Jill Hannah Anderson

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Jill lives on a lake in Minnesota with her husband in their rarely-empty nest. They enjoy their six adult children and many grandchildren when they come to visit. Her first women’s fiction novel, The To-Hell-And-Back Club, debuted in May 2017. She is a member of Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA). Her second novel, Crazy Little Town Called Love, debuted in July 2018.
She loves to connect with book clubs! When she isn’t writing, or reading, you’ll find her running, curling, biking, and enjoying the great outdoors.
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Jill Hannah Anderson Hi Candy,
I received your email and responded late last night. Thanks so much for choosing my book for your book club!
I think an important thread to…more
Hi Candy,
I received your email and responded late last night. Thanks so much for choosing my book for your book club!
I think an important thread to discuss from my book would be how far do we go for our friends? How much of our lives to we keep from friends?
We all want to "be there" for our friends, but are we?
Why or why not? What makes us throw up our hands and walk away?
I am hoping to "join in" with your club when you discuss The To-Hell-And-Back Club, either in person or via Skype.
Thanks again, I appreciate you choosing my book. :)
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Jill Hannah Anderson "Hell Club" character, Molly, tells her story next. Book two, "Crazy Little Town Called Love" is Molly's story.
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“That’s why we have that ‘JUDGEMENT BOX’ by the door. You’ll find it at each event. It’s visibly empty, but emotionally full. If we leave our judgement at the door, we’re less likely to be shocked by someone’s actions or words,” Charlee explained.”
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“You know what we always told women who didn’t understand the need for our club? If you can’t relate to the club, you just haven’t lived long enough.”
Jill Hannah Anderson, The To-Hell-And-Back Club

“That’s why we have that ‘JUDGEMENT BOX’ by the door. You’ll find it at each event. It’s visibly empty, but emotionally full. If we leave our judgement at the door, we’re less likely to be shocked by someone’s actions or words.” Mary Beth explained.”
Jill Hannah Anderson, The To-Hell-And-Back Club

“That’s why we have that ‘JUDGEMENT BOX’ by the door. You’ll find it at each event. It’s visibly empty, but emotionally full. If we leave our judgement at the door, we’re less likely to be shocked by someone’s actions or words.” Mary Beth explained.”
Jill Hannah Anderson, The To-Hell-And-Back Club

“You know what we always told women who didn’t understand the need for our club? If you can’t relate to the club, you just haven’t lived long enough.”
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