Hello fellow booklovers!
I hope this finds you well!
So, this will be kept super short, but I just wanted to let those of you #bookstagrammers know that I have teamed up with two wonderful people who own their own companies to do a mega giveaway!
If you would like to enter, just visit my Instagram page – @thenashvillewifereads – and follow the instructions. It’s super easy and you can win a LOT of stuff! Here’s an excerpt from the page:
ONE winner will get…
⭐️ Up to $18 on Amazon or BookDepository for any book of your choice!
⭐️ $15 off any book sweater from @bookinasweater (👉🏼 click the link in her profile to see her store).
⭐️ 1 free bookmark (double-sided cotton candy, see pics).
⭐️ 1 free t-shirt from @bookchicktshirts (see pics for your choices)
How awesome is that? It’s easy to enter so head on over to Instagram and check it out!
Giveaway ends Friday, July 18th at 11:59 pm.
Winner will be announced by July 20th.
Giveaway is not affiliated with WordPress, Instagram or any of the authors or publishers tagged.
Author: Tara Conklin
5 – breathtaking- stars
I was almost in tears when this book ended.
My heart was *shredded*. My chest ached. I yearned to go back in time, to resurrect these people, this family.
I made some friends tonight.
No, I became part of a family. A family named the Skinners…
Noni. Renee. Caroline. Joe. Fiona.
A family torn apart by tragedy.
CONTINUE TO: The Last Romantics (Review)
A mother collapses.
Children survive scathed but not broken.
Author: Alyssa Sheinmel
“What’s your name?” he asked.
CONTINUE TO: A Danger to Herself and Others (Review)
I consider saying: What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.
I was sitting; he was standing. The clipboard was level with my forehead, and when he cocked his hip, the clipboard swayed dangerously close to my face. He smiled tightly. His teeth were yellow and crooked.
He said, “Don’t be difficult.”
Do you find Shakespeare difficult?
“What’s your name?” he repeated.
Author: Sophie Kinsella
Fixie Farr lives within a dynamic family: Family First as the family motto goes.
Mum is as peaceful and loving as they come. She’s the supermom that you could only ever dream to become.
Dad was bigger than life before he passed away, leaving an empty hole and an empty chair at the dinner table. He was the man in charge in their family business (Farr’s) but when he passed, Mum worked her tail off to keep it thriving.
CONTINUE TO: I Owe You One (Review)