Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour for The Year of Thorns and Honey by Amy Willoughby-Burle, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
ABOUT THE BOOK
Title: The Year of Thorns and Honey
Series: Stand-alone follow-up to The Lemonade Year
Author: Amy Willoughby-Burle
Release Date: September 15, 2020
Genre: Clean Women’s Fiction
Nina is a photographer who really appreciates control. She likes to set up just the right shot with the perfect composition, but life is not always as pretty as her pictures. The lighting is off, the timing is wrong, and the subjects just won’t do like she wants them to.
She’s engaged to her ex-husband, her teenage daughter is testing all the boundaries, and her childhood memories have a For-Sale sign on them. She’s also keeping a secret about the chance of a lifetime, but what she’ll have to give up to get it might not be worth it. Just when she thinks she’s got it all figured out, an important someone resurfaces and forces her to take a hard look at what she really wants and why.
Life can be as prickly as it is sweet. Will Nina be able to let go of the perfect picture she had in her head and let her heart find the sweetness that life has to offer.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Amy Willoughby-Burle grew up in the small coastal town of Kure Beach, North Carolina. She studied writing at East Carolina University and is now a writer and teacher living in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband and four children. She writes about the mystery and wonder of everyday life. Her contemporary fiction focuses on the themes of second chances, redemption, and finding the beauty in the world around us.
Amy is the author of the short story collection, Out Across the Nowhere, and the novels, The Lemonade Year and The Year of Thorns and Honey. Amy says, “God didn’t give me the desire to understand algebra or the knowledge of exactly when and where to use a semicolon, and I’m not that great of a speller, but He did give me a wild imagination, the ability to string words together, and the desire to tell stories. I hope I can do Him proud.”
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(1) winner will receive a The Year of Thorns and Honey prize package!
Full tour schedule linked below. Giveaway began at midnight January 26, 2021 and will last through 11:59 PM EST on February 2, 2021. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. US only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.
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It sounds like a really interesting book. Thank you for sharing.
Sounds so good.
A new to me author. But this book sounds very interesting!
Sounds like a great read.
So looking forward to reading this!
This is a new-to-me author. I love romance novels. Thanks for sharing!
I would love to read this one! Adding to my tbr!
The Year of Thorns and Honey sounds like an engaging book! I’d love to read this one!
This sounds really good
Engaged to her ex! Now that sounds interesting!
Sounds very interesting. Thank you for sharing.
The book sounds great – I would love to read it. The title is really appealing as well.
Sounds like a great, complex female lead character. Love it!
I love the story line and love the cover!
This is a new to me Author and the book sounds awesome
This sounds like a great book. This is at the top of my TBR list!
Great story, very realistic
This sounds like a nice story. I’d like to read it.
The plot sounds complex yet fascinating-and may be a good read for a winter’s day.
It’s always fun to discover new authors, and especially a fellow Carolina grill.
My dad was a beekeeper and I love honey! Super fun.
“The Year of Thorns and Honey” sounds like a fabulous book. Amy Willoughby-Burle is a new to me author. I am hoping to rectify that very soon with the opportunity to read this book which is now on my TBR list.
This book sounds so interesting. Love the title.
A captivating and special story which interests me. The honey aspect is delightful.
This so sounds like my kind of read and I love the cover too.
Sounds very interesting and I like the title.
Sounds like a great read
Sounds like a must read!
This sounds like a great read.
The book sounds great, Love the cover
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