Hello Sunshines! I have the huge pleasure to be shining a spotlight on The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wigg, I am super excited about this book, I am reviewing this as apart of a release week push in July, but I really wanted to share this gorgeous book with you all now. I am sure you will love it as much as I do, and I hope you will all pop back in July to read my review. 

The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs

Genre: Women’s Fiction / Publisher: William Morrow/ Harper Collins / Release: 7th July 2020 (Amazon UK says it’s to be released on 17th September)

Natalie Harper wants to sell the bookshop she’s inherited to pay for her grandfather’s care, but he refuses to acquiesce, so she decides to renovate instead. As she chats with the young daughter brought along by the contractor and delights in the artefacts discovered in the walls, Natalie’s life starts to light up again.

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If you love the sound of this then why not request a review copy on Edelweiss – The Lost and Found Bookshop

For those who don’t know, Edelweiss is just like Netgalley, if you are approved you will receive an early review copy in exchange for an honest review.


Praise for Susan Wigg

“The great Susan Wiggs writes with grace, insight and wisdom about the things that matter.”―Adriana Trigiani bestselling author of The Shoemaker’s Wife

‘This is Susan Wiggs at her best. I devoured the book, turning the pages so fast I got a papercut!’ DEBBIE MACOMBER, New York Times best-selling author

‘Love, loss, passion and everything in between… I love Susan Wiggs’ novels so much.’ JENNY COLGAN

‘A wonderful read, fun and wise and absolutely delicious!’ NANCY THAYER, New York Times-bestselling author of The Island House


About the Author

Susan Wiggs’s life is all about family, friends…and fiction. She lives at the water’s edge on an island in Puget Sound, and she commutes to her writers’ group in a 17-foot motorboat. She serves as author liaison for Field’s End, a literary community on Bainbridge Island, Washington, bringing inspiration and instruction from the world’s top authors to her seaside community. (See www.fieldsend.org) She’s been featured in the national media, including NPR’s “Talk of the Nation,” and is a popular speaker locally and nationally.

According to Publishers Weekly, Wiggs writes with “refreshingly honest emotion,” and the Salem Statesman Journal adds that she is “one of our best observers of stories of the heart [who] knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book.” Booklist characterizes her books as “real and true and unforgettable.” She is the recipient of three RITA (sm) awards and four starred reviews from Publishers Weekly for her books. The Winter Lodge and Passing Through Paradise have appeared on PW’s annual “Best Of” lists. Several of her books have been listed as top Booksense picks and optioned as feature films. Her novels have been translated into more than two dozen languages and have made national bestseller lists, including the USA Today, Washington Post and New York Times lists.

The author is a former teacher, a Harvard graduate, an avid hiker, an amateur photographer, a good skier and terrible golfer, yet her favorite form of exercise is curling up with a good book. Readers can learn more on the web at www.susanwiggs.com and on her lively blog at www.susanwiggs.wordpress.com


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6 thoughts on “Shining a Spotlight on The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs #TheLostAndFoundBookShop #BookSpotlight @susanwiggs

      1. I love The Oysterville Sewing Circle and some of her earlier historicals are worth digging out.

        While have a look around Edelweiss and keeping fingers firmly crossed.


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