Mia March lives on the coast of Maine, the setting of her debut novel, The Meryl Streep Movie Club.
March's debut is a treat for movie lovers an fans of meaningful
women's fiction. The main characters have their flaws, but are easy
to relate to, and one can't help but root for their success in life
--Romantic Times Book Reviews
Consume with a bowl of popcorn and plenty of hankies.
"Mamma Mia! Any romance that offers life lessons from Meryl wins on style points alone."
"In March's debut novel, three cousins come together in the quaint Maine inn where they grew up to find solace and comfort in Streep's oeuvre of films after each finds her life in disarray. The movies work their magic as each woman repairs her heartache in this emotional and heartwarming read."
A heartwarming, spirit-lifting read just in time for beach season.
In the tradition of Friday Night Knitting Club and The Jane Austen Book Club, this debut novel also has a healthy dose of Meryl Streep thrown in.
"March's first novel is a touching story of self-discovery and the strength of family."
"March's debut novel is a romantic, heartfelt read, one that will likely be pulled out of beach bags from California to the coast of Maine this summer season."