Friday, March 29, 2024

What's in the (e) a book giveaway


The Dating Contract by/from Stacey Agdern (ebook)
Brooklyn Thomas Isn't Here by Alli Vail from Post Hill Press (NetGalley)
Another First Chance by Robbie Couch from Simon & Schuster (ebook)
The Summer Pact by Emily Giffin from Ballantine (print)
Days of Wonder by Caroline Leavitt from Algonquin Books (NetGalley)
The Paris Network by Siobhan Curham from Hachette (print)
All They Ask Is Everything by Hadley Leggett from Lake Union (NetGalley)
Yes No Maybe by/from Jessica Sherry (NetGalley)
The Near Miss by Lily Joseph from Bookouture (NetGalley)
The Whisper Sister by Jennifer S. Brown from Lake Union (NetGalley)
The Booklover's Library by Madeline Martin from Harlequin (NetGalley)
A Perfect Story by ElĂ­sabet Benavent from Sourcebooks (NetGalley)
The Briar Club by Kate Quinn from William Morrow


The Love Algorithm by Camilla Isley from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Her Husband's Lie by Amanda Reynolds from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Cash Delgado is Living the Dream by Tehlor Kay Mejia from Random House (NetGalley)

One Perfect Couple by Ruth Ware from Gallery (NetGalley)
The Faculty Lounge by Jennifer Mathieu from Dutton (NetGalley)

Melissa S:
Effie Olsen's Summer Special by Rochelle Bilow from Berkley (print) 

The Lovers by Rebecca Faubion from Berkley (NetGalley)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Here We Go Again by Alison Cochrun

Thanks to Atria, we have one copy to give away! Melissa loved this novel, as evidenced by her Bookstagram post. It's next in her review queue, so you'll be hearing more about it soon.

A long time ago, Logan Maletis and Rosemary Hale used to be friends. They spent their childhood summers running through the woods, rebelling against their conservative small town, and dreaming of escaping. But then an incident the summer before high school turned them into bitter rivals. After graduation, they went ten years without speaking.

Now in their thirties, Logan and Rosemary find they aren’t quite living the lives of adventure they imagined for themselves. Still in their small town and working as teachers at their alma mater, they’re both stuck in old patterns. Uptight Rosemary chooses security and stability over all else, working constantly, and her most stable relationship is with her label maker. Chaotic and impulsive Logan has a long list of misguided ex-lovers and an apathetic shrug she uses to protect herself from anything real. And as hard as they try to avoid each other—and their complicated past—they keep crashing into each other. Including with their cars.

But when their beloved former English teacher and lifelong mentor tells them he has only a few months to live, they’re forced together once and for all to fulfill his last wish: a cross-country road trip. Stuffed into the gayest van west of the Mississippi, the three embark on a life-changing summer trip—from Washington state to the Grand Canyon, from the Gulf Coast to coastal Maine—that will chart a new future and perhaps lead them back to one another. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.)

“It’ll make you laugh and it’ll make you cry, but above all else, it’ll make you miss that teacher who impacted your life when you were a kid. This book shows the things we’ll do for those we love, and that you can find humor in the sad times.”
—Hannah Grace, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Icebreaker

"Funny, tender, heart-wrenching, and hopeful. Here We Go Again is a love letter to educators and queer mentors, and opening up your heart even when it hurts. Alison Cochrun knocks it out of the park again."
—Rosie Danan, USA Today bestselling author of Do Your Worst

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Anonymous said...

Can’t wait to read here we go again!

traveler said...

My grade 4 teacher was a superlative teacher who gave me confidence and was helpful and sincere.

Lisa D said...

I had some great teachers while I was at school and I still write to one of them almost thirty years later! The teacher that I write to was so kind while I was dealing with a juvenile diabetes diagnosis while I was in her class. She had never taught a child with diabetes before so it was all very new to her too.

Michael Law said...

I would say my 9th grade World History teacher. He was so good because he told us stories like he was actually there.

Rita Wray said...

I grew up in Australia. My teachers were all wonderful. My 3rd grade teacher was named Mrs. Smith and she looked like Queen Elizabeth. She made learning fun.

Suburban prep said...

I would say that the teacher who was also the moderator for the high school yearbook. She helped us in the vision of the completed yearbook. Later on she would be my wedding coordinator.

Mary C said...

My first grade teacher who took the class to the newly opened branch library to get library cards.

Amy said...

My third grade teacher is the one who made me want to be a teacher and my fourth grade teacher solidified that thought!

Mary Preston said...

My geography teacher made the world sound like an amazing place,

bn100 said...

math teacher

Darla Kidder said...

My history teacher, I really loved to read about Arizona history and the wars and battles with the Indians.

Nancy P said...

Mrs. Gallagher (RIP) took an interest in a very shy girl in yet another new school & helped me catch up during recess so the other kids didn't know. They don't make teachers like her anymore.