Great Bookish News and Upcoming New Releases (5/28)

Welcome to Great Bookish News. Check out the news that caught our eye this past week and what we’re looking forward to…

Ann Marie Walker has a terrific giveaway going on over at facebook. There’s tons of swag and 2 signed books. One from Robyn Carr and one from Christina Lauren! Enter here and good luck.

Helena Hunting has revealed the cover and release date for Fractures in Ink. You can also find all the pre-order info and a giveaway on her website here. I’m very excited about this book. The Clipped Wings series is one of my most favorite and recommended, and I’ve been hoping for Chris and Sarah’s story.

Samantha Young has announced a new book which is titled The Impossible Vastness of US. It has a release date for the summer of 2017. You can read more on Samantha’s website.

XOXO After Dark has a Summer Beach Reads sweepstakes going on here, and a You’ll Be Okay giveaway here (this one ends Tuesday so don’t delay).

If you’re in need of a good laugh you must visit Colleen Hoover’s website and read this post, and that’s all I’m going to say.

Now check out some of this week’s upcoming new releases…




Have a great Saturday!

Tamie Xo




2 thoughts on “Great Bookish News and Upcoming New Releases (5/28)

  1. Shameless just came on my radar, that looks like fun sexy read! Loved Everywhere and Every Way. It was my first Jennifer Probst book. Happy Saturday Tamie!


  2. katiebird says:

    Colleen Hoover’s post is sofaking hilarious! I think she might have been a little drunk….lol. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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