Beach Basket Bonanza

Happy first day of summer!

It’s the longest day of the year and I’ve got lots to accomplish. I’m about to head out the door on my tour for the paperback of The Fixer Upper, but wanted to drop a quick line with a reminder about a giveaway that I originally mentioned in my spring newsletter.

This one is for anyone in a book group. Tell me…What is the most fun you’ve had with your book club? Did you take a trip together? Have a great dinner party? A fascinating discussion that took you to some unexpected places? Or did one of your gatherings just become “one of those nights” that you’ll never forget for one reason or another? Share your tales with me. As usual I’ll publish some of my favorites on my blog and pick one lucky winner.

The winner gets a fab summer-themed basket full of goodies to share with their book club.

This plastic beach tub is brimming over with autographed copies of The Fixer Upper, custom-embroidered Breeze Inn beach towels, a couple MKA fans, beachy cocktail napkins, cocktail mixes, and Fixer Upper cups to mix your adult beverages in. The winner’s next book club gathering could be the most fun yet!

All you have to do is e-mail your entry to [email protected] with “BOOK CLUB BEACH BASKET” in the subject line.

I’ve also made up a couple extra baskets just like this one to raffle off at some of my tour stops. Check my events calendar and come see me on the road. Maybe you’ll walk away with this big old tub o’ fun.

Happy reading and happy summer!

3 thoughts on “Beach Basket Bonanza”

  1. We read The Fixer Upper – and we had dinner according to the recipes in the back of the book – YUMMY!!! We also received the cutest painted screw drivers since it was "the fixer upper" we had just read-

    we are planning on making a trip top breeze in for my 40th bday next feb – girls weekend/book club/ bday 🙂

  2. Hi there,

    After my experience in the World's Wost Book Club, I have shied away from other large clubs. But my aunt and I started a very exclusive club (just two members). Our book in preparation for a trip to Nashville was WIDOW OF THE SOUTH — without knowing we would be so close to Carnton plantation, the real-life location where the novel is set! We were pleasantly surprised when we discovered the site was just a short drive from Nashville. What a special day trip! The story behind the REAL Widow of South was even better than the book, and it was wonderful to share the experience of this moving site with my aunt.
    So memorable!

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