On Tour 12/03/21-01/15/22 ”Sometimes A Soldier Comes Home” by Jessica Ciosek

Release Date:
September 8, 2021

About The Book:

When Eleanor Mitchell’s husband is called to the fight late in WWII, she is beside herself with fear but feels equally determined to stay strong. With her sisters to aid her, she sees to caring for her children and keeping life steady on the home front. Then, in the days immediately following victory, the unthinkable happens and Eleanor must figure out how to carry on without the man she loves. Until the day he returns.   

Sometimes A Soldier Comes Home is a heartbreaking story of love, loss and the strength of women set on the American home front during WWII.  Perfect for lovers of The Nightingale and Cold Mountain.

About The Author:

Jessica Ciosek was born and raised in Flint, Michigan, but has lived in NYC for over half her life. Together with her husband, she has raised two children and a multitude of fur creatures in the Big Apple.

Sometimes a Soldier Comes Home is her debut novel.  The novel is loosely based on the lives of her beloved grandparents during and just after the second world war.  Her stories, essays and articles have appeared in several small journals, magazines and around the web.

A graduate of Michigan State University, Jessica worked at various occupations – too many to list here – before realizing writer is the role that suits her best.  

When not writing, she enjoys running along the mighty Hudson River, biking on the vast network of rail- to-trails in the Northeast, reading, cooking, baking, and taking photos of her beloved city.

Her last name is pronounced:  sea-o-sick http://jesscio.com/

 Social Media: 

Instagram : https://instagram.com/jessicaciosek

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jesscio100/

Book Blurbs: 

In this supernatural drama, a woman’s husband is killed in World War II, which changes her life in unexpected ways.

The author injects this otherwise familiar tale with an unusual element of mysticism when, in the aftermath of his death, Eleanor and the kids get an unusual opportunity to find some measure of emotional closure. Over the course of this historical novel of wartime, the author intelligently captures the terrible challenges that face Eleanor before and after her husband’s death. – Kirkus excerpts

Bloggers On Tour:

Dec. 3rd – Dani Reads https://instagram.com/dani.reads.1225

Dec. 4th – Cassie’s Book Reviews https://instagram.com/cassies_books_reviews  

Dec. 5th – Bourbon and Books https://instagram.com/bourbonandbooks_

Dec. 11th- Reading Is My Remedy https://instagram.com/reading_is_my_remedy

Dec. 23rd- Rozier Reads and Wine https://instagram.com/rozierreadsandwine

Dec. 29th – Novels and Latte Book Club –https://www.facebook.com/groups/357651988042629

Jan. 6th – Infinite Readlist https://instagram.com/infinite.readlist

Jan. 7th – Bookphile Belle https://instagram.com/bookphile_belle

Jan. 7th-Books Love And Understanding https://instagram.com/booksloveandunderstanding

Jan. 8th – David L Morgan https://instagram.com/david_l_morgan

Jan. 9th- Rajivs Reviews https://instagram.com/rajivsreviews

Jan. 10th- The Crocheted Review https://instagram.com/thecrochetedreview

Jan. 12th – Bookishly Becky https://instagram.com/bookishlybecky

Jan. 15th-Carol Doscher https://instagram.com/carol_doscher_reader

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