Colleen Oakley, author of CLOSE ENOUGH TO TOUCH, on tour April/May 2017

| March 4, 2017

About Close Enough to Touch Hardcover: 336 pages Publisher: Gallery Books (March 7, 2017) A March 2017 Indie Next Pick From the author of Before I Go comes an evocative, poignant, and heartrending exploration of the power and possibilities of the human heart, perfect for fans of the emotional novels of Jojo Moyes and Jodi […]

Lauren K. Denton, author of THE HIDEAWAY, on tour April/May 2017

| February 13, 2017

About The Hideaway Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Thomas Nelson (April 11, 2017) When her grandmother’s will wrenches Sara back home from New Orleans, she learns more about Margaret Van Buren in the wake of her death than she ever did in life. After her last remaining family member dies, Sara Jenkins goes home to The […]

Kate Brandes, author of THE PROMISE OF PIERSON ORCHARD, on tour April/May 2017

| February 10, 2017

About The Promise of Pierson Orchard Paperback Publisher: Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing (April 22, 2017) Long before fracking ever came to Minden, Pennsylvania, the fissures in the Pierson family were developing into major fault lines. Green Energy arrives, offering the rural community of Minden the dream of making more money from their land by leasing natural gas […]

Steena Holmes, author of ABBY’S JOURNEY, on tour February/March 2017

| December 20, 2016

About Abby’s Journey Paperback: 238 pages Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (February 14, 2017) Twenty-year-old Abigail Turner has only known her mother, Claire—who died shortly after she was born—through letters, videos, postcards, and journals. Abby’s father, Josh, has raised his precious daughter himself, but his overprotectiveness has become stifling. Abby longs to forge out on her […]

Catherine Ryan Hyde, author of SAY GOODBYE FOR NOW, on tour December 2016/January 2017

| October 17, 2016

About Say Goodbye for Now Paperback: 364 pages Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (December 13, 2016) On an isolated Texas ranch, Dr. Lucy cares for abandoned animals. The solitude allows her to avoid the people and places that remind her of the past. Not that any of the townsfolk care. In 1959, no one is interested […]