Giveaway + TBT Book Spotlight: Summer Plans and Other Disasters

Happy Thursday, Friends!

Hopefully you’re here to check out the awesome Throwback Thursday Book Spotlight: Summer Plans and Other Disasters by Karin Berry. It was released last year and she’s hosting a giveaway for it!

About the Book

Elementary school music teacher Callie Stevens thinks she’s finally figured out God’s plan for her life—she even made a list to keep her on track.

Moving in with her brother and reconnecting with her ex-boyfriend are at the top of the list. What’s not on the list is running into her childhood crush, Ryan. God wanted her to connect with Kyle, right?

Trying to figure out God’s plan is hard enough. But a dating-averse older brother, the young blonde who adores him, a pregnant best friend, and Callie’s continual mishaps make her wonder whether her best laid plans were truly God-inspired.

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About the Author

Born and raised in Michigan, Karin Beery wrote her first novel in high school (mostly during government and psychology classes – sorry Mr. Winkle). Today she writes contemporary stories with a healthy dose of romance. When not writing fiction, she’s editing or teaching others at conferences and through the PEN Institute. When not engaged in writerly pursuits, she enjoys time at home in Northern Michigan with her husband and fur babies.

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Ms. Berry is offering an eBook or print copy of Summer Plans and Other Disasters (US only). Enter via Rafflecopter.

11 thoughts on “Giveaway + TBT Book Spotlight: Summer Plans and Other Disasters”

  1. Hi, I do not play a musical instrument, I do have a guitar and took some lessons about 13 years ago, I didn’t follow through though. This book sounds like a very good read, and I love the cover. Thank you for sharing this post Toni.Have a Great weekend. God Bless you.


  2. I am not musically talented at all but my Dad was. he played the guitar, harmonica, mandolin and violin. My grandson has played piano, viola, and cello. I don’t have a favorite instrument.


  3. I love piano music, and can play, but as a speech-language pathologist who has studied the wonders and intricacies of the voice mechanism made by God, I have to say that the voice is my very favorite musical instrument!


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