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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Someone Else's Love Letters by Deborah Blumenthal

A Review by Wendy
3.5 Insightful and Revealing Stars
* * * 1/2
Someone Else's Love Letter by Deborah Blumenthal gives us a way to see into lives we might have missed judged. Sage Parker has the dream gig of dressing others... like using them has her personal paper dolls...or is there more to it...

Because in this book, Sage Parker isn't anything like the all the fashionistas seem to be...she has depth, caring and a unique ability to see clearly how a person can best be served in how they dress. 
All of her clients blossom with her guidance and all of the cliches we have learned over the years seem to hold true...
Dress for the position you wish to have...Put yourself in clothes that feel good to you spiritually and physically... and pick something, sometimes... you normally wouldn't... you never know... it could open a fresh outlook to you and your life.
Sage experiences a fluke ... she is in a cab... somehow finds a lost love letter. The feelings and way it was written... the care of the card stock, alone... touched her. This is the way we experience her journey of self discovery. This journey will have her meet many... some will be worth the time spent... others not so much. Either way, Sage will benefit.  
The writing was solid and there were some twists and turns. Overall I liked the idea of it...
A gifted copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.
163598 Deborah Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist and nutritionist who now divides her time between writing children's books and adult novels. She has been a regular contributor to The New York Times (including four years as the Sunday New York Times Magazine beauty columnist), and a home design columnist for Long Island Newsday. Her health, fitness, beauty, travel, and feature stories have appeared widely in many other newspapers and national magazines including New York’s Daily News, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Woman's Day, Family Circle, Self, and Vogue.

Blumenthal lives in New York City.


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