5-Question Interview with Laura Best

Author Laura BestIntroducing Nova Scotia author Laura Best. She has several books to her credit: Bitter, Sweet; Flying with a Broken Wing and Cammie Takes Flight. Her first novel for an adult audience, Good Mother’s Don’t, was released this spring. In this interview, she shares a little bit about it.

A book signing for Good Mothers Don’t takes place at LaHave River Books, 3421 Highway 331, LaHave on Sunday September 6th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. That’s tomorrow!

1.) What is the title of your recent book? Is it a series, what genre is it and is it suitable for all ages?

My latest book, Good Mothers Don’t, is a literary novel for adults. While my previous novels are young adult, this is my first fiction novel for adults.

2.) In a few sentences, tell us a little about the book. Give us a glimpse of the plot without giving away any spoilers.

In 1960s Nova Scotia, Elizabeth seems to have a nice life—a husband who takes care of her, two healthy children, a farm—but her mind is unraveling and eventually she is taken away to a mental hospital. Unfolding in two time periods—1960 and 1975—Good Mothers Don’t is the story of a woman’s struggle with mental illness and her quest, 15 years later, to apologize to her children and put the pieces of her life back together.

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Reviews Sought for “Good Mothers Don’t”

In a post earlier today, local author, Laura Best, requested those who have read her most recent book Good Mothers Don’t to kindly post a review. Reviews can be posted to the reader’s website, Amazon, Goodreads and/or Indigo.

As you know, reviews are important to authors. They help spread the word about their book and introduces them to new readers. The review doesn’t have to be long or elaborate. It could simply be choosing the rating (usually from 5 stars) and writing something. Anything.

  • “I didn’t think I’d like this book, but I loved it.”
  • “This book was weird from page one, but I couldn’t put it down. Looking forward to the next book.”
  • “It must have taken forever to write this book. It was so long. It took me 3 months to read.”
  • “I didn’t know anything about goats until I read this book. Now I want one.”

You get the idea. Just write something. If you’ve read Good Mother’s Don’t or plan to read it, please, take a few minutes and leave a review.

You can read Laura’s full post here: Reaching Out to Readers.

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