Christine Son graduated from the University of Texas and Duke University School of Law. She works as Corporate Counsel for a Fortune 500 company in Dallas, Texas where she lives with her husband. For more fun facts about Christine, and answers to questions such as “What are you?” and “What do you do in your free time?”, click HERE.
About Off the Menu
Off the Menu is being called an extraordinary debut about second-generation Asian-American women trying to live up to society’s high standards, as well as their own.
Even though it’s been ten years since their Houston high school days, co-valedictorians and best friends Whitney Lee, Hercules Huang, and Audrey Henley still delight in their once-a-month get-togethers where they talk, laugh, and confide in each other— although not about everything. Because each young woman has a deep, dark secret they think they could never share. Not even with their best friends. Then, during a girls’ weekend getaway, these three friends wind up revealing their most intimate truths—and realize that to get straight As in the real world, all you have to do is let go of the need to be perfect…
Christine Son’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:
Saturday, November 1st: Estella’s Revenge e-zine (author interview)
Monday, November 3rd: Literarily (author guest post and giveaway!)
Wednesday, November 5th: Beastmomma (author interview)
Thursday, November 6th: Book Nut
Friday, November 7th: Ramya’s Bookshelf
Friday, November 7th: Ramya’s Bookshelf (author interview)
Monday, November 10th: Pop Culture Junkie
Tuesday, November 11th: 8Asians
Wednesday, November 12th: Savvy Verse and Wit
Thursday, November 13th: In The Pages
Friday, November 14th: She is Too Fond of Books
Monday, November 17th: Planet Books
Tuesday, November 18th: B & B ex Libris
Wednesday, November 19th: DISGRASIAN
Thursday, November 20th: Booking Mama
Monday, November 24th: The Literate Housewife Review
Tuesday, November 25th: Feminist Review
Wednesday, November 26th: Diary of an Eccentric
Julie P. says
I don’t want to be greedy, but if you are looking for blog tour hosts…… I’ve heard this book is very good!
bethany canfield says
I would love to host this book! 🙂
If you’re looking for tour hosts, I would be interested – and it would be my first one :-)!
I have already added this to my tbr list last month so I’d love to host if you need any!
Sounds like a great read! Do you already have the hosts picked?
Looks like you’re full already ~ darn. I’ve had this one on my Amazon wishlist for a while now. Maybe next time. 🙂
Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit) says
If you have any open spots, I already have this book and could do a tour date.
Shana @ Literarily says
Lisa, did you get my email about this book?
Kathie aka urbangleaner says
Christine — I loved your essay about how finding perfect jeans during a spontaneous venture into Abercrombie & Fitch (you described the place *exactly* as I’ve experienced it, too!) was much like the process of getting a book published. I can’t imagine how you find the time to write with your high-powered legal work, but hey, perhaps the secret is something I can learn from reading a free copy of your book! I edit others’ writing for a living — there’s got to be a better way to be involved in publishing!