Publisher Berkley/Viking, April 5, 2016
What would happen if the intimate secrets you shared with your sister suddenly went viral?
Sisters Cassie and Sid Sunday have not done a bang-up job of keeping in touch. In their defense, it hasn’t been easy: life veered in sharply different directions for the once-close sisters. Today, beautiful and big-hearted Sid lives an expat’s life of leisure in far-off Singapore, while harried, iPhone-clutching Cassie can’t seem to make it work as a wife and a mom to twin toddlers in Manhattan.
It doesn’t help that Sid spurns all social media while Cassie is addicted to Facebook. So when Sid issues a challenge to reconnect the old-fashioned way—through real, handwritten letters—Cassie figures, why not?
The experiment exceeds both of their expectations, and the letters become a kind of mutual confessional that have real and soul-satisfying effects. And they just might have the power to help Cassie save her marriage, and give Sid the strength to get her life back on track.
But first, one of Cassie’s infamous lapses in judgment comes back to bite her and all of the letters wind up the one place you’d never, ever want to see them: the Internet…
“Witty and truthful, a charming but thoroughly modern take on parenting, marriage, and sibling relations in the digital age. I tore through Keep Me Posted.”
— Elyssa Friedland, author of Love and Miss Communication
“This novel of two sisters separated by continents and time zones is a treat. Read it! And share it. You will not be disappointed!”
— Deborah Rodriquez, New York Times Bestselling author of The Kabul Beauty School and The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul
“This debut novel is both a sharply observed comedy…and a thoughtful meditation on the transformative power of human connection.”
— Kate Hilton, author of Hole in the Middle
“Chock full of wit, wisdom and the unexpected consequences of innocent choices.”
— Patti Callahan Henry, author of The Idea of Love
“Surprising and charming…I loved every minute of this unexpected and hilarious adventure.”
— Amy FitzHenry, author of Cold Feet
“Readers can’t help but root for Cassie Sunday, the funny, flawed and infinitely relatable heroine of Lisa Beazley’s Keep Me Posted…An engaging story that is equal parts comedy and cautionary tale.”
— Melissa DeCarlo, author of The Art of Crash Landing
“A devastatingly witty novel.”
— Erika Mailman, author of Woman of Ill-Fame
“Keep Me Posted is a remarkably insightful look at motherhood and marriage and the horrible wonderful messiness of family life. In turn poignant and laugh-out-loud funny, this gem of a book will have you nodding in recognition at the profound and profane thoughts we’ve all had in navigating our own lives. This is an irreverent, funny, beautiful tale of learning how to say goodbye to the girl you once were and to embrace the incredible woman you’ve become.”
— Karen White, New York Times bestselling author of The Sound of Glass