Make Your Moment by Dion Lim

Make Your Moment by Dion Lim

Enter for a chance to win one of 20 advanced copies of Make Your Moment, the new book by ABC News anchor Dion Lim - get her empowering workplace communication strategies for women in any industry!


Chasing the Bright Side by Jess Ekstrom

Chasing the Bright Side by Jess Ekstrom

One flicker of hope. That's all it takes to catapult yourself into the life you've always imagined.

Enter for your chance to win 1 of 20 final copies of "Chasing The Bright Side" by Jess Ekstrom- where she shares her own inspirational story that will inspire you to embrace the power of optimism in your own life, and help you reimagine your purpose so you can create good in the world while fulfilling your own dreams—right where you are.


Cut and Run by Fern Michaels

Cut and Run by Fern Michaels

Enter for your chance to win a copy of CUT AND RUN by Fern Michaels!

The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right.

It’s been three months since Countess Annie de Silva slipped away from her home before dawn, leaving a cryptic note and no clue as to her destination. That’s an eternity for friends as devoted as the Sisterhood. Now they’re desperate to ensure that their founding member is alive and well, and that means tracking her down—wherever in the world she might be.

Myra Rutledge, Annie’s closest confidante, knows the secrets of Annie’s past, including the remote mountain in Spain where Annie spent some of the best—and worst—days of her life. Annie vowed that she’d never return to the mountain or the stunning monastery there. But the memories of the past have called her back. Now, she needs allies who are fearless, loyal, and willing to do whatever it takes to see justice done. And with the safety of one of their own on the line, the Sisterhood won’t let her down . . .


Shiny Things by Amanda Bacon

Shiny Things by Amanda Bacon

Enter for a chance to win a FREE copy of "Shiny Things" by authors Amanda Bacon and Anne-Renee Gumley. As moms we know the magnetic pull to steer away from what’s important and choose what feels irresistible in the moment. In Shiny Things, Amanda Bacon and Anne-Renee Gumley bring to light the distractions moms face every day.


The Puzzle of You by Leah Mercer

The Puzzle of You by Leah Mercer

She’s woken up in a life she doesn’t recognise – with a daughter she doesn’t remember.

When Charlotte McKay wakes up in a hospital bed with no memory of how she got there, all she wants is to go back to the perfect London flat she shares with her husband, and the impressive career she’s worked so hard to build. But something’s not right. Her husband David is at her bedside – but so is a three-year-old girl, and she’s calling Charlotte ‘Mummy’…

Charlotte’s first instinct is panic. When – why – did she have a child? What about her promotion, her independence, her romantic weekends with David? She loved being that woman: how can she have turned into the stay-at-home mother she swore she’d never be?

Back at home, she dives into her unfamiliar world, hoping to piece together the mystery of her transformation. But faced with so much that feels foreign and unnatural, will she ever be happy in a life she can’t remember having – or wanting to have?


Child of Light by Madison Smartt Bell

Child of Light by Madison Smartt Bell

The first and definitive biography of one of the great American novelists of the postwar era, the author of Dog Soldiers and A Flag for Sunrise, and a penetrating critic of American power, innocence, and corruption

Robert Stone (1937-2015), probably the only postwar American writer to draw favorable comparisons to Ernest Hemingway, Graham Greene, and Joseph Conrad, lived a life rich in adventure, achievement, and inner turmoil. He grew up rough on the streets of New York, the son of a mentally troubled single mother. After his Navy service in the fifties, which brought him to such locales as pre-Castro Havana, the Suez Crisis, and Antarctica, he studied writing at Stanford, where he met Ken Kesey and became a core member of the gang of Merry Pranksters. The publication of his superb New Orleans novel, Hall of Mirrors (1967), initiated a succession of dark-humored novels that investigated the American experience in Vietnam (Dog Soldiers, 1974, which won the National Book Award), Central America (A Flag for Sunrise, 1981), and Jerusalem on the eve of the millennium (Damascus Gate, 1998).

An acclaimed novelist himself, Madison Smartt Bell was a close friend and longtime admirer of Robert Stone. His authorized and deeply researched biography is both intimate and objective, a rich and unsparing portrait of a complicated, charismatic, and haunted man and a sympathetic reading of his work that will help to secure Stone's place in the pantheon of major American writers.


Kiki and the Sneaky Chameleon by Fleurie Leclercq

Kiki and the Sneaky Chameleon by Fleurie Leclercq

Enter for a chance to win 1 of 100 copies of my children's picture book, Kiki and the Sneaky Chameleon. This is an ebook giveaway. If you would like to know more you can follow my Goodreads page and also find us on instagram @snowflowerbooks. Good luck to all who enter!


The Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm

The Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm

Enter for your chance to win a copy of THE SUNDAY POTLUCK CLUB by Melissa Storm!

A recipe for living . . .

New friends can be found in unexpected places. For Bridget and Amy, that place was the cancer ward of an Anchorage hospital. Now, as each struggles to overcome loss, they lean on each other for support—sharing suppers, laughter and tears.

Bridget and Amy aren’t about to let hardship knock them down—Bridget plans to return to her veterinarian school studies, Amy to her position as a second-grade teacher—but neither feels quite ready. And so the Sunday Potluck Club is born, a way for Bridget, Amy, and other women who have lost a loved one to find solace and understanding. Savoring favorite dishes while sharing memories and the comfort of connection, the members of the Sunday Potluck Club nourish body and soul.

As weeks go by and the group grows in unforeseen ways, both Bridget and Amy are inspired to find greater purpose. Amy reaches out to a student whose father bravely faces his own struggle. Bridget volunteers at the local animal shelter, rehabilitating dogs whose unconditional love will bring others a chance to heal. And with the help of a special man, Amy is realizing that there’s always room at the table for love and rekindled joy . .