Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Teaser Tuesday ::: What Alice Forgot

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme, 
hosted by MizB of Should be Reading.
“It was good to remember that for every horrible memory from her marriage, there was also a happy one. She wanted to see it clearly, to understand that it wasn’t all black, or all white. It was a million colors. And yes, ultimately it hadn’t worked out, but that was okay. Just because a marriage ended didn’t mean that it hadn’t been happy at times.”  
What do you think?
This could be true for all relationships that end - don't you think?
Keep Reading? Or No?


  1. I'd say that it's totally true. Definitely keep reading!

  2. I've seen mixed reviews of this book, but I'd say keep reading! Most that I've seen have said it was average or better! I agree that the quote is true about most relationships that end! Intriguing at least!

  3. Interesting - and so true.
    Mine this week: http://wp.me/pZnGI-fo

  4. That is so true!! Guessing by that passage, I think you should keep on reading! :)


  5. True but probably very hard to see at the time....

  6. I liked that attitude about marriages...so many people want to chalk up a marriage that has ended as a fail without also remembering the good times. I like to think that a marriage that ends is just that: an ending. With a new beginning ahead.

    I loved this book! Thanks for sharing...and here's mine: “FIVE DAYS LEFT”

  7. It feels like my marriage being described. We did end the marriage but remained friends.
    Lovely cover art:)
    Here's my TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/11/04/teaser-tuesdays-88-real-elves-an-emily-castle-mystery/

  8. I was just browsing through & stumbled upon your lovely blog - It looks gorgeous and it has interesting posts that I can relate to! - Def. checking out these new reads! I'm now following you via gfc, Hope you check out my blog? keep in touch x

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  9. I believe that's a true statement. After all, if the relationship hadn't been good in the beginning, it probably never would have started. Sounds like this character is starting to deal with the breakup of her marriage in a positive way. I'd like to read this story.
    My Tuesday post features a Navajo mystery by Tony Hillerman: THE BLESSING WAY.

  10. Sounds like a calm and realistic outlook for what can be a horrible situation. I love characters who can be pragmatic.

    Here are My Teasers.

  11. I don't really know that much about failed marriages, but it sounds about right to me.