Friday, March 10, 2023

What's in the (e) a (print) giveaway


Family Lore by Elizabeth Acevedo from Ecco (NetGalley)
The Nanny by Lana Ferguson from Berkley (NetGalley)
Have You Seen Her by Catherine McKenzie from Atria (NetGalley)
Old Enough by Haley Jakobson from Dutton (NetGalley)
Welcome to Beach Town by Susan Wiggs from William Morrow (NetGalley)
The Intern by Michele Campbell from St. Martin's Press (NetGalley)
I Like Me Better by Robby Weber from Inkyard Press (NetGalley)
New Normal by Michelle Paris from Lola's Blog Tours (ebook)
Good for You by Camille Pagan from Lake Union (NetGalley)
I Wish We Weren't Related by Radhika Sanghani from Berkley (NetGalley)
Summer on Sag Harbor by Sunny Hostin from Book Club Girl (NetGalley)
Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant by Curtis Chin from Little, Brown (NetGalley)
Every Other Weekend by Margaret Klaw from She Writes Press (NetGalley)
If I See You Again Tomorrow by Robbie Couch from Simon and Schuster (print)

His Mother's Lies by JA Andrews from Rachel's Random Resources (ebook)
Darren, Andrew, and Mrs. Hall by RJ Gould from Rachel's Random Resources (ebook)
I Love You, Always Forever by Charlie Dean from Rachel's Random Resources (ebook)
Murder in Florence by T.A. Williams from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
The Illicit Love Of A Courtesan by Jane Lark from Rachel's Random Resources (ebook)
Better Off Wed by Portia MacIntosh from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)

Swimming with Ghosts by Michelle Brafman from Blankenship PR (print)
Mr Katō Plays Family by Milena Michiko Flašar from Tor (NetGalley)
One of the Boys by Jayne Cowie from Berkley (NetGalley)
Royal Coconut Beach Lunch Club by Diane Bergner from Meryl Moss Media Group (print)

What could be in YOUR mail...

Love and Other Flight Delays by Denise Williams

Thanks to Berkley, we have one copy for a lucky reader!

Three novellas:

An airport pet groomer meets her frequent-flier crush and ends up in a fake-dating situation with a professional risk assessor who moonlights as a romance author.
Two strangers share a romantic night together only to discover months later that they're professional rivals about to embark on an extended business trip together in this grumpy-meets-sunshine romance novella. 

Two best friends have one week to return a lost love letter found in a candy store at the airport—and work up the courage to confess the deep feelings between them—before one of them leaves the country.

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Rita Wray said...

I flew to Australia to see family. It's been a few years.

Toni Laliberte said...

I've never been on a plane. Thanks for the chance!

Kelly Rodriguez said...

I flew to Florida to get go on my cruise years ago.

Mary Preston said...

Decades ago now. I went to the coast for a holiday.

Mary C said...

I flew to Hawaii to visit friends.

Marta Suárez Mazaira said...

To the Netherlands, the summer before the pandemic

Suburban prep said...

Last time I flew anywhere it was the end of summer 2001.
It is due to a health issue where I am unable to fly that has caused me not to be able to fly.
I have travelled, but by other means--but even that not for a long time.

Lindsey said...

The last time I flew was in 2011 on my honeymoon to Las Vegas.

traveler said...

I flew last summer to a family wedding.

Linda Kish said...

It's probably been 20 or more years since I was on a plane last.

bn100 said...

few months ago

satkins said...

Two years ago I flew to Florida from Ky to see my brother-great trip

diannekc said...

It's been awhile, but it was a trip to Colorado to visit family and friends.

Nancy P said...

Almost 20 years ago but going to Italy in May!

Cherisse said...

We flew to Bermuda, best trip.