Booking Through Summer Mini Challenge: Bookish Brew

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I’m hosting a mini challenge for the Booking Through Summer Reading Challenge! This event is hosted by kimberlyfaye reads and BookNerd Betsy. If you want more info on this challenge, go to this post. And if you want to keep up with what’s happening, join the Facebook event!

And now for the challenge!

Here’s how to participate:
  • Post a picture of what you’re reading and what you’re drinking
  • Share it on your blog, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
  • Use the hashtags #bookishbrew and #bookingit
  • Enter your link in the linkup below
  • Use the Rafflecopter below to enter to win a $10 Amazon gift card (USD).
  • Don’t forget to enter your link in the grand prize Rafflecopter to get extra points towards the big, end of summer giveaway!

My #bookishbrew is a glass of Pinot Noir and Black-Eyed Susans* by Julia Heaberlin. I have been loving suspense novels lately, and this one sounds promising!

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*Provided by publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

 

Now it’s your turn! Enter your link – from your blog, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook – below. Then make sure to enter the giveaway!

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This giveaway is open internationally.

 

Happy Reading!

 

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20 thoughts on “Booking Through Summer Mini Challenge: Bookish Brew

  1. Rachel says:

    I’m reading The Good Father by Diane Chamberlain. Great story, easy to get through, and actually just realised her writing style reminds me of CoHo’s, or vice versa, which could explain why I love her! R x

    • Brandie says:

      Huh, it’s been forever since I read anything by that author, and I don’t remember her writing style. You have me curious now! If you are comparing her to CoHo, then I may have to revisit her stuff!

      • Rachel says:

        The Good Father has a early 20’s protagonist, so that’s another reason why I’m feeling the CoHo vibes. Gritty, realistic, easy to get through, great characters. All good 🙂

      • Rachel says:

        Aw, no. Haha – the more I’m reading though, the more this one is definitely reminiscent of CoHo.. not sure if it will get 5 though… But I generally give CoHo 4.5 for my faves, only one (two maybe)… two have gotten 5. R x

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