Monday, March 18, 2019

Spotlight and Giveaway: Tomorrow There Will Be Sun

Dana Reinhardt's debut novel, Tomorrow There Will Be Sun, published last week. We're excited to feature it today and thanks to Viking, we have THREE copies for some lucky readers!

Two families take a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; but the idyllic fa├žade soon begins to melt away. Despite the picturesque accommodations—sunning and swimming with their dearest friends in the world along for the ride— Jenna can’t seem to get out of her own head. Her husband Peter acts secretive and defensive about calls from a certain coworker, while their daughter seems entranced by their friends’ ne’er-do-well teenage son. The expansive property feels like tight quarters as tensions mount and the weather grows stormy. As the two families fold in on themselves, news of a rift between local cartels in Puerto Vallarta drifts unnoticed in the background. The doting staff reassures them that there is nothing to worry about, so they don’t—until they’re forced to reckon with very real trouble in paradise.  

Funny, suspenseful, and sometimes plain old drunk, TOMORROW THERE WILL BE SUN is a book fit for any bag, whether you’re jetting off for your own vacation, or curling up at home only wishing to be transported far, far away.

“TOMORROW THERE WILL BE SUN is escapist fiction without the empty calories, a witty and wise tale of all the ways reality bites. Dana Reinhardt is the Nora Ephron we’ve all been missing.”
—Mary Kay Andrews, New York Times bestselling author of The High Tide Club

"A smart, funny novel about what happens when a family must contend with itself in paradise. If you can't escape to your own gorgeous villa, Tomorrow There Will Be Sun is the next best thing."
—Laura Dave, author of Hello Sunshine


Photo by Chelsea Hadley
Dana Reinhardt lives in San Francisco with her husband and two teenage daughters. TOMORROW THERE WILL BE SUN is her debut adult novel. Visit Dana at her website and on Twitter and Instagram.



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21 comments:

Tricia Gilbert said...

I plan to go shopping

Linda May said...

I have a hair appt. & then do some shopping. Thanks for your generosity.

Janine said...

The last vacation we had was about 9 years ago. In fact it was so bad, I don't really even count it as a vacation. My husband and I fought the entire time and I thought for sure we were coming home and getting a divorce. It really was that bad. It was a driving trip too so the car ride was pretty bad too.

Peggy Russo said...

I have a doctor's appointment and then I'll be running errands. Once I'm home again I'll probably squeeze in some reading before I start dinner.

Suburban prep said...

It has been quite some time since going on vacation so I will tell you that tomorrow I hope to go to yoga and then meet up with a friend.

traveler said...

I pick up the grandsons from school each day and stay with them until their parents return from work.

Kelley B said...

I do not have a story like that thankfully!

Lori Thomas said...

Taking lil one to dentist appt then coming home and doing some reading

Kristy F said...

I am working tomorrow

jean602 said...

I'm going to my daughter's house for the day.

Kelly Rodriguez said...

I will be working tomorrow.

Mary C said...

Donating platelets at the American Red Cross.

Dianne Casey said...

I had a two week Hawaiian cruise booked and the day we were supposed to leave the cruise was canceled. The worst part was my boss wouldn't let me reschedule my vacation so I could take the cruise at a later date.

Mary Preston said...

I can recall a beach holiday where it rained for the whole 2 weeks.

bn100 said...

work

Grandma Cootie said...

The Amtrak vacation - train not in very good shape, lots of delays, everything broken. The destination was great but the journey not so much.

Anonymous said...

BrendaS we were on road trip and were having mechanical issues with our minivan. We were forced to stay in that town to get our vehicle serviced. The next morning I jokingly said to the mechanic that I hope our vehicle doesn't break down because we were headed on a remote highway. Well as luck would have it, early in the evening on that remote highway, the engine died...so no headlights, no power steering. Luckily we coasted off the highway into a motel where we stayed the night and the next morning got a tow into the next town where we had to stay another night to get our vehicle fixed again. The issue was a faulty alternator. After paying another mechanics bill, we headed straight home, hundreds of kms. away. We were afraid to turn off the engine. That was our worst road trip.

Susan Roberts said...

I have a major trip to the dentist tomorrow that I am not looking forward to!

Elena Y. said...

I plan to read a lot and prepare the house for a coming visit.

Bernice Kennedy said...

After a week off relaxing and reading, I have to go back to work.

Bonnie K. said...

I don't recall anything bad happening during vacation other than my ankles and legs swelling after a long flight. It was rather painful walking, and it took several weeks for the swelling to go down. After two flights of this happening, I've been avoiding plane trips. Which is sad because there are many places I'd love to visit.