This week we’re celebrating the Fall release of Yvette Whittington’s debut novel, The Tool Box. Read on for details!
The Tool Box
Publication Date: September 27th, 2020
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Publisher: Rope Swing Press
A letter from her father… Inside her father’s old weathered barn, Eve and her siblings find an old tarnished tool box that sits waiting for them as their father languishes in the hospital. To most, the items in the box would be considered insignificant junk, but to Eve they held priceless insight into not only the man her father was, but also the woman she was about to become. From a very delicate relationship with her mom as a teenager, to being forced to live with her father in a town she never felt at home in, Eve learned to grow and live. When adversity hits through both tragedy and disappointment Eve soon finds the strength to push to survive. With the help of the items in the toolbox, Eve is beset with uncovering the treasures it holds…ones that propel her on a journey of self-discovery and revelations.
The Tool Box by Yvette Whittington is a beautiful story of self-discovery. I found it inspiring and really a joy to read.
This is Yvette Whittington’s debut, but it feels as though she’s been publishing books for years. This is an easy, captivating read with beautiful writing.
I thoroughly enjoyed The Tool Box. Heartwarming and inspiring. Highly recommended.
*I received a free copy of this book from R&R Book Tours in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Yvette lives in a small, quiet town nestled in Southwest Louisiana with her husband, Lee. They have both worked for the same company for almost twenty years. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, working on handmade crafts, and of course writing. Her mother also loves to writes and she attributes her love for it to her.
Diagnosed with Bi-polar one disorder in late 2010, Yvette started her journey of self-discovery and wellness, learning that medicine would only take her only so far and that she had to do the rest. She now considers herself to be living her dream, writing. This, The Toolbox, is her first novel, but not her last. She is excited to share her world with you.
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