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ZOOM Clubs!

Well, it’s weird, but this is the world right now. One of my favorite things to do is attend book clubs to talk about my novels with the people who have read them. It’s a special kind of conversation that I truly adore. There’s no reason why that can’t still happen. I’d LOVE to Zoom with your club or group of any sort. Please just contact me at:

amywilloughbyburle@gmail.com

I’d be happy to Zoom with you and talk about The Lemonade Year and the upcoming sequel. There is never a charge for this. It’s my pleasure to talk about the book and meet your group. If you’ve already read it, let’s Zoom soon. If you’d like to choose it for your next club meeting, look around my site here and you’ll find the first chapter free, book club questions, and even some lemon inspired recipes to make! Thank you for taking a look.

NEW RELEASE!

I’m so happy to announce that my new book, The Year of Thorns and Honey, will release June 2020!
This stand alone follow-up to The Lemonade Year finds all your favorite characters discovering that life can be as prickly as it is sweet.

 Life is sweet, but also a little sticky.

Nina is a photographer who really likes control. She likes to set up just the right shot with the perfect composition, but life is not always as pretty as her pictures. The lighting is off, the timing is wrong, and the subjects just won’t do what she wants them to. 

She’s engaged to her ex-husband, her teenage daughter is testing all the boundaries, and her childhood memories have a for sale sign on them. She’s also keeping a secret about the chance of a lifetime, but what she’ll have to give up to get it, might not be worth it. Just when she thinks she’s got it all figured out, a blast from her past resurfaces and forces her to take a hard look at what she really wants and why.

Will Nina be able to let go of the perfect picture she had in her head and let her heart find the sweetness that life has to offer?

 Thank you for visiting. I hope you’ll stick around. (no pun intended.)

I write about forgiveness, redemption, and second chances. Life is littered with mistakes; thank God for grace.”

Pull up a chair, and let’s chat! 

 

Amy Willoughby-Burle