Book Review: Newvember by Jennifer Bogart


I saw
Jennifer Bogart’s ad for bloggers to participate in her virtual book tour and
reached out to her. I am so glad I did. Newvember is a fun adventure with rich
characters.  Bogart brings to life
characters that feel so real that by the end of their 30 day adventure I felt
that they were my friends. Light and funny, yet inspiring and moving, Newvember
is about how small changes can bolster a determination to improve oneself.

might be such a small matter to others, but this was a golden experience for me.
Unlike so many other chick lit heroines, Willow isn’t the quirky artist, the
neurotic public relations rep, or a fashionista; Willow is a postal worker and that
for me was just perfect. Willow is tackling real life situations in such a fun
way.  For anyone who loves chick lit and
contemporary women’s fiction, take the plunge with Willow as she navigates
romance and lust, friends and frolicking, and the last days of her 20s.

One dare, 30 days, 30 new
things… The dare was simple, but it turned into a life-altering journey. This
is inspirational thinking in disguise.

When Willow decides to take
the stairs, instead of the elevator, she runs into
Sawyer, who knocks her off her feet, and something in her psyche shifts. She is
propelled into the adventure that is her own life. Filled with twists and turns
that can only come from losing her inhibitions, she makes risky decisions,
bares her soul, and discovers the chaotic emotions that lurk beneath the
surface. Each new event becomes a catalyst in the development of Willow’s
relationships with her friends, co-workers, siblings, and love interests.

Willow’s life will never be the same after Newvember.

(Originally published in 2011 as Remember
Newvember this revised version contains new and expanded scenes.) 

Jennifer Bogart:
Reader, writer, editor, explorer, dreamer… Jennifer Bogart
is having a love affair with words.

Currently the author of three women’s fiction novels
(Newvember, Reflections, and Money, Masks & Madness), two
romantic short stories (Under the Stars and Seven Seconds), one YA
fantasy (Liminal

published by Morning Rain
and the serialized novel “Sunny with a Twist of Olive”, she can’t
stop writing any more than she can stop breathing. You can follow
Jennifer on Facebook,

Twitter, Instagram, and her blog.

Newvember is available at:




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