So many good books… and a couple I wasn’t crazy about…

Right now I’m bouncing back and forth between three books. First off is Second Opinion by Hannah Alexander. It came out back in December of 2015. It’s been really good and I’m looking forward to seeing where the author(s) (Hannah Alexander is actually a husband and wife team) take us in this book. Since it’s not officially for a review I’ve slowed down on it so I can focus on two books for review.

The first one is James Rubart’s newest book The Long Journey to Jake Palmer. I love how Jim takes readers to the edge of what is possible. I also love how he brings up subtle aspects from his other books into stories.  If all goes well I’ll be doing an interview with him. Hopefully a YouTube Live interview.

The third book that I’m reading is Kim Vogel Sawyer’s newest book, Guide Me Home. Another really good story by Kim. I am loving watching Reb and I can tell you already Tolly is going to be my favorite character overall.

I won’t share which books I read recently that I didn’t enjoy. But if you read some of my recent reviews you’ll pick up on them.

Up Next…

Colleen Coble has a new book releasing in September, Twilight at Blueberry Barrens. I will hopefully get a copy to review. It’s the third book in the Sunset Cove series and I trust it will be as good as the first two.

Virginia Smith just released the third book in her Goose Creek Series, The Room with the Second Best View. This has been a fun series. The stories are entertaining and just relaxing reading.

Monthly contest…

I’m looking at doing a monthly contest that will start the first day of the month and end on the last day of the month. I haven’t quite figured it all out. But the winners will get books or an Amazon e-gift card. I have a little over a week to figure it all out.  You have ideas please share in the comments. They could be worth bonus entries!

Blessings to all!

One Reply to “What I’ve Been Reading”

  1. I love the idea of having a monthly contest with the winner receiving books or an e-card. Personally, I would prefer the books. I volunteer in the church library and have for 37 years so the books would be a wonderful addition to the library.

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