Audience:General / adult
Dimensions:8.25in x 5.53 x 0.61 in | 0.54 lb
Page Count:304 pages
AN INCREDIBLE DEBUT WITH MORE TO FOLLOW: Lauryn is a writer with amazing potential, already well into her draft of her second book in this contract.
A SWEET SUMMER READ WITH DEEP INSIGHT: Friends From Home is an insightful commentary on female friendship and the consequences of the choices we make in our youth, with a timely hook that makes it perfect for the millennial reader.
WILDLY RELATABLE: Who hasn’t dealt with the difficulty of growing apart from childhood friends? Any young reader will identify with Jules’s struggle to stay connected to her closest old friend.
PRAISE ALREADY ROLLING IN: We’ve launched an aggressive blurb campaign, and already have praise rolling in for this sensational debut.
Praise for Friends from Home
“An insightful, keenly observant debut about the power and complexities of a lifelong female friendship. Engrossing and wildly relatable.”—Carola Lovering, author of Too Good to Be True
“Friends From Home is a bighearted story with deep roots in a complicated old friendship. This moving tale of love and life-changing choices had me racing to the final page so I could call my best friend to discuss Jules and Michelle together.”—Hannah Orenstein, author of Head Over Heels
“Is shared history a solid enough basis for a lifetime of friendship? Set against a backdrop of New York publishing and a very Southern wedding, Friends from Home is about deciding who you want to be and who you want along for the ride. This sweet summer read is a thoughtful, relatable tale of female friendship and modern values.”—Georgia Clark, author of The Regulars
“We don’t talk about friendships fading or changing, but sometimes they do. Lauryn Chamberlain’s Friends from Home captures the love, sorrow, and continued devotion that comes with reconfiguring the friendships that made you who you are. A perfect book for anyone who’s growing up and trying to figure out how their old friends fit in their new lives.”—Kayleen Schaefer, author of But You’re Still So Young
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