Friday Five – Summer Rom-Com Edition

Happy Fri-yay! Summer movie season is in full swing and to celebrate we’ve included our favorite summer romantic comedy GIFs in this edition of the Friday Five.

Before we dive into this week’s Friday Five, we want to take a moment to share our latest BookSparks Binges. Every week we will share a few of our current obsessions that we can’t get enough of:

Song“Ever Since New York” by Harry Styles 

Instagram Crush@outofthebex

Movie – Something Borrowed

Here’s this week’s Friday Five with a few of our favorite summer chick flick GIFs…

A review of It’s Always The Husband by Michele Campbell was featured on the Associated Press, Washington Post, and NY Daily News.

Kate Tyler Wall, author of Arboria Park, did a Q&A with Delaware Today Magazine about her childhood neighborhood that inspired the novel.

[City] Book Review featured 15 tips from She Writes Press authors on how to promote your book once it’s been published!

Education & Culture Magazine  shared a lovely review of Margaux Bergen’s Navigating Life: Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me.

Light Radiance Splendor by Leah Chyten was featured on Culturalist and Buzzfeed.

Our first month of the Summer Reading Challenge is going strong! Our May lineup is heating up, check it out!

Coastal Living put together the “50 Best Books for the Beach This Summer,” and this list is full of #SRC2017 books!

Bustle shared “10 New Books To Pack On Your Vacation This Summer,” featuring a few #SRC2017 books!

The NY Post selected It’s Always The Husband by Michele Campbell and Woman No. 17 by Edan Lepucki as “This Week’s Must-Read Books”!

BookBub featured FIVE of our #SRC2017 favorites in their “Ultimate Summer 2017 Reading List” including The Leavers by Lisa Ko and A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly.

BookPage’s “Summer Reading Preview” featured #SRC2017 book The Shark Club by Ann Kidd Taylor

BookBub shared “19 Beach Reads to Jump-Start Your Summer” including #SRC2017 books Into The Water by Paula Hawkins and Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan

The San Francisco Chronicle called Woman No. 17 by Edan Lepucki “…both scintillating and thought-provoking.”


What an incredible week for BookSparks authors! 

2017-09-07T04:51:13+00:00 May 19th, 2017|Friday Five!|

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