Q: Have you been to a multi day book fair?
Pub Date: 10/12/21
Oh man! This book really made me want to go to a multi-day book fair/festival/convention!
I keep seeing posts from people going to book events and I think comic con is soon. Which one do you recommend?
Also, I would love to hang out with a group of authors. The trajectory of conversation just seems amazing and insightful.
Jo Wright is the bestselling author of the Kitty Katz series for children and she has been invited to be on a panel at the Little Bridge Island Book Festival in Florida. She does not want to go there because another author who publicly criticized her books and category lives on that island…. But she needs the very generous stipend.
Will Price, bestselling author of novels of tragic love and loss, also author Jo despises. He is superb at his prose but can not form into spoken word what he means.
Ahhh yes enemies to lovers there you are my fav trope!
I loved all the different authors that were there and their different books, genres, categories and it was so fun being a part of the author bus lol.
There was gossip, scandal, books, beaches, essential oils, meet and greets, slowburn, yacht rides, and so much more.
I can’t wait to go to Florida next month!
I also loved the positive message about how certain books always hold a special place in your heart if they helped you to learn to read! Then the books that helped you to learn to grow emotionally. ❤️😍
tw: handsy gross dudes, you know the ones that will help you get your name out there.
Thank you avonbooks for the finished copy and the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.
Welcome to Little Bridge, one of the smallest, most beautiful islands in the Florida Keys.
Jo Wright always swore she’d never step foot on Little Bridge Island—not as long as her nemesis, bestselling author Will Price, is living there.
Then Jo’s given an offer she can’t refuse: an all-expense-paid trip to speak and sign at the island’s first-ever book festival.
Even though arrogant Will is the last person Jo wants to see, she could really use the festival’s more-than-generous speaking fee. She’s suffering from a crippling case of writer’s block on the next instalment of her bestselling children’s series, and her father needs financial help as well.
Then Jo hears that Will is off-island on the set of the film of his next book. Hallelujah!
But when she arrives on Little Bridge, Jo is in for a shock: Will is not only at the book festival, but seems genuinely sorry for his past actions—and more than willing not only to make amends but prove to Jo that he’s a changed man.
Things seem to be looking up—until disaster strikes, causing Jo to wonder: Do any of us ever really know anyone?