Friday, May 6, 2016

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

Melissa A:

Better in the Morning by Fern Ronay from Red Adept Publishing (e-book)

One Less Problem Without You by
Beth Harbison from St. Martin's Press

Discovering You by Brenda Novak from Tandem Literary


The Velvet Hours by Alyson Richman from Berkley/NAL

People Who Knew Me by Kim Hooper from St. Martin's Press

Amy:

Not Working by Lisa Owens from
Penguin Random House

The Pursuit of Pearls by Jane Thynne from Penguin Random House

Sara:

For Rent by/from Erin Huss (e-book)

Jami:

Sunshine Beach by Wendy Wax from
Joan Schulhafer Publishing & Media Consulting

Love, or Nearest Offer by Adèle Geras from Quercus

(Both are e-books via NetGalley.)

Denise:

Lawyer for the Cat by Lee Robinson from
St. Martin's Press

Only in Naples by Katherine Wilson from Penguin Random House





What could be in YOUR mail:

In honor of The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews publishing on May 17th (we will be featuring it later this month), Tandem Literary has a goody bag for one lucky US reader!

Here’s what you could win:
• Copy of BEACH TOWN in trade paperback
• Copy of SPRING FEVER in mass market paperback
• Two different Mary Kay Andrews bookmarks
• A recipe card featuring two recipes from MKA’s kitchen
• BEACH TOWN sunglasses
• BEACH TOWN lip balm with SPF 15

How to win: Use Rafflecopter to enter the giveaway. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. If you have trouble using Rafflecopter on our blog, enter the giveaway here.


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US only. Giveaway ends May 11th at midnight EST.

20 comments:

Burma Turner said...

I used to love to play games in the street with the neighborhood kids!

TinaB said...

Going to the beach!!

Heather Sebastian said...

Spending time at the beach next to our house was my absolute FAVORITE :)

traveler said...

Riding bikes all over the area with friends.

Tatum Rangel said...

I liked when my dad would often take my siblings and me out for ice cream. And then we'd go out for a drive.

Janine said...

I used to like hanging out at the creek and catching snakes (yes, I know it's weird for someone who is now afraid of them) and then taking them home to scare my mother.

Kelly Rodriguez said...

I used to love going swimming and playing outside all day long with my friends. We never ever wanted to be inside the house and hated when our mom and dad called us inside the house for dinner or bedtime.

Bonnie K. said...

My family did a lot of camping during the summer with lots of fishing and hiking; so, that would be the most favorite summer activity of mine. The rest of the time was finding someone in the neighborhood to play with doing roller skating, hopscotch, lemonade stands, playing with barbie dolls, and lots of reading.

Rita said...

Loved hide and seek. My friends and I played outside all day in the good old days.

Linda Kish said...

Playing outside all day with the neighborhood kids and catching fireflies in the evening.

Bonnie Franks said...

We had a lake nearby and I used to like to play in the water. I couldn't swim, but it was fun.

Jen said...

Swimming in our pool with my family, friends and cousins!

Holly said...

Playing softball.

penney said...

I'd love to take my daughters and husband and go camping in the woods.
Penney

Grandma Cootie said...

Sitting outside, reading, bag of potato chips and a Coke at my side!

Amy Bez said...

Spending 24/7 at the pool!

susieqlaw said...

Swimming!

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

Going to the beach was my favorite thing
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Carol Doscher said...

My favorite summertime activity is swimming. I can stay in the pool all day!

Kelly M said...

Going to the pool!