A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan came from Simon and Schuster.
A book about a mom trying to have it all, the future of reading, and recommended for readers of Where'd You Go, Bernadette? Well, sign me right up! I can hardly wait.
The Road Home by Kathleen Shoop came from CreateSpace and BookSparks PR for a blog tour.
The turn of the century (that'd be the nineteenth century) is fascinating to me so I am looking forward to this book about twin teenagers and their mother and all of the strife they must make it through.
Baker's Blues by Judith Ryan Hendricks came from Chien Blue Press and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
The third in the Bread Alone series, I have been collecting this series and waiting for it to be complete before diving into it so I didn't have to wait for it to finish. Now I can read it with no worries.
The Woman in the Photograph by Dana Gynther came from Gallery Books.
I find the relationship between Lee Miller and Man Ray to be intriguing in so many ways so I am looking forward to another fictionalization of it.
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