Books & Authors
The Summer Wind by Mary Alice Monroe (2014, Paperback)
21 Books for Those So Over Dystopian Fiction
Even if you don't love running, you'll enjoy this book. Although it is a book about running, and I don't run, this is one of the best books I've read.
Born to Run, by Christopher McDougall
Amor Towles' Rules of Civility plunges you into Manhattan's glittering elite of the late 1930s. It is a true delight. #FridayReads
Synopsis | Amor Towles
RED RISING Pierce Brown - I wish I had waited until the entire trilogy was out so I could read them back to back.
Book Review: Red Rising, by Pierce Brown | EW.com
astonish me - I'm putting this on my summer reading list.
6 Books You Should Read This Spring
The Husband's Secret. This was my book club book for February. It was so good! It tells three different stories that all intertwine with one another, and paints such an interesting picture of what secrets can do in a marriage. And in my opinion shows amazing strength of the women in these stories. It's frustrating and intriguing. I give it 2 thumbs up. -J
The Husband's Secret
10 Summer Reads In Our Book Bags
10 Summer Reads In Our Book Bags | theglitterguide.com
The 2014 Summer Reading Guide. From chick lit to non-fiction to books to read aloud with your kids, there's something for everyone here!
Everyday Reading: The 2014 Summer Reading Guide
Bella Vista Series #2 -- Wiggs's second in her Bella Vista Chronicles series (The Apple Orchard) juggles a modern love story with a heart-pounding chronicle of the Danish resistance in Nazi-occupied Copenhagen, creating a dazzling intergenerational tale of courage and hope.
The Beekeeper's Ball (Bella Vista Series #2)
The Girl Who Came Home- the story of an Irish steerage passenger based on the Addergoole 14. Loved the book.