Divine Appointments: A Novel

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Crown Publishing Group, Sep 21, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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With the big 5-0 fast approaching, Josie Brooks begins to question her structured, picture-perfect (mid)life. 
 
Josie Brooks, at the age of 47, thought she was leading an enviable single life. A successful consultant, she calls her own shots, goes where the money is, and never needs to compromise. But her precisely managed world begins to falter during a Chicago contract when an economic downturn, a bleeding heart boss, and the loyalty and kindness between endangered employees ding her coat of armor.
 
Throw in hot flashes, a dose of loneliness, a peculiar longing for intimacy, an unquenchable thirst—not to mention a mysterious snowglobe with a serene landscape, complete with a flowing river and lush greenery that seems to be beckoning her in—and Josie’s buttoned-up life is on the verge of coming completely undone. Maybe her solitary existence isn’t as fulfilling as she has convinced herself to believe.
 
It will take a few new friends, a mystical encounter, and an unexpected journey to set Josie on her own path to “right-sizing” and making the life changes that really matter. Filled with laugh-out loud moments and a gentle dash of inspiration, Divine Appointments is another heartwarming charmer from a master storyteller.




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User Review  - AmandaWrites - LibraryThing

Divine Appointments is a relevant and thought provoking look at the issues many people face today. Economic downturns, job loss, as well as loneliness and second chances. Meet Josie Brooks, one of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - AmandaWrites - LibraryThing

Divine Appointments is a relevant and thought provoking look at the issues many people face today. Economic downturns, job loss, as well as loneliness and second chances. Meet Josie Brooks, one of the ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Charlene Ann Baumbich is a popular author, speaker, and award-winning journalist who is passionate about rejuvenating lives through humor. Her writing includes the best-selling Dearest Dorothy series and Stray Affections, the first Snowglobe Connections novel, and seven inspirational nonfiction books. Charlene lives with her husband in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.




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