Thursday, September 10, 2020

Spotlight and Giveaway: In Case You Missed It

Today we are featuring In Case You Missed It by Lindsey Kelk. Thanks to HarperCollins, we have THREE copies to give away!

When Ros steps off a plane after four years away she’s in need of a job, a flat and a phone that actually works. And, possibly, her old life back. Because everyone at home has moved on, her parents have reignited their sex life, she’s sleeping in a converted shed and she’s got a bad case of nostalgia for the way things were.

Then her new phone begins to ping with messages from people she thought were deleted for good. Including one number she knows off by heart: her ex’s.

Sometimes we’d all like the chance to see what we’ve been missing…


‘Swoops you up and fills your heart with such joy’ 
~Giovanna Fletcher, bestselling author of Some Kind of Wonderful  

‘It might be the funniest and most relatable of ALL BOOKS EVER’ ~Lucy Vine, bestselling author of Hot Mess 

‘I loved it’ 
~Mhairi McFarlane, bestselling author of If I Never Met You

Lindsey Kelk is an author, journalist and prolific tweeter. Previously a children’s book editor and columnist for Marie Claire, Lindsey is now a full-time writer and lives in Los Angeles. She is published in 22 countries and her novels, including the I Heart series, the Tess Brookes About a Girl series and standalones, have sold over two million copies worldwide. You can connect with her and her community of fans at her website and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Giveaway ends September 15th at midnight EST.

22 comments:

Linda May said...

The book looks terrific, Thanks for your great generosity.

susieqlaw said...

I missed out on seeing family and friends lately.

A Soccer Mom's Book Blog said...

I miss out on all the end and beginning of school year events. I have a senior and a freshman and they (and I) have missed out on so many traditions.

Rita Wray said...

I missed out on seeing my grandchildren because of the virus.

Nancy Payette said...

I have missed out on a lot of things this year but I wish I had been able to see my son graduate from the Army boot camp in 2019 but they didn't give us enough notice. I was very disappointed but thankful that another mom sent me a video of him graduating.

traveler said...

I have missed seeing relatives this summer and fall.

Suburban prep said...

I usually go out to lunch or dinner with my mother on my birthday (today). Today I will not be able to because a number of the places are only open outdoors and also I want to keep my mother safe so she only goes out to a few places and eating is not one of them.

Karen B said...

Just getting outside to walk. We have a lot of restrictions in assisted living.

Gretchen said...

Going out to eat and seeing movies

diannekc said...

I missed going on vacation.

Terri. said...

This sounds like a great read.

Mary C said...

I missed my niece's birthday.

jodi marinich said...

i am missing my daughters sweet 16 party ..we had 2 reschedule twice so far....

Mary Preston said...

I missed visiting family.

Kelly Rodriguez said...

I missed visiting my friends and family’s.

bn100 said...

visiting friends

Lana said...

I missed out on seeing my nephew when he was born. I have had a lot more time for reading though!

dstoutholcomb said...

I've missed out on a lot in 2020.

denise

Linda Kish said...

I missed out on a text that didn't arrive about the passing of a friend of mine (not from COVID) a few days ago.

Bonnie K. said...

I missed out on getting together with family to celebrate my parents' birthdays.

rubynreba said...

I missed out on a lot of activities for my grandchildren this year.

Shannon S said...

Sounds like a fun read...something many of us need right now!!