TLC Book Tour: Get Lucky

Get Lucky by Katherine Center
ISBN 978-0-345-50791-4
288 pages
Published by Ballantine Books (April 2010)

I leaped at the chance to get an early review book of Katherine Center’s latest novel Get Lucky. When I read her debut novel (The Bright Side of Disaster), I knew I had found a new favorite author. Center writes engaging characters and her books are full of wit and wisdom. With Get Lucky, she has established herself as THE author to read if you love women’s fiction.

Thanks to TLC Book Tours, I get to tell you a little about Get Lucky and Katherine Center…and because Get Lucky revolves around the relationship between two sisters, I’ve also decided to share a video about sisters which the author created.

About The Book:

Read an excerpt.

Read my review.

One of the themes of Get Lucky is the relationship between sisters. Watch this fantastic video created by Katherine Center that looks at the relationship between her and her sister:

About The Author:

Katherine Center is the author of two novels about love and family —The Bright Side of Disaster and Everyone is Beautiful. Get Lucky, her third novel, is already getting fantastic early reviews. Library Journal writes Get Lucky is another thoroughly enjoyable girlish romp.

Center’s books and essays have appeared in Redbook, People, USA Today, Vanity Fair, Real Simple, the Dallas Morning News, and the Houston Chronicle, as well as the anthology Because I Love Her. The Bright Side of Disaster was optioned by Varsity Pictures last fall.

Center is currently working on her fourth novel and  lives in Houston with her husband and two young children. To read more about Katherine Center and her work, visit the author’s blog (and don’t miss her videos page – not only can Center write, but she is an artist with a camera).

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  1. I love books about sisters, and have not yet read this one. In fact, I have not yet read any of Center’s books, but it sounds like I probably should! Thanks so much for this awesome review, I will have to look out for this book!

  2. Thank you again for your lovely review. It was such a pleasure to read!

    • Wendy on April 11, 2010 at 16:21

    Zibilee: I also love books that capture the relationship between sisters.

    Katherine: You are so very welcome 🙂

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