Friday, June 18, 2021

What's in the a giveaway


Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey from Berkley (e-book via NetGalley); Enter our giveaway!
In Another Light by A.J. Banner from Lake Union (e-book via NetGalley)
Mom Jeans and Other Mistakes by Alexa Martin from Berkley (e-book via NetGalley)
Paper Doll Lina by Robyn Lucas from Kathleen Carter Communications
The Lily Garden by Barbara Josselsohn from Bookouture (e-book via NetGalley)
Where It All Lands by Jennie Wexler from St. Martin's Press  (e-book via NetGalley)
Sunrise by the Sea
by Jenny Colgan from William Morrow (e-book via NetGalley)
When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord from St. Martin's Press (e-book via NetGalley)
The Love Study by Kris Ripper from Carina Press (e-book)
The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang from Berkley (e-book via NetGalley)
Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty from Henry Holt

Maps for the Getaway by Annie England Noblin from HarperCollins (won from Goodreads)
Too Good To Be Real
by Melonie Johnson from St. Martin's Press
Act Cool by Tobly McSmith from HarperCollins (e-book via NetGalley)
Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult from Ballantine (e-book via NetGalley)
As If On Cue by Marisa Kanter from Simon and Schuster (e-book via NetGalley)
The One True Me and You by Remi K. England from St. Martin's Press (e-book via NetGalley)


The Next Ship Home by Heather Webb from Tall Poppy Writers (e-book via NetGalley)
Kill All Your Darlings by David Bell from Berkley (e-book via NetGalley)
The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix from Berkley (e-book via NetGalley)


In a Nutshell by Cindy Dorminy from Red Adept (e-book)
Secrets on the Italian Island by T.A. Williams from Rachel's Random Resources (e-book via NetGalley)
The Boy in the Photo by Nicole Trope from Grand Central Publishing (e-book)
Seven Days in June by Tia Williams from Grand Central Publishing (e-book)
Write My Name Across the Sky by Barbara O'Neal from SparkPoint (e-book via NetGalley)

The Castle 
by/from Anne Montgomery (e-book; not available online yet)
Anarchy in High Heels by Denise Larson from SparkPoint Studio (e-book)
The Promise of Summer by Bella Osborne from Rachel's Random Resources  (e-book via NetGalley)
Mom Rules by/from Hilary Grossman (e-book)
The Girl in the '67 Beetle by/from Linda Lenhoff (e-book)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Frieda's Song by Ellen Prentiss Campbell. Ellen has TWO copies to give away!

Check out Sara's review.

Frieda's Song, a novel, is inspired by renowned psychiatrist Frieda Fromm-Reichmann. Fleeing Nazi Germany in 1935, she came to the Chestnut Lodge Sanatorium in Rockville, Maryland. Frieda worked there for the rest of her life, establishing the Lodge's reputation for innovative treatment of mental illness, dying in her custom-built cottage on the grounds under mysterious circumstances in 1957. Decades later, psychotherapist Eliza Kline and her teenage son Nick live in Frieda's cottage, next door to the closed and abandoned hospital. 

As told by Frieda, Eliza, and Nick, the novel explores the tension between love and work, the strength and limits of relationship, and what healers must do to heal themselves. Frieda's Song is a tale of the way history and chance, and the work and people we love, shape our lives-and how the past is always present, haunting us. (Courtesy of Amazon.)

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Mary C said...

A relative who was a cutter - fortunately, with help, it is no longer an issue.

Carl Scott said...

Yes, quite a bit actually.

diannekc said...

Yes, there has been instances of mental illness in our family.

traveler said...

I haven't experienced this with family members or friends.

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Mary Preston said...

no, none at all.

Peggy Russo said...

Although never officially diagnosed I believe my father suffered from mental illness (or PTSD).