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Join Amanda Wen's The Songs That Could Have Been Tour
You're invited to join the
tour for The
Songs That Could Have Been
by Amanda Wen
Were you a part of the Roots of Wood and Stone
tour? If so, I know you want to be a part of this tour! If you
weren't, that's ok too! Just so you aren't surprised, this book is a
second in series.
The blog tour is scheduled for May 24-June 14. Books will be sent out
in early May, and the eBook will be available around that time
too. (If the NetGalley is available earlier, I'll send it as
soon as it's posted.)
Bloggers will be notified by March 18 about participation in this
tour. All of the tour details will be sent on May 23, the day before
If you have already signed up via the Spring Save the Date
form, you do not need to sign-up again. If you aren't sure, please go
ahead and fill out this form. ALSO... The tour dates had to change
due to a change in the release date, so you can sign-up for the new
date. If you make the tour, and I have you down for an old date, I'll
reach out with you for a new one.
Two couples in love. Two
sets of impossible circumstances. One powerful God of grace.
After a tailspin in her late teens, Lauren Anderson's life is finally
back on track. Her battle with bulimia is under control, her career
is taking off, and she's surrounded by a loving family. Then a chance
meeting with Carter Douglas, her first love and the man who broke her
heart, leads to old feelings returning with new strength. And
suddenly her well-balanced world is thrown off kilter.
Now a TV meteorologist, Carter is determined to make amends with
Lauren. After all, she still owns his heart. But the reasons they
broke up aren't lost--and those old demons are forcing him toward the
same decision he faced in the past. He isn't sure he's courageous
enough to make a different choice this time around.
When Lauren's elderly grandmother, Rosie, begins having nightmares
about a man named Ephraim--a name her family has never heard
before--a fascinating and forbidden past love comes to light. As
Lauren and Carter work to uncover the untold stories of Rosie's past
in 1950s Wichita, they embark on a journey of forgiveness and second
chances that will change their lives--and Rosie's--forever. Along the
way they'll learn that God wastes nothing, his timing is perfect, and
nothing is beyond his grace and redemption.
Songs That Could Have Been is full of the same
deftly handled, resonant writing that readers and critics alike
enjoyed in Amanda Wen's first book in the series. Fans of Lisa
Wingate and Rachel Hauck will add Amanda Wen to their must-read
About the Author
Amanda Wen is an award-winning writer of inspirational romance and
split-time women’s fiction. She has placed first in multiple writing
contests, including the 2017 Indiana Golden Opportunity, the 2017
Phoenix Rattler, and the 2016 ACFW First Impressions contests. She
was also a 2018 ACFW Genesis Contest finalist.
Wen is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and
regularly contributes author interviews for their Fiction Finder
feature. She also frequently interviews authors for her blog and is a contributor to the
God Is Love blog. She is the author of Roots of Wood and Stone and
Songs That Could Have Been.
In addition to her writing, Wen is an accomplished professional
cellist and pianist who frequently performs with orchestras, chamber
groups, and her church’s worship team. She serves as a choral
accompanist as well. A lifelong denizen of the flatlands, Wen lives
in Kansas with her patient, loving, and hilarious husband, their
three adorable Wenlets, and a snuggly Siamese cat.