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The Kashmir Shawl & Head Over Heels: Coming Attractions

Here are some handpicked titles from our Coming Attractions page. Want to include your book? Just read our Share Your New Book with GalleyCat Readers post for all the details.

The Kashmir Shawl by Rosie Thomas: “Mair Ellis clears out her dead father’s house and finds an exquisite shawl–a kaleidoscope of silvery blues and greens. Wrapped in the folds of this delicate object is a lock of a child’s curly hair. With nothing else to go on, Mair decides to trace her roots back to Kashmir…” (January 2013)

Head Over Heels by January Valentine: “Turning 21 hasn’t proven very fruitful for Jewelia Delarosa. Still, one lost boyfriend & two failed classes haven’t gotten her down. She’s got her sights set on a career with the NYPD, and is on course … until she meets an irresistible and unpredictable Med Student who contradicts everything she thought she knew about Life, Love, Commitment … and Sex.” (January 2013)

The Lost Pot of Gold by Leslie Uhl: “Sage-Sophia and her friend, Cranberry the Dog, go on an adventure in the magical forest. Along the way, they meet a Leprechaun who has lost his pot of gold, travel to the Fairy Village, ride a dragonfly, and meet a Rainbow Fairy, who helps them to reunite Seamus the Leprechaun with his missing gold.” (March 2013)

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