If you could switch bodies with someone who would it be? Maybe your sister? That’s what New York Times best-selling author Jen Lancaster’s newest book is about. Lancaster tells Cherish Lombard “Twisted Sisters” is a story of sibling rivalry, body swapping and reality TV, and a contemporary take on Mary Rodgers’ “Freaky Friday.” In this story, Dr. Reagan Bishop should be thrilled with her life. She’s a celebrity psychologist on one of television’s newest hits, “I Need a Push,” but she can’t get over how much everyone adores her younger sister Geri, a hairdresser who still lives with her parents. When Reagan’s co-worker Deva, a New Age healer, offers an unconventional solution to her problems, TV’s newest star finds herself seeing the world through a different set of eyes and a different pair of heels.
If you’ve ever dealt with sibling rivalry, or if you like dry humor, you’ll enjoy reading “Twisted Sisters.” You can pick up a copy today at The Venue in Fairhope. Jen Lancaster will be there at noon signing copies of “Twisted Sisters” over lunch. For $15, you get lunch and $5 off a copy of the book. For more information, contact Page and Palette at 251.928.5295 or www.pageandpalette.com
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