Friday, June 5, 2015

What's in the mail...plus a book giveaway

Melissa A:

The Best of Enemies by Jen Lancaster from Penguin Random House

Don't Call Me Kit Kat by/from K.J. Farnham (e-book)

French Twist, French Toast and French Fry by/from Glynis Astie



Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella from Penguin Random House

The Reinvention of Mimi Finnegan by/from Whitney Dineen

It's You by Jane Porter from Penguin (Berkley)
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A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable
from St. Martin's Press

Worthy by Catherine Ryan Hyde from BookSparks

Melissa A and Amy:

Smoke by Catherine McKenzie
from Goldberg McDuffie


Amy:

The Story of Us by Dani Atkins from
Random House (Ballantine)

Stepdog by Nicole Galland from HarperCollins (William Morrow)

All the Single Ladies by Dorothea Benton Frank from HarperCollins

Food Whore by Jessica Tom from HarperCollins (William Morrow)

Becky:

The Matchmaker by Elin Hilderbrand from Hodder & Stoughton

One Small Act of Kindness by Lucy Dillon from Hodder & Stoughton

Too Many Cooks by Dana Bate from Corsair

My Everything by Katie Marsh from Hodder & Stoughton

Cocktails at Le Carmen by Isabelle Andover from Simon and Fig (e-book)


Jami:

Accidents of Marriage by Randy Susan Meyers from Meryl L. Moss Media Relations

Heads or Tails by/from Leslie A. Gordon
(e-book)

Musical Chairs by/from Sheila Levin (e-book)

Gail:

The Sisters Club by Lauren Baratz-Logsted from Diversion Books

Sara:

False Start by Barbara Valentin from
Bridging the Gap Promotions

The Tender Bonds by/from Ute Carbone
(e-book)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Vote for Remi by Leanna Lehman

Thanks to BookSparks, we're giving away one copy to a lucky US reader!

Fiery US government teacher Remi Covington is relentless in her desire to impart the genius of the democratic process to her students. Her so-called “academically challenged” high school seniors sometimes find her enthusiasm more than a little annoying―so, in an effort to teach her a lesson, they execute a brazen, high-tech, social media blitz touting her as the newest candidate in the upcoming US presidential race. Much to everyone’s surprise, Remi plays along with her students’ ruse―and in a nation weary of politics and career politicians, she unexpectedly finds herself the darling of the American public.

As the campaign takes on a life of its own, Remi is forced to confront a myriad of long-held social biases and cultural clich├ęs, and realizes she isn’t quite the woman she thought was. Vote for Remi is about a would-be a presidential candidate who, despite being all wrong―the wrong gender, the wrong party, and certainly the wrong social status―discovers that she might be exactly what America needs: someone with a passion for doing what is right.

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10 comments:

Holly said...

Andy Sachs in The Devil Wears Prada.

traveler said...

Helen Walsh in The Walsh Sisters by Marian Keyes. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

susieqlaw said...

Bridget Jones

Bonnie K. said...

Blake O'Hara should take her soon to be ex's place in politics and run for president. :)

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LettyB said...

I also vote Bridget Jones! Love her!!

Janine said...

I can't really think of one

Rhonda J G said...

I can't think of one.

bn100 said...

can't think of any

Cher B said...

She isn't strictly "chick lit", coming first from tv and then from a mystery series, but my whole-hearted vote goes to Veronica Mars!

Amanda Cordaro said...

Holly from absolutely true lies lmao