On the blog today, I am bringing you my review for Rules for Moving by Nancy Star on tour for Suzy Approved Book Tours!

Release Date: May 19, 2020

About The Book: 

From bestselling author Nancy Star comes a deeply moving novel about the truths we hide from others and the lies we tell ourselves.

To the outside world, beloved advice columnist Lane Meckler has all the answers. What no one knows is that she also has a secret: her life is a disaster, and it’s just gotten worse. Her husband, whom she was planning to leave, has died in a freak accident. Her six-year-old son, Henry, has stopped speaking to everyone but her. Lane’s solution? Move. Growing up, that was what her family did best.

But when she and Henry pack up and leave, Lane realizes that their next home is no better, and she finally begins to ask herself some hard questions. What made her family move so often? Why has she always felt like an outsider? How can she get Henry to speak?

On a journey to help her son find his voice, Lane discovers that somewhere along the way she lost her own. If she wants to help him, she’ll need to find the courage to face the past and to speak the truth she’s been hiding from for years.

Miss W’s Review:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rules for Moving is a beautifully written Women’s Fiction Novel that I really enjoyed.

The author has created characters that are complex, complicated, flawed and well fleshed out.

Lane Meckler is a widow that disperses advice to other people, though everything is not as it appears.

This is a story of love, faith, family and so much more. The story is poignant and well written.

If you enjoy stories about family dynamics and starting over, you will LOVE this book!

About The Author: 

Nancy Star is the author of the bestselling novel Sisters One, Two, Three, a Publishers Weekly top ten print book and Amazon Kindle bestseller of 2016. Her previous novels, which have been translated into several languages, include Carpool Diem, Up Next, Now This, and Buried Lives. Her essays have appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, Money, and Family Circle. Before turning to writing fiction full-time, Nancy worked for over a decade as a movie executive at the Samuel Goldwyn Company and the Ladd Company, dividing her time between New York and London. She now lives in New Jersey and Martha’s Vineyard with her husband. For more information, visit www.nancystarauthor.com.

Until the next chapter,