Friday, July 24, 2015

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

Melissa A:

Safekeeping by Jessamyn Hope (won from Great Thoughts' Great Readers)

The Mapmaker's Children by Sarah McCoy from Penguin Random House

Losing Me by Sue Margolis from
Penguin Random House
(Don't miss out on our giveaway!)

I'm Not Her by Cara Sue Achterberg

The Secrets of Lake Road by Karen Katchur from Thomas Dunne Books

Come Rain or Come Shine by Jan Karon from Putnam

The Woman in the Photograph
by Dana Gynther from Gallery Books

Hello? by/from Liza Wiemer

The Silver Cord by/from Alison Caiola
(e-book)

Starting from Lost by/from S.K. Wills (e-book)

Amy:

The Invisibles by Cecilia Galante
from William Morrow

Becoming Ellen by Shari Shattuck from Putnam

Along the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Williams from Putnam


A Remarkable Kindness by Diana Bletter from William Morrow

Sara:

Family Trees by Kerstin March from Kensington (e-book)

Becky:

Pippa's Cornish Dream by Debbie Johnson from Harper Impulse

The Great Village Show by Alexandra Brown from Harper Collins

What could be in YOUR mail:

The Someday Jar by Allison Morgan
Berkley has TWO copies to give away!

WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMON-DROP MARTINIS...
Real-estate broker Lanie Howard figures she has the perfect man, the perfect job, and the perfect life. Then she stumbles across her old Someday Jar, the forgotten glass relic where she stashed all the childhood wishes—no matter how crazy—that her father encouraged her to write down on the backs of Chinese restaurant fortunes. She used to be fun once! What happened to her?

DON'T CHOKE ON THE RIND.
Although Lanie is wary of uncorking her past, when an attractive stranger saves her from a life-or-death encounter with a lemon peel at the bottom of a martini glass, she realizes that life is way too short for regrets. Now, jar in hand, Lanie decides to throw caution to the wind, and carry out everything she had once hoped to do, even if it means leaving her perfectly “perfect” life behind…

Fans of Sophie Kinsella and the Shopaholic series will fall in love with Lanie Howard—young, fabulous, and desperate to transform her life—in this funny, quirky, and endearing story about finding perfect happiness in life’s most imperfect moments. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.)

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35 comments:

Suburban prep said...

I would love to go to Ireland and Italy

Janine said...

I would love to be able to pay off all of our bills and get out of debt. Plus a vacation would be nice too. We haven't gone anywhere or done anything fun in a years.

traveler said...

Travel and more travel since we haven't had the chance in many years. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Judy Weaver said...

To see some states I haven't seen yet and to visit family members on my trip.

Bonnie K. said...

I would love to take a road trip across the USA.

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Melanie Backus said...

I would like to visit the four US states that I haven't visited making my bucket list of visiting all fifty complete.

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Holly said...

Seeing the Grand Canyon.

susieqlaw said...

Travel, time with friends and family, beach life

bn100 said...

travel around the world

Rhonda Gothier said...

Go to the Grand Canyon and Boston.

cpr040304 said...

To get my bachelor's and master's in a career I love doing.

deana dick said...

I would like to visit a library in every state. I think it would be filled with historic sites and books that I would want to stay and visit with.
Deana

Lori Weller said...

I would like to go on a cruise with my family to give us all a break and a vacation.
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Vicki said...

Take a vacation to another country.

rhonda said...

Move tonSeattle for half a he year.

rhonda said...

Move tonSeattle for half a he year.

Linda Kish said...

Sadly, I don't have a someday list. I think I am too much of a realist and not a dreamer.

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Patricia said...

Iceland!

Glenda Hefty said...

I want to go with my husband to England to visit our son and also go to Switzerland...maybe for our 40th wedding anniversay...I hope!

Bonnie Franks said...

To own a house at the Jersey shore.

Kristi said...

To travel the US in an RV when I retire!

Rita said...

I would like to travel to London and Paris.

TinaB said...

A trip to Paris and New York!!

Grandma Cootie said...

Travel the country visiting all the relatives I never get to see enough of.

Jessica Meddick said...

A trip to Europe

rubynreba said...

A trip to the East coast

Diane Blaser said...

A trip to Ireland!

Elizabeth Parker said...

Traveling - Italy, Ireland, and Asia.

Terri. said...

I want to travel...everywhere!

Hailey Fish said...

I want to get my driver's license, travel to Italy, Ireland and England and swim with the dolphins while visiting Atlantis in the Bahamas. :)

Jen said...

A trip with my husband. Just getting in the car, money in hand, gas in the tank, and suitcases packed for an adventure. Stopping along the way at little known and well know spots. And plenty of pictures to document our travels!

Laurice McClung said...

I want to go to Ireland and Scotland.

Vivian Vereeke said...

Someday I'm going to finish all of the wonderful projects in my Someday Jar so I can fill it again!

EKB said...

Publish my book, travel to Paris, Ireland and Australia

Donna Harms said...

In my someday jar, to go to Vermont in the fall, to find a job I really enjoy and fill fulfilled in doing such as working with animals.