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Friday, June 7, 2013


A sampler of 40 forthcoming titles to coincide with BookExpo America. Start reading exclusive pre-publication excerpts right now from 40 top fall and winter titles, including many by authors appearing at BEA. It includes hot debuts, nonfiction from bestselling authors, breakout books from seasoned novelists, and some great young adult literature. Enjoy new work from Elizabeth Gilbert, Jonathan Lethem, Amy Tan, Sue Grafton, Wally Lamb, Alan Weisman, Tamora Pierce, and more.

At the end of most excerpts, you will find a link to the full galley on NetGalley!

My Thoughts:

I just read through this book and it is pretty cool. It has descriptions of top 40 books from fall and winter, that will also have authors appearing at BookExpoAmerica.
At the end of the description you get a sample chapter from the book and if you like it there is a link where you can download the book.
If you are a reviewer with NetGalley and want to check out some of the top books from fall/winter this is a great way to do it.

Always the Baker, Finally the Bride


In "Always the Baker, Never the Bride," readers fell in love with Emma Rae and Jackson, and they've gotten more acquainted with them in the two books that followed. But now it s time for the diamond to meet the road as Jackson fields an offer to sell The Tanglewood, a move that will uproot this high-flying family act once and for all. Get reacquainted with all of the lovable and quirky characters from the first three books as your favorite diabetic baker figures out if she'll achieve her greatest goal of all: Will Emma, at last, become FINALLY the Bride?

 About Sandie Bricker:

For more than a decade, Sandra D. Bricker lived in Los Angeles. While honing her chosen craft of screenwriting in every spare moment, she worked as a personal assistant and publicist to some of daytime television's hottest stars. When her mother became ill in Florida, she put Southern California in her rearview mirror and moved across the country to take on a new role: Caregiver.

"I guess most people would see my career as a publicist as a sort of dream job. But giving it up turned out to be the best thing that could have happened to me!" she declares. "Not only was I given the gift of getting to know my mother as an adult woman before she passed away, but I was also afforded the blessing of being able to focus completely on my dream of a writing career."

My Thoughts:

Ema has been the baker, who is diabetic, baking all these beautiful wedding cakes but she has never had the opportunity to be the bride.
Jackson runs the Tanglewood Inn in GA., and their romance has been brewing for awhile now.
In Sandie's laugh out loud style she pens a funny romance that has you laughing out loud.
I don't want to say too much about the story itself because I don't want to reveal too much about what happens.
Suffice it to say that planning the perfect wedding is a hoot. 

I highly recommend this book!

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