Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Spotlight and Giveaway: Talk Bookish to Me

Today we are excited to feature Kate Bromley's debut novel, Talk Bookish to Me. From what we're hearing, it sounds like she's hit it right out of the park. Thanks to Graydon House, we have one copy to give away!

Kara Sullivan is definitely not avoiding her deadline. After all, it's the week of her best friend's wedding and she's the maid of honor, so she's got lots of responsibilities. As a bestselling romance novelist with seven novels under her belt, she’s a pro and looming deadlines and writer’s block (which she definitely doesn’t have) don't scare her. She's just eager to support Cristina as she ties the knot with Jason.

But who should show up at Cristina and Jason's rehearsal dinner but Kara's college ex-boyfriend, (the gorgeous and infuriating) Ryan? Apparently, he’s one of Jason's childhood friends, and he's in the wedding party, too. Considering neither Kara nor Ryan were prepared to see each other again, it's decidedly a meet-NOT-cute. There is nothing cute about this situation, and a bit of notice to mentally prepare would’ve been nice, Cristina! However, when Kara sits down to write again the next day, her writers' block is suddenly gone. She has to wonder what’s changed. Are muses real…? And is Kara's muse...Ryan?

Talk Bookish to Me is a smart, hilarious, and uplifting feel-good story; a rom com about an unexpected creative and personal reawakening. 

"TALK BOOKISH TO ME is your new favorite comfort read! More than a romance novel, it's an ode to the genre itself. With loveable characters, charming banter, and sizzling sexual tension, TALK BOOKISH TO ME is an adorable escapist romp that's sure to put a smile on your face." 
—Kristin Rockaway, author of She's Faking It

"TALK BOOKISH TO ME is a sexy, funny, and emotional second-chance love story with a killer premise: romance author Kara is fighting a wicked case of writer's block and the only cure is hooking up with her ex Ryan. Kate Bromley's writing is as sharp as it is heartfelt. Add this book to your TBR list immediately!"
—Sarah Smith, author of Faker and Simmer Down

Photo by Samantha Rayward,
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Kate Bromley lives in New York City with her husband, son, and her somewhat excessive collection of romance novels (It’s not hoarding if it’s books, right?). She was a preschool teacher for seven years and is now focusing full-time on combining her two great passions – writing swoon-worthy love stories and making people laugh. Talk Bookish to Me is her first novel.

Visit Kate online:
Website * Twitter * Instagram

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Giveaway ends May 31st at midnight EST.


Melissa said...

I'll typically procrastinate on cleaning and organizing my bedroom and house, in general!

traveler said...

Housework of any type.

Cherisse said...

Definitely folding clothes lol!

Toni Laliberte said...

I procrastinate the most about housework. Ugh. Lol. I put it off for as long as I can. I used to love to clean when I was younger, but now that I'm 50, not so much.

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Nancy said...

I procrastinate the most on cleaning the oven.

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Anonymous said...

I procrastinate on organizing my closet. Thanks for your great generosity. Linda May

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Rita Wray said...

I procrastinate most when cleaning my closet and going through it to donate extra items.

Amber said...

I procrastinate the most on organization projects like cleaning and purging my closet and my daughter's closet!

Mary Preston said...

I actually don't procrastinate. I like to do things and get them out of the way.

Terri. said...

Everything! My mother should have named me, Procrastinella.

Charlotte Lynn said...

I am a laundry procastinator. I hate laundry... I will go buy more clothes before I do laundry.

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