Tag: weekend reading

Since I loved Phaedra Patrick’s first novel, The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper, I had a feeling I’d like Rise & Shine Benedict Stone and guess what? It’s fantastic! Such a brilliant combination of a sweet plot, quirky characters, lots of heart and a fast read! Set in a small town,…

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What a great spring for amazing books! I wish I had more time in my days to read. Here’s what is on my radar right now… I am getting a lot of requests for thrillers or mysteries. People want books like Gone Girl, Luckiest Girl Alive, The Girl on the Train,…

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This book is on my “To Be Read” pile, it looks like a fun mid-life crisis kind of style and if it’s funny or quirky then I know I’m going to love it. Who Is Rich by Matthew Klam centers around a married, middle-aged cartoonist at a weeklong arts conference who…

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I knew right away that I would love this book and I was right. A Stranger in the House is author Shari Lapena’s follow up to the page turning novel, The Couple Next Door. I applaud an author who can create a riveting story that makes you stay up long past…

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First up this week is Letters to a Young Writer by Colum McCann. He obviously knows a thing or two about writing since his novel, Let The Great World Spin is an award winning book. I am open to all advice about writing that I can possibly read. Never turn down…

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