You’ve got to be kidding me!

Christine Lemmon is hosting this amazing contest. Have you heard? I’ll be reviewing this book for you soon – so you can imagine my excitement when I saw this!

7 days ’til Sand in my Eyes: Great Beach Bag Giveaway
 Between today and July 1 when Sand in my Eyes releases, I am giving away some of the best beach books of summer!
Pre-order Christine Lemmon’s new book, Sand in my Eyes, from Amazon now, email your receipt to jclemmon@gmail.com with subject line Beach Bag Giveaway, and you’ll be entered to win a beach bag full of 7 fabulous new summer beach reads including Seven Year Switch by Claire Cook, The Island by Elin Hilderbrand, Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner, The One That I Want by Allison Winn Scotch, The Opposite of Me by Sarah Pekkanen, The Nobodies Album by Carolyn Parkhurst and Thin Rich Pretty by Beth Harbison.

Added bonus: I’m throwing in a sweet pair of women’s Oakley sunglasses and a $50 Amazon gift card for even more reading fun.

Thanks for your support of Sand in my Eyes!

And just in case you are wondering about Sand in my Eyes … here’s a teaser:

About Sand in My Eyes

Twenty years ago, Anna Hott thought she could control everything-her crumbling marriage, her demanding children, her hectic life-by quitting her high-paced job in New York City and moving her family to tranquil Sanibel Island, Florida. But she brought her untamed emotions, her rage toward her cheating husband, and her yearning to write a novel with her. When her husband and children left the house for a week, Anna thought at last she would get her household, her novel, and her mind in order.

Instead, her elderly neighbor Fedelina Aurelio knocked on her door bearing flowers and homespun wisdom, and when Fedelina’s recently divorced son arrived, Anna had a test of passion and a test of truth.

Now, with an empty nest, Anna Hott pulls out the incomplete manuscript she started that memorable week and-to find closure for her life and a conclusion for her novel-travels to Indiana to visit Fedelina who lives in a nursing home.

Sand in My Eyes is both a story about the tension between motherhood and personal dreams as well as a story about women across generations inspiring one another.

For more on Christine Lemmon and her books, visit: http://www.christinelemmon.com/ or find her on Facebook and Twitter.