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November 20, 2017

Review: The Paris Secret by Karen Swan #MondayBlogs #TLCBookTours #TheParisSecret

by Susan Roberts

I have to admit that if a book has the word PARIS in the title, I am going to read it. Sometimes I get a good book and sometimes not. This time I was thrilled because this is a fantastic book. I have never read anything else by Karen Swan but I plan to read her previous books.

November 19, 2017

Review: Living the Good Death by Scott Baron

by MK French

A young girl that thinks she is Death stumbles through life as an ordinary human, and her attempts to return to the realm of death send her to the psychiatric ward. She makes a friend there and soon discovers that life can indeed be worth living.

November 18, 2017

Interview with Elise Juska

Today we welcome author Elise Juska as she discusses her novel The Blessings. It looks like it would make a great book to read over Thanksgiving.

November 17, 2017

2 Book to Read This Thanksgiving

 by Susan Roberts

Once the turkey is eaten and the Black Friday sales are over, everyone should have a little free time to relax and read some books to get over the holiday hustle.  I have two fantastic books for you to read in your free time.  They both publish on November 21 so if you pre-order them from Amazon you will have them available to read over the weekend.

November 16, 2017

Review: Journey from Skioria by Kandi J Wyatt

by MK Fr

Tania is a nine-year-old girl that fell overboard and is now lost in the land of Skioria. Various races in the land are brought together to help bring her back to the land of humans, some of whom have to defy the conventions of their people in order to do so. It's a long distance to travel across Skioria, and the way is complicated by rugged terrain and storms.

November 15, 2017

Review: Maranatha Road by Heather Bell Adams

by Susan Roberts

As a reader, I love to find debut authors and follow their writing careers with their subsequent novels. When the book by the debut author is Southern fiction, it is an even bigger treat because that's my favorite genre to read. In the past two years, I have been lucky to find two debut authors of southern fiction and follow their careers - Kristy Woodson Harvey and Donna Everhart. Both authors had fantastic debuts (Kristy's was Dear Carolina and Donna's was The Education of Dixie Dupree) and each of them followed them up with books that were as good or better than their debuts. Now I have a new debut author to add to my list -- Heather Bell Adams. Her first novel, Maranatha Road is southern fiction at its best. I can't wait to see her future books.


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