Somebody Pinch Me. VIOLETS is a Costco Book Buyer Pick!
The lovely book buyers at Costco picked The Violets of March as a favorite fiction pick for the month of May, which appeared in the Costco Connection magazine. Major ohmygosh moment over here. I am so flattered, honored, and excited that Costco shoppers will get to see the book. And, I don’t know about you, but every time I’m at Costco, I make a beeline to the books section, which is always so well-stocked and so darn appealing! (Seriously, I always leave with a stack of books!)
Here’s the review that was printed in the Costco magazine (you can also see it here):
“I’ve long believed that the right book finds you at the right time. From the moment I saw this book’s jacket, I knew I had to read it. And I wasn’t disappointed. Thirty-something Emily Wilson has lost the enviable life she had in her 20’s,. At her aunt’s request, Emily decides to spend the month of March on Bainbridge Island in Washington state. There she discovers an old diary that chronicles events that parallel her own life. The island becomes a place of healing for Emily–as I’m sure this book will become a source of healing and comfort for its readers.” –Shana Rawers, assistant buyer, books
I hope you’ll look for The Violets of March next time you’re at Costco! Snap a picture (and maybe toss one in your cart) for me please!