Kilpack noted that although there are several shared scenes in each book, the stories are not all parallelled. Each book tells the story of a different woman's life.
Although the authors had not experienced some of the situations they wrote about, Moore noted that "we all have the same emotions," so she tried to put herself into each situation and write based on how she would feel. "What if this happened to me? How would I feel?" Moore said.
The four books about the first four book club members, "Paige," "Daisy," "Olivia" and "Athena," are currently all available, with four more coming out within the next year, making a total of eight books about eight book club members. The stories in those eight then will culminate in a final reunion book.
For information on the series, the authors blog at thenewportladiesbookclub.blogspot.com.
Hikari Loftus is a graduate of the University of Utah.
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