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Weekly Update

When we left off last weekend, Tom Donadio and I were ThrillerFest-bound. We both had a great time catching up with author pals and meeting new ones. Through the years, so many of these writers have become friends, and getting together means we were catching up on life (including what our kids are up to) as much as we were talking books.

On Sale This Week

In this newsletter, you will find books releasing the weeks of July 24th and July 31st that we think will be of interest to Bookreporter.com readers, along with Bonus News, where we call out a contest, feature or review that we want to let you know about so you have it on your radar.

This week, we are calling attention to our special contest for J.T. Ellison's LIE TO ME, which releases on September 5th. Twenty-five readers will win an advance copy of the book and share their comments on it. The deadline for your entries is Thursday, August 3rd at noon ET.

Also, we encourage you to enter our Word of Mouth and Sounding Off on Audio contests for an opportunity to win some fabulous hardcovers and audiobooks. And please be sure to vote in our latest poll about the TV shows you watch.

Finally, we are spotlighting two books that are now available: FATAL THREAT, the latest installment in Marie Force's romantic suspense series, and HOOK'S TALE, a debut novel from John Leonard Pielmeier that reimagines the childhood of Captain Hook.

Summer Reading

This Bookreporter.com Special Newsletter spotlights a book that we think is a great summer reading selection. Read more about it, and enter our Summer Reading Contest by Wednesday, July 26th at 11:59am ET for a chance to win one of five copies of ANOTHER BROOKLYN by Jacqueline Woodson, which is now available in paperback. Please note that each contest is only open for 24 hours, so you will need to act quickly!

Spring Preview

This Bookreporter.com Special Newsletter spotlightsa book that we know people will be talking about this spring. Read more about it, and enter our Spring Preview Contest by Friday, April 21st at 11:59am ET for a chance to win one of five copies of HARD-HEARTED HIGHLANDER: The Highland Grooms, Book 3 by Julia London, which releases on April 25th. Please note that each contest is only open for 24 hours, so you will need to act quickly!

Winter Reading

This Bookreporter.com Special Newsletter spotlights a book that releases this winter. Read more about it, and enter our Winter Reading Contest by Friday, February 24th at 11:59am ET for a chance to win one of five copies of IF I COULD TELL YOU by Elizabeth Wilhide, which releases on February 28th. Please note that each contest is only open for 24 hours, so you will need to act quickly!

Holiday Cheer

This Bookreporter.com Special Newsletter spotlights a book that is perfect for holiday giving and that you may want to include on your “to me/from me” list. Read more about it, and enter our Holiday Cheer Contest by Wednesday, December 21st at 11:59am ET for a chance to win one of five copies of THE WIDOWER'S WIFE by Cate Holahan, which is now available. Please note that each contest is only open for 24 hours, so you will need to act quickly!

Fall Preview

This Bookreporter.com Special Newsletter spotlights a book that we know people will be talking about this fall. Read more about it, and enter our Fall Preview Contest by Tuesday, October 18th at 11:59am ET for a chance to win one of five copies of VICTORIA: THE QUEEN: An Intimate Biography of the Woman Who Ruled an Empire by Julia Baird, which releases on November 22nd. Please note that each contest is only open for 24 hours, so you will need to act quickly!

Fall Showcase

This Bookreporter.com Special Newsletter spotlights multiple books coming out this fall. Read more about them, and enter our Fall Showcase Contest by Friday, October 25th at noon ET for a chance to win one of five copies of each of the following books: THE ALL-GIRL FILLING STATION’S LAST REUNION by Fannie Flagg, THE AVIATOR'S WIFE by Melanie Benjamin, CARTWHEEL by Jennifer duBois, A NANTUCKET CHRISTMAS by Nancy Thayer, and NIGHT FILM by Marisha Pessl.