Welcome to the weekend! I pet sat for a friend last week, and this week is going to be a full one. I got a nice surprise yesterday when a college friend reached out to me yesterday and said she and two of her daughters are going to be in Nashville for a few days. It’s been oer twenty years, so I’m looking forward to visiting with her.
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One winner will receive print copies of A Distance Too Grand, Nothing Short of Wondrous, and A View Most Glorious by Regina Scott. Giveaway ends Oct 22, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST and is open to US Mailing address only.
Suzie, do you mean “A Distance Too Grand” instead of “A View Most Grand”? I got a bit confused, lol!
Any new books coming out at all is what I’m looking forward to, especially contemporary or historical 🙂
And yes, I read the post by Nicole Deese on Facebook the other day about book shortages…well, really paper shortage. The post office is already slow enough as it is anymore! I just wonder how this with affect book publishers, I’m sure it’s already a huge strain on them. I hope they don’t lose sales 🙁 I read a lot of ebooks, but I still much prefer a real book in hand. And I certainly can’t afford to pre-order every book I want! So yeah, this is really going to affect readers, authors, and publishers.
Suzie Waltner says
Ha, ha! I do mean A Distance Too Grand. I’m the one who was confused, lol. Thanks for pointing that out. I’m going to fix it right now.
Ok, fixed it and realized I forgot to add the giveaway image too! 🙂
I’m sure book publishers will be putting more emphasis on e-books. My 2022 release is an e-book first publisher, so I’m grateful for that.
Natalya Lakhno says
Anticipating the release of Hidden Danger by Jerusha Agen!
I hadn’t heard of the paper shortage. Thanks for sharing & the giveaway. 🙂
I just preordered The Finder of Forgotten Things by Sarah Loudin Thomas.
I do have a kindle but prefer to read paperbacks, so I wouldn’t be in a huge bind if books were not being printed as quickly.
Caryl Kane says
I’m excited about Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen and The London House by Katherine Reay.
Suzie Waltner says
Oh, I’m looking forward to reading The London House too.
Roxanne C. says
I am looking forward to Lost in Darkness by Michelle Griep and Freedom’s Song by Kim Vogel Sawyer.
Chanel M. says
How sad about the paper shortage! I had no idea. I’ll try to support authors in any way that I can.
On a happier note, I’m also excited for The London House by Katherine Reay and Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen.