Hey, Everyone! It’s Friday!
We are currently preparing for Hurricane Irma to come and do her worst to us Floridians. Depending on how this storm affects us, I may not approve and respond to comments for awhile. It’s still early so no one has any idea where exactly the storm’s going to hit, but it’s a big storm so we will see/feel some of it. ALL of Florida is under a state of emergency. They’re saying that this is the worst storm in history since Hurricane Andrew. Yikes! Please keep us in your prayers! Oh and don’t forget to pray for Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina because they’re supposed to get hit pretty hard too! Continue reading
Hey Loves! Today is an exciting day because Courtney Wash is chatting with us about her newest novel, Just Look Up. Most of you already know how much I love Just Look Up! It is not only one of my favorite reads of 2017, but one of my all time favorite reads.
Courtney is also giving away a physical copy of the book to one lucky winner! Stay tuned until the very end to learn how to enter.
About Courtney Walsh
Courtney Walsh is a novelist, artist, theater director, and playwright. Change of Heart is her fifth novel and is set in the same town as Paper Hearts. Her debut novel, A Sweethaven Summer, hit the New York Times and USA Today e-book bestseller lists and was a Carol Award finalist in the debut author category. She has written two additional books in the Sweethaven series, as well as two craft books and several full-length musicals. Courtney lives in Illinois where she and her husband own a performing and visual arts studio. They have three children.
Release Date: July 4, 2017
Genre: Contemporary / Romance
About the Book:
After tirelessly climbing the ranks of her Chicago-based interior design firm, Lane Kelley is about to land her dream promotion when devastating news about her brother draws her back home–a quaint tourist town full of memories she’d just as soon forget. With her cell phone and laptop always within reach, Lane aims to check on her brother while staying focused on work–something her eclectic family doesn’t understand. Continue reading