Book Review/Giveaway: Leftovers: A Novel by Arthur Wooten. Ends April 15th
Leftover: A Novel by Arthur Wooten
About the Book: Vivian Lawson’s fantasy of being the perfect 1950s suburban housewife is shattered when an uncontrollable event changes her life forever.
Destitute and left to fend for herself in a man’s world, she searches her New England town unable to find a job. With nowhere to turn, Vivian takes the advice of her wisecracking best friend, Babs, and reluctantly becomes a Tupperware lady.
Vivian struggles with low self-esteem as well as stage fright but with the support of Babs’ lovesick brother, Stew, and the creator of Tupperware’s Home Party Plan system, Brownie Wise, she may just find the strength to conquer her inner demons and take control of her life.
A story of empowerment, Leftovers is a delectable romantic dramedy with an inspirational journey that reveals to us what can be achieved by using one’s guts, determination and a little bit of a self-deprecating humor. http://www.arthurwooten.com/
My Review: I really enjoyed reading about Vivian Lawson, a 1950s suburban housewife. An inspirational journey about one woman who rose above marital problems and a heartless mother to become a very well know Tupperware lady.
Things started to fall apart one day for Vivian when she stayed up waiting for her cheating husband to return from work to celebrate their anniversary, only to turn up very late. In the morning, her husband Paul broke the news to her that he was leaving her for another woman.
Devastated and broke with the bank taking her house and unable to find work, Vivian found herself living with her best friend Babs and her brother Stew who suggested that she become a Tupperware lady.
This is a well written novel by Arthur Wooten, showing the strength of Vivian Lawson from heartbreak to redemption and finding true love. This novel is truly a leftover you just can’t help but to pick it up again and again to read.
I highly recommend this book for every household with a woman living in it.
This book is scheduled for release April 7th 2012. A copy can be brought from http://www.amazon.com/Leftovers-A-Novel-Arthur-Wooten/dp/0985052929/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1333113151&sr=1-1
FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.
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