The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Confetti Was Confidential - The Atlantic
Annabel's wedding is a tale of sisterhood, relationships and learning to find happiness in spite of the sometimes crazy hand you're dealt. Susan Murphy is a civil marriage celebrant based in South Australia.
The stranger the better! With a passion for words and a determination to one day even if it was from the nursing home become a writer, she made a fateful decision to attend a Masterclass with the amazing Fiona McIntosh, and from there 'Confetti Confidential' was born.
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Confetti Was Confidential
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Undeterred, Isabel soldiers on, but with crisis following crisis and catastrophe after catastrophe, will she ever manage to pull off a wedding that's a day to remember for all the right reasons? This is a really fun book that doesn't take itself too seriously. It's definitely more of a howler than it is a tear jerker, but the odd bit might tug a little on your heartstrings. Clearly a story solely about a wedding might be stretching it just a little, but the additional threads to the story, from friendships to family relationships to more than a few romantic entanglements, kept it interesting and add fresh material to each chapter.
My sole criticism of the book is perhaps really linked to one of its key strengths: there is one off shoot involving a handsome wedding photographer that seems to end quite abruptly which was frustrating because I had been so drawn into the story and so swept away with the characters that I really wanted something to happen.
This occurred again later, this time with the camera man, and I couldn't help feeling that not enough thought had gone into these encounters, and that they could have been more significant and less of an after thought. But, if the rest of the book hadn't been up to much, I really wouldn't have been so bothered by this, so it really only goes to show how into it I was by the end, and how the characters' disappointments somehow became mine too.
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This is a worthy read on its own, and the fact that it is the third in a series doesn't affect this. There may be subtleties or in jokes I didn't pick up on, not having read the previous installments, but at no point was I left confused about the people and their interconnecting lives in the way you can sometimes be with sequels. Everything is handily explained from scratch, and if I'd not read the blurb at the front, I never would have guessed that Isabel had had previous outings.
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Revenge of the Wedding Planner by Sharon Owens and Wedding Season by Katie Fforde are similarly themed reads that highlight just how much of a popular topic wedding planning is for chick-lit writers. Get a head start on Giving Tuesday by making a donation to support Gothamist to keep local news in New York City strong. This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade had its fills of highs and lows, from the beautiful balloons to the very sad clowns. There also was loads of confetti flittering through the crisp autumn air, but this confetti wasn't just made up of garbage like Bill Murray's shredded Ghostbusters III script.
WPIX reports that some of the confetti consisted of confidential documents from the Nassau County Police Department—and they included arrest records, social security numbers, and information about undercover officers. Among other things on the confetti, were detectives' names and phone numbers, details on a pipe bombing in the Kings Grant area of Long Island, and possible information about Mitt Romney's motorcade at the presidential debate on LI.