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Would like to read Of Ink and Sea
I do too! So glad Chautona mentioned it in our Facebook group. It looks great!
This is an awesome opportunity! Thank you.
You’re welcome! 🙂
I love reading time split books!
Awesome! Me too, Tayler. They’re my absolute favorite.
If you’re on Facebook, you should check out my fun group for readers and writers of this genre–A Split in Time Fiction Facebook group. If you click on the Split Time Fiction tab above on this website you’ll find the group link there.
I recently discovered split time fiction and love it. I had the opportunity to read an ARC from Amanda Wen, a definite must read.
That’s awesome, Cheryl! I love this genre so much. I just invited you to the Facebook group if you’d like to check it out. 🙂
Thank you for telling me about the Facebook group!
Such a scrumptious giveaway. Thank you. All the books look so inviting; I would love to read them all.
Thank you for the opportunity to win this fantabulous prize.
You’re welcome. Thank you for entering my giveaway, Susan! 🙂
Roots of Wood and Stone by Amanda Wen looks interesting to me simply because she is the only author I’m not familiar with. Let’s be honest, they ALL sound fabulous and are authors I know and love their work. I would be super happy with any one of them and I haven’t had the opportunity to read any of them as of yet.
I agree wholeheartedly, Perrianne! I am currently reading and will read all of these for sure. 🙂
I can’t wait to read Melanie Dobson’s, Kristy’s, And Heidi’s. Thank you!
Definitely. Enjoy! Thank you for commenting, Kelly. 🙂
The Orchard House by Heidi Chiavaroli!!
Great choice. I love Heidi’s books! I’m blessed to be reading an early copy of this one now 🙂
They all look great!
I know, right?! I can’t wait to read all four of them! 🙂
I want to read ALL of these!!! Split-time fiction is my favorite genre.
I would love to win Melanie Dobson’s new book. She is one of my favorite authors. Thank you for the opportunity! 🙂
Hi Maria! She’s one of my favorite authors too! You’re welcome. Thanks for entering! 🙂
The orchard House!
Definitely, Joan! I’m reading it now. It’s so good! 🙂
I’m looking forward to Do No Harm by Christina McDonald and all of these! 😀👏👏
Ooh I haven’t heard of that one, Tracy! Thanks for sharing. I’ll look it up. 🙂
All four of them🙂🙂
Exactly, Cheryl! Me too! lol 🙂
So looking forward to these!
I am too, Abigail! 🙂
I would like to read The Curator’s Daughter. I didn’t know that Melanie Dobson had a new book out and I always look forward to reading her books
I do too, Carol! I hope you enjoy reading it. 🙂
The Paris Dressmaker looks fabulous!
Doesn’t it, Sara?! Swoon. I can’t wait to read it! 🙂
All of these books are on my WANT TO READ list! Such a fun giveaway! Thanks so much for the chance to win.
Mine too, Jeanne!! Thank you so much for entering 🙂
Hi Morgan, thank you for this wonderful giveaway! I am eager to read these books! Split-Time is such an interesting way to tell a story!
Hi Carrie! Thank you for stopping in. You’re welcome. I am eager to read all of these too! And I agree that split time is an interesting way to tell a story. 🙂
I have started the Paris Dressmaker- expecting it will be a good story.
That’s awesome, Barbara! Enjoy! 🙂
I have found that I really love split time novels!
I am looking forward “The Paris Dressmaker”.
Great choice, Karen! 🙂
All four of these look amazing. I couldn’t pick just one. 🙂
I understand the dilemma for sure, Shelley! 🙂
I’m excited to read The Paris Dressmaker!
Me too, Caryl! 🙂
All of these look great to me and I’d already added them to my Goodreads To-Read list 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!
Awesome! You’re welcome, Cheryl 🙂
I have been a reader all my life. I have many favorite authors and open to read others. Reading is my way of traveling to other areas to get away from the hectic days. I love the new adventures. People don’t know what they are missing. Thank you to y’all for the adventures. I haven read the books from these authors, but sure would love to.
I feel the exact same way about reading, Rhonda! You’re right. They’re missing out. These authors are fabulous. 🙂
Thanks for Sharing these Books With Us They sound really good.
You’re welcome, Linda! 🙂
I’m currently reading Amanda Wen’s book and it’s so good! I’ve only read a few split time books but they are quickly becoming a favorite genre. Thanks for the opportunity to win a couple!
That’s awesome, Deena! Split time fiction offers such a unique reading experience. I absolutely love it. Enjoy! 🙂
Three of my favorite authors in this giveaway, I can’t wait to read them all!!
Awesome!! I can’t wait to either, Heather! 🙂
I just have to say all of them! And I probably will ❤️ Thanks for the giveaway! I have all of these on my TBR.
I agree, Phyllis! lol 🙂 And you’re welcome!
Looking forward to reading split time books. These all look good.
The Secret Keepers of Old Depot Grocery comes out later this year. Amanda’s first book The Edge of Belonging was great, so I am really looking forward to this one.
I would also like to get my hands on Roots of Wood and Stone.
Ooh…I haven’t heard of that one, Patty! Thanks for letting me know. And I do plan on reading Amanda Cox’s book this year for sure. Only heard great things about it! 🙂
I am looking forward to reading Jaime Jo Wright’s next book.
I do too, Brenda! I love Jaime Jo’s novels. 🙂
I’m looking forward to reading Roots of Wood and Stone, by Amanda Wen. She is a new author to me.
I am too, Cindy! 🙂
I got hooked on split time fiction after reading The Edge of Mercy by Heidi Chiavaroli, so I’m looking forward to reading The Orchard House, of course. The Paris Dressmaker is also on my TBR. All four books sound amazing.
I absolutely LOVE Heidi’s books! Glad you’re hooked on this genre too, Roxanne! 🙂 You should join my Facebook group/community where we talk about all thing split time fiction! Link for it is here – https://morgantarpleysmith.com/if-you-love-split-time-fiction-check-this-out/
All of these sounds awesome! I’m looking forward to reading them all. I don’t think I know any other upcoming split time books coming out this year.
Great! Enjoy your reading, Dezi! 🙂
Wow, what a great list of books!
I think so too, Shelly! 🙂
Ohhhhh I would take any of them… they are all different and look very good… thank you for this great opportunity!!!!!!!!
You’re welcome, Judy! 🙂
This is sooo much fun! Thank you for the opportunity! I’m intrigued most with the Orchard House and the Curator’s Daughter. Historical fiction revolving around WW2 has weighed heavily on my heart in recent months with our current culture, however these stories seem to be written as balm to hearts. I’m excited to read them!!!
You’re welcome, Colleen! I’m excited to read them too 🙂
All these books sound wonderful! Thanks for the chance!
You’re welcome, Kerri! 🙂
I am so excited to see these books! I actually already bought “The Paris Dressmaker”! Thanks for the chance to enter!
That’s awesome, Rebekah! You’re welcome 🙂
All of them look awesome. These time slips are becoming a favorite genre.
Awesome, Paula! They’re certainly my favorite 🙂
All four of these books I would love to read.
Definitely, Marion! They all sound amazing! 🙂
If I could only chose one, I’d chose The Paris Dressmaker. Looking forward to reading them all!
That’s a great one for sure, Tina! 🙂
These books sound really good! I would enjoy reading all of them.
Me too, Erika! 🙂
any of these
I agree! 🙂
All of these novels sound so fascinating! I’m hoping to get to them all this year. Thanks for the chance to win.
You’re welcome, Winnie! 🙂
Thank you for the chance <3
You’re welcome, Mia! 🙂
I LOVE reading split time novels. I am most looking forward to reading all of the books you are offering in this giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win these incredible books!!!
I do too, Alison! You should join our Facebook group to discuss our split time reads. Such fun! 🙂
I enjoyed Roots of Wood and Stone — haven’t had a chance to read the others featured here, but the covers are just beautiful.
I can’t wait to read it! I totally agree about the covers, Dianna. 🙂
Being a huge fan of Kristy Cambron, I’m most excited for The Paris Dressmaker. Yet, I’ll most definitely read all of them. I also love to read debut authors in a chance to find a new favorite. So, I’m excited to read Amanda Wen’s debut, too.
Definitely! I’m excited to read all of these too, Terrill! 🙂
I’m new to this Genre but it sounds interesting!
That’s great, Jeanna! Happy reading! 🙂
Would love to read all of them. They look wonderful.
Great, Joyce! 🙂
The curators daughter is already on my to read list!
Mine too, Sarah! Can’t wait to read it! 🙂
These books all look so good! Love the covers too!
I do too, LD! 🙂
I would like to read Roots of Wood and Stone. I like the synopsis of this book and I am a fan of historical fiction.
Great, Vivian! 🙂
Been learning French and dream of vising – so – The Paris Dressmaker is on my ‘to read’ list. 🙂
Ooh la la, Nancy! That’s awesome. I can’t wait to read this one too. 🙂
The Paris Dressmaker has been on my TBR list especially. These all look good. Thank you, Morgan, for giving us this opportunity!
Yes, they all do! You’re welcome, Mary Kay 🙂
The Paris Dressmaker caught my eye first! They all sound good!
Great, Linda! I think so too 🙂
Congrats to Patty, our giveaway winner!! 🙂
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