BOOK BLAST: THE GIRL IN THE ’67 BEETLE by Linda Lenhoff Plus Giveaway!

About The Book

Publication Date: September 26, 2021

The art director of Kids Press, Amy Shepherd has been assigned to reinvent the story of Goldilocks, and she finds her own life reflecting a similar tale. Will she fall for a man who’s a little too old (but exciting), a man who’s a little too young (but awfully exciting looking), or a man who’s just right, at least as far as her friends are concerned? Or will she bring Goldilocks’ story—and her own—up to date with a little help from high-technology and the Goldilocks Planet theory? Amy will have to decide how her own tale will end, all the while driving her beloved powder blue convertible through the streets of Santa Monica, where she has become known as the Girl in the ’67 Beetle, the only thing in her life that, so far at least, feels just right.

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Linda Lenhoff will be awarding one printed copy book or a $25 Amazon or Barnes & Noble giveaway to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.

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About The Author

Linda Lenhoff has worked in publishing as a writer and editor for several years,  having edited nearly everything from makeup techniques (apply blush up and over  the “apples” of your cheeks) at Seventeen Magazine to migraine studies (cut back  on that chocolate) at research institutes. She has earned an MFA in Creative.

Writing, and her next novel, Your Actual Life May Vary, will be published in 2022. Linda lives in California’s Bay Area with her husband and daughter. Contact Linda at (925) 784-9393, lenhoff@informativity.com,

https://lindalattelessons.wordpress.com. Author photo by Haley Nelson.

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Blog Tour Schedule

September 20: Novels Alive
September 20: Romance Novel Giveaways
September 21: Literary Gold
September 22: The Avid Reader
September 23: All the Ups and Downs
September 24: Christine Young
September 27: Viviana MacKade
September 28: Aubrey Wynne: Timeless Love
September 29: Hope. Dreams. Life… Love
September 30: Andi’s Book Reviews review
October 1: Fabulous and Brunette
October 4: The Key Of Love
October 5: FUONLYKNEW
October 6: Read Your Writes Book Reviews
October 7: Harlie’s Books review
October 8: Momma Says: To Read or Not to Read
October 8: Joanne Guidoccio
October 11: Iron Canuck Reviews & More
October 12: Gina Rae Mitchell review
October 12: Phoebe’s Randoms
October 13: Archaeolibrarian – I Dig Good Books!
October 14: Locks, Hooks and books
October 15: Sandra’s Book Club review
October 15: Westveil Publishing

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Dayna is the owner of not only Novels Alive but of Day Agency, a full-service self-publishing agency for independent authors. She has been assisting independent authors to achieve their dreams of becoming published authors for over 15 years. From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling authors to the first-time author to every author in between. Dayna is a self-professed bibliophile. While dancing has always been her first love, reading came as a very, very close second, with gardening coming in as a close third. Dayna is also the divorced mom of four adult children and a very proud grandma. She is also a web designer, social media specialist, book blogger, and reviewer. She's a long-time Disney lover and a Utah Jazz, Utah Utes, and Dallas Cowboys fan. See Dayna's reviews here: Dayna's Reviews

16 COMMENTS

  1. Hi All,
    Thanks so much for posting about my latest novel, The Girl in the ’68 Beetle! I just have a thing for old cars I guess. I wish I still had my family’s classics, which included my dad’s 1958 T-Bird and my ’68 Camaro. Anyone else grow up with a super cool car? BTW, this book is meant to be pure fun. Enjoy!

    • You’re most welcome, Linda!

      My mother had a ’66 or ’67 red Mustang. She also had a beautiful blue 70s Mustang, which I got to drive to school until she traded it in for a 70s Camaro. Then I had to drive the 70s Pinto station wagon with that stupid wood paneling on the side. I went from cool to nerd real fast.

    • My dad owned a ’60-something Rambler. It was so NOT cool to be seen riding in one in the ’60s, though, lol. I don’t think it would be cool even today. It was almost as bad as the Dart Swinger. GMC Pacer anyone? How about the AMC Gremlin, Levi’s edition.

      Rolling back the years…

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