Tuesday, April 19, 2022

All Booked Up with Findlay Rowe

 


Okay book loving friends - we are kicking off something new with our pals at Findlay Rowe and we can't wait to share it with you. This has been in the works for months, and now it is finally here!

We are excited to invite you to a new book club...

ALL BOOKED UP WITH FINDLAY ROWE



All Booked Up with Findlay Rowe will be a book club with a few layers. Think of it as us giving you a book club to join, but also a way for you to host your own book club. Our goal is to give you a suggestion and a few book centered ideas/items to take home with you to your own book club. Or maybe even inspire you to start one of your own! 

And we knew just the book to kick it off...


When we saw that Dolly Parton teamed up with famed writer James Patterson to write a country music based mystery novel, we knew Run Rose Run was the perfect book to begin with. 

Dolly is the queen of the South, but we have to say...Audrey and Barbara are a close second. And with a store filled with southern goodies at our finger tips, putting together the first All Booked Up with Findlay Rowe was a piece of cake. 


ABOUT THE BOOK



FROM THE BACK COVER

From America’s most beloved superstar and its greatest storyteller—a thriller about a young singer-songwriter on the rise and on the run, and determined to do whatever it takes to survive.

Every song tells a story. 

She’s a star on the rise, singing about the hard life behind her. 

She’s also on the run. 
Find a future, lose a past. 

Nashville is where she’s come to claim her destiny.  It’s also where the darkness she’s fled might find her.  And destroy her. 

Run, Rose, Run is a novel glittering with danger and desire—a story that only America’s #1 beloved entertainer and its #1 bestselling author could have created.


OUR REVIEWS

Carrie BethI have always had a fascination with Dolly and couldn't wait to see what this book was all about.  I listened to it and for me that totally made the story.  Many of the characters are narrated by different people, including some big name country music starts including Dolly herself!  There was a bit of a mystery tied in to a story of the country music business and Nashville.  I found it all very entertaining!  If you enjoy country music I think you would love this book!

JenThe second I saw Dolly Parton wrote a book (and teamed up with James Patterson), I knew I’d want to read it! I was given a sneak peek at the audio book and it is so good too! Dolly narrates it with a cast of country music stars. RUN ROSE RUN is a fun, enjoyable suspense novel based on a character who turns into a country music star with the help of a legend. Secrets threaten the musicians career and life, but she takes a “no hold” back approach to following her dreams. The characters are fun and endearing, and I was totally sucked into the gossipy peek at behind the scenes Dolly seemed to sneak in as fiction. The book was just twisty enough with mystery and romance that it kept my attention. Mix that in with the witty banter and Dolly's humor and I never wanted it to stop. Here's hoping she has a few more novels up her sleeve. 

Audrey & Barbara's Review: Check the Findlay Rowe website and social channels to see what they thought of Dolly's debut novel!


GET BOOKED UP!

 You can find copies of Run Rose Run in store at Findlay Rowe as well as these fun items to pair with it for your own book club - whether it is a group or a club of one! 


RUN ROSE RUN BOOK CLUB IDEAS 

RUN ROSE RUN by Dolly Parton & James Patterson



Peepers! Reading Glasses
(These would make for a great book club gift!)

 Seagrass Glasswear
Tumbler + Wine Glasses  + Carafe
(Throw in some ice cubes and the drink of choice from the novel, bourbon, and you have yourself the perfect book themed cocktail for hosting! Would also make for a great book club gift!)


NOW GO READ THE BOOK AND COME BACK AND TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! 
IF YOU'VE ALREADY READ IT, SHARE WITH US! TIME TO GET ALL BOOKED UP!


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1 comment:

  1. I thought Run,Rose,Run was good too. A definitely different book for Patterson but you could feel Dolly's influence.

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