A couple of weeks ago I went to go see Nicholas Sparks speak in Omaha and I wrote about it here. It only felt appropriate to write a review of his latest novel and I decided to do a giveaway! I’ve wanted to do one for awhile so I am definitely excited for this to be my first!
Check out my review, and then the rules for entry will be beneath the review. Here we go!
A few weeks back I picked up a book at Afterword Tavern & Shelves: Kansas City. I grabbed When All Is Said by Anne Griffin. I was intrigued by the cover, and the description of the book. It sounded heartfelt, and a change of pace from the kind of books I seem often to gravitate towards.
Nicholas Sparks is one of those authors whose books have been a large part of my life, and my personal library. A few months back my long-time friend Janessa asked me if I would want to come visit her and see Nicholas Sparks speak in Omaha.
Back in February I visited Tulsa with some friends– I wrote about it here. While I was there I stumbled into a book store called Magic City Books.
If I see a bookstore I have to go in. While I was there I spotted a basket near the register that advertised a blind date with a book. The books were gift wrapped with a few bullet points to give you an idea of what the book was about.
I recently joined an online-based book club and the pick this month was The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastleby Stuart Turton. The book was already on my endless TBR list so I was really excited to dive in. I was intrigued instantly. The title itself makes you think. I also love how Gatsby-esque the cover appears. I am a sucker for Gatsby.
Last weekend a snowstorm hit Kansas City and I welcomed it with open arms. The snow was a perfect excuse to stay in my apartment all weekend without any judgement. (Not that I would care anyway, to be honest.) I have a love/hate relationship with the snow. I love how it looks, and I love how peaceful it can feel. But I hate the inevitable task of digging out my car or getting snow inside of my shoes.