and located on the long Cumberland Mountain ridgeline, are two awesome formations known as White Rocks and Sand Cave. Reese Witherspoon Opens Up About Leaving an Abusive In the latest episode of Oprah s SuperSoul Conversations, actress Reese Witherspoon opens up about a time in her youth when she realized that she had to leave a psychologically and verbally abusive relationship.A line got drawn in the sand, and it got crossed, and my brain just switched, and I knew it was going to be very difficult, but I just couldn t go any further, Reese tells Oprah. Sand artist wows judges on America s Got Talent The A talented sand animation artist who won Ukraine s Got Talent ten years ago wowed the judges and audience with an emotional performance on America s Got Talent The Champions on Raising Sand Lonely Runs Both Ways Raising Sand Essential Alison Krauss Making Green Sand I ve wanted to cast metal for a long time I ve had the equipment, the supplies, green sand, and everything else ready for months now well, I finally got around to it Making Green Sand Green Sand is used for metal casting Simply put, it is a mixture of sand, bentonite clay, and a bit of water. DIY Sand Imprints Paging Fun Mums Leave the plaster to set as per directions on packet or longer Once you re sure your plaster has set you can remove the cardboard from the front, tip the frame over and dust off the excess sand. Why Your Backyard Chickens Will Love Sand in Their Coop We live in South Texas and I have also used inches sand over a dirt floor for many years We take our trailer and load up at least a yard need to add to it about x year and sift it. The Sand Blood Sand Rotten Tomatoes You know, I ve been on this earth for almost years and I ve been watching movies for many of those years This is an old story on my Flixster reviews, at least I believe it is, but it s a new I ve Got Narcolepsy Things Everyone Gets Wrong About It In that case, a coma probably would ve been preferable Not everyone with narcolepsy experiences cataplexy though about percent of narcoleptics do The confusion of the two is so ingrained in popular culture that you can have narcolepsy and not even know it.

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    1. Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)

      This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.I love these books! The best way to describe this book is a collection of article length stories loosely tied together. This book really does read like scenes from Lisa and Francesca's life. You know the funny little observations, or the not so funny ones, that make up your day and your conversations with your friends. In a lot of ways, this book feels like a conversation with a friend. Every time that I picked this book up to read for just a [...]

    2. Judy Collins

      A special thank you to St. Martin's Press and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Join Me July 14Blog Tour HostCelebrate the launch, read an excerpt, and get all the latest updates! The seventh in the series, Lisa Scottoline and daughter, Francesca Serritella have teamed up to bring their hilarious and witty perspective on the everyday life as mother and daughter. They speak about their lives separate and together, in their latest, I’VE GOT SAND IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES. Thei [...]

    3. Kim

      One of the best parts of being a librarian are some of the perks I’ve discovered along the way. As a long time bookseller (close to 16 years; shameless plug – I owe my education and my career path to Barnes & Noble. More of that another time, but BN – seriously? Thank you.) I was familiar with ARCs – Advanced Reader Copies – of books. I’ve been gifted with a few from some of my favorite authors – Jodi Picoult, Dean Koontz, Claire Cook, not to mention many others. I’ve even go [...]

    4. Amy Sunshine

      Disclosure: I received this book as an ARC from The Reading Room in exchange for a fair review.I requested this ARC based entirely on the title. It made me chuckle so I reasoned that the book would also make me chuckle. Unfortunately, I was wrong. This just wasn't my kind of book.Lisa Scottoline is an established writer of both fiction and non-fiction (haven't read any of her stuff until now). This book is part of her non-fiction collection and follows the same format as her previous books (acco [...]

    5. Laurel-Rain

      Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella are adept at humor, as exemplified in this book, the latest in a series of such collections that offer up short and witty vignettes on a variety of topics. They bring us right into the thick of it all, as they alternately share anecdotal incidents from their lives, mostly about all the daily things everyone experiences, but also spiced with their take on clothes; their unique book signings; gardening, especially fantasies about the perfect garden; food an [...]

    6. Cathy Geha

      I have read and enjoyed novels by Lisa Scottoline so when offered this collection of stories I thought I would give it a try. I did not realize that what the “stories” would be were actually more of a blog or diary of events in Lisa and her daughter’s lives. I guess I was expecting “stories” or more of a story than a diary/blog format. I skimmed parts of the book but did not read it cover to cover. There were some lighthearted moments, an attack, some thoughts and words of wisdom. But, [...]

    7. Bree

      A big thank you to and the publisher for my free Giveaway/Early Reader's Edition! This book was the perfect read for a long weekend spent at the beach. Don't be fooled though: where many of the short chapters are the traditional lighthearted and breezy vignettes of the authors' previous co-written books, bits of gravitas are sprinkled throughout for moments of reflection. Both women have a few serious chapters- one of "Daughter Francesca"'s made me tear up- but the overall tone of the book is f [...]

    8. Valerie

      A great book to read one chapter at a time over my morning coffee. Took a while to read it, but I enjoyed it thoroughly.

    9. Jenny

      I received this book through Giveaways.Although not anything that I would typically purchase, I enjoyed having this book by my bedside. It's perfect for picking up when you have a few minutes. The stories are all short, quick, easy reads. I think it's great to have two authors from different generations. It really makes the book accessible to a wide audience. As you age and stop relating to Francesca's stories as much, you may begin to relate more to Lisa's. The stories were interesting enough [...]

    10. Nanci

      Cute, light, easy read. This is a good one for anyone who is 50+ and has a daughter who is 20+. The mother/daughter team take turns on the short chapters relating stories about life and lessons learned.

    11. Gina

      This is the third audio I've listened to by this mother daughter duo and I have found that I simply love their quick little heartfelt stories about life in general. They are a great way to be entertained on my commute to and from work. I'll be listening to some of the ones I've missed in 2018.

    12. Ella

      I listened to the audio version of this book, which is the only way to read it :-)It is narrated by the authors themselves, who are very very funny!

    13. Rita

      5/5--excellent-- gifted from the publisher, which had absolutely no bearing on my honest opinion.*****I'm a long-time reader-- and lover-- of Ms. Scottoline's legal suspense and family-dynamics contemporary fiction, plus her humorous essay books, over the years, so it was a no-brainer to accept the offer from her publisher to read this arc print copy of I've Got Sand in All the Wrong Places. Despite the beachy title, the essays cover their year from Christmas onward. I realized from reading this [...]

    14. Mary Mack

      This book is a series of essays written by the mother daughter team of Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella. Lisa is a best selling author and along with Francesca they write a weekly column for the Philadelphia Inquirer "Chick Lit". The chapters in this book are the unpublished stories written in the same theme as Chick Lit.The chapters alternate between Lisa and Francesca's voices. These two women comfortable telling tales about themselves, the kind of tales that other women can identify w [...]

    15. Sharon

      St. Martin's Press and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of I've Got Sand In All the Wrong Places, in exchange for an honest review.Seventh in a series of nonfiction humor books written by the mother and daughter team of Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella, I've Got Sand In All the Wrong Places is full of the authors funny observations on life. I have been a loyal reader of Lisa Scottoline's novels for years and this book shows a whole different side to the author. I've Got Sand [...]

    16. Ema

      Half memoir, half a collection of essays, this was heart-warming and comedic.I hadn't read the books that come before this so I wasn't sure what I was expecting at all, but this is a fabulous book to pick up whimsically--the only context you need to know is that Lisa is Francesca's mother, so you don't figure that out a third of the way through and feel like an idiot as I did.Though this is marketed more towards mother, I enjoyed it though I'm in my early twenties with no intention of ever havin [...]

    17. Aisling

      It's clear the authors (mother and daughter) are lovely people and both write in a warm, funny, touching or thought provoking way. I enjoyed a lot of this book. The only thing I disliked was the disjointedness of it. I don't follow either of these authors so I don't know if these are a collection of op-ed pieces or reprints from their Facebook fan pages but that's what the book seemed to be to me. It certainly wasn't beach themed or all humor which I had imagined from the cover. It seemed like a [...]

    18. Mattie

      I loved the tales told by this humorous mother & daughter team. If your looking for a light & fun read This one is for you. Thank you Netgalley and St. Martin's Press for the opportunity to read an ARC in return for an unbiased review. A special thanks to, Jordan Hanley. This was one fun read!!! A definite beach read. Thank you, Lisa & Francesca, for making me smile with these stories. This is a great summer read to take along in your beach bag. It's actually a pretty fun read any ti [...]

    19. Tracy

      As always, I really enjoyed reading this mother-daughter author duo. They made me laugh and nod my head multiple times, but also thank God for family. If you need a pick-me-up, this book will do it.

    20. Jan C

      This is the second book of Lisa Scottline's essays that I've read. Entertaining. Apparently she has done seven of these with her daughter.Very entertaining. Her daughter is pretty gutsy when she discusses her mugging and deciding her purse is not worth dying over. Life in the big city.

    21. Kristyn - Reading to Unwind

      This book is told by a mother and daughter author team. This book is extremely funny and heartfelt. I have only read books by Lisa, but will definitely be checking books out written by Francesca now and also the remaining books of these series. The mother/daughter dynamic of the book is perfect. They nicely play off of each other in some stories and other stories are just bits and pieces from their lives. I really enjoyed that we got a very personal story from both Lisa and Francesca based on an [...]

    22. Alison

      First of all, taking advice from Lisa herself, I am reviewing this book simply because I DID like it. I have a few small gripes, but I enjoyed it. In fact, within 25 pages, I had already recommended it to my mother - she'll be borrowing it when I see her on Sunday. To start: I have not read anything else by either author. I actually received this book as an ARC from Bookstr - formerly known as The Reading Room (back when it was a MUCH better site, might I add). I was supposed to read and review [...]

    23. Melissa

      I just picked this book at the library on a whim. I discover that the Gilmore Girls are real and their names are Lisa and Francesca. The book was a collections of musing and memories from the lives of BBF mother daughter Lisa and Francesca. I LOVE IT! It was if Lorelai and Rory took up a writing career together. The musings ranged from their animals to dating. I loved how simply honest they were. The one chapter on dating by Francesca will always stay with me. We are basically the same age (she [...]

    24. L

      I liked the title and I remembered seeing this on one of the news stations a while back. I borrowed this from my library and read it in my browser. There were very good life stories in this book and I particularly enjoyed the daughter's recount of her experiences with boyfriends. As for the mother, well, for some reason I pictured a very silly, maddening women who started to annoy me with her silly antics. Especially regarding the story about changing batteries. I noticed that these two women wr [...]

    25. Nancy

      I've Got Sand in All the Wrong Places is a delightful compilation of essays written (and in the case of the audio book - read) by mother-daughter duo Lisa and Francesca Scottoline. The musings range in topic but predominately cover growing old and growing up and just living life as it comes. Most of the stories are light in nature with the exception of those that relate to Francesca's violent mugging and its aftermath. This incident is reflected upon by both mother and daughter who experienced i [...]

    26. Maureen

      I chose this book to fulfill a book challenge category. I wanted an audio book and chose from a list my library offered. I've never read anything by this author or her daughter. I can't decide if I would have enjoyed this book more if I read it myself rather than listened to it, but I found myself zoning out b/c it just wasn't very interesting or funny. Actually, the chapters by Lisa weren't so bad, but the ones by her daughter just seemed like she was trying very hard to be funny or cool, and I [...]

    27. Lauren Couturier

      Super funny and witty stories written by mother-daughter duo, Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella, I’ve Got Sand In All The Wrong Places is a great pick for the summer. I typically don’t enjoy short stories because I’d rather a full, long story. However, Scottoline & Serritella have such a way with words and great stories to tell, I really enjoyed this. I recommend this for when you’re looking to sit down and read, but might not have a long period of time to dedicate to a full n [...]

    28. Sara

      This is a collection of short, funny essays by Lisa Scottoline and her daughter Francesca. Apparently this is the seventh in a series by them; I have read most of Lisa Scottolini's books, but this is the first of their collaboration. The book is organized into alternating chapters authored by each, although in reality there are more by mother than daughter. Most focus on simple day to day challenges, dating, pets, girlfriends and aside from the overuse of the word blessed (a personal irritant) a [...]

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