Early Galley Giveaway – Ends Midnight, Monday, August 28th

I have been lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to host a giveaway for a galley that I’m very much looking forward to reading: Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak!

This early galley giveaway is in anticipation of the book’s release in hardcover on October 17th. And I’ll be doing a blog tour post, including a review, on November 7th! In the meantime, one of you will get to enjoy an early print galley of:


The details of the giveaway are pretty straightforward:

The prize: (1) print copy of an early galley, Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak!

Start date: NOW!!!

End date: August 28th, 2017 at Midnight EST

To enter: Just leave a comment on THIS post by the end date (see above!)

To qualify: You MUST have a US mailing address.

The winner will be selected by random draw by yours truly and announced here by Thursday, August 31st. Once the winner has been selected, I will forward their mailing information to the publisher. The publisher will be mailing the prize directly. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comments. Thanks!


About the book:

A week is a long time to spend with your family. Now imagine being quarantined with them over Christmas.

That’s the delicious premise in SEVEN DAYS OF US, about a dysfunctional British family forced into quarantine together. Eldest daughter Olivia, a doctor, has just returned from treating a life-threatening virus in Africa and must spend seven days in quarantine. Her family, forced into lockdown with her, decides to spend the week in their crumbling and isolated country manor, Weyfield Hall. Each arrives carrying secrets and simmering resentments.

With the Birch family under one roof for the first time in years, keeping secrets is no longer an option. And when a shocking, unexpected visitor arrives, the family’s pressurized state will boil over, spilling problems—and possibly the deadly virus—outside the gates of Weyfield Hall.

In residence with Olivia are her unabashedly frivolous younger sister Phoebe, fixated on her upcoming wedding; father Andrew, sequestered in his study writing scathing restaurant reviews and longing for his glory days as a war correspondent; and sweet bumbling matriarch Emma, who’s hiding a secret that will turn the whole family upside down. Anyone who loves their family—in small doses—will relate to the inner thoughts of each character.

This Is Where I Leave You meets “Love Actually” in SEVEN DAYS OF US.

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