Fall of Poppies by various came from William Morrow.
Short stories set in the aftermath of WWI, I am looking forward to reading these and discovering new must read authors.
The Hummingbird by Stephen P. Kiernan came from William Morrow and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
This novel about a hospice nurse whose husband has returned from a third tour in Iraq and whose main patient is a WWII vet sounds like it tackles really tough, heartbreaking issues. This will probably break my heart but I'm looking forward to it anyway.
Run the World by Becky Wade came from William Morrow and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
How fascinating would it be to run with running communities around the world? In lieu of actually doing that (which sounds soooo cool), reading about it should be the next best thing.
Finding Fontainebleu by Thad Carhart came from Viking and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
A memoir of life in Paris in the 50s and the author's return as an adult, I might not want to just read this one, I might want to live it!
The Runaway Wife by Elizabeth Birkelund came from Harper and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
About a man who is in the Alps to figure himself out when he meets three sisters looking for their mother, who has intentionally disappeared, this adventure and search story sounds like a great read.
The Valley by Helen Bryan came from Lake Union and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
The start to a trilogy about a young British woman who sails to the New World to build a life for herself, this looks wonderful.
Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale came from Lake Union and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
A book about a chef and secrets only exposed after her fiance's death, this kind of story is my catnip.
Lift by Daniel Kunitz came from Harper Wave and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
A nonfiction work focused on the gym culture today and our drive to become healthier, I'm hoping this one will help me stay focused on the exercise program I've been dedicating myself too lately.
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