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Spring 2016 – Novel Anticipation

I can’t think of much better than sitting outside in the spring sunshine with a book in hand, can you? (Assuming spring gets here!) Here are a few titles¬†that would be perfect for that anticipated sunshiny day. HER ONE AND ONLY (Porter Family Series) by Becky Wade Gray Fowler, star NFL tight end, is being Read More

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Novel Anticipation – May 2015

Along with May flowers comes a beautiful bouquet of books–sorry, I couldn’t resist. ūüėČ This month four of my favorite authors are coming out with new releases, and I know they’ll all be winners. Question: Which¬†May releases are on your can’t-wait-to-read list? As Love Blooms by Lorna Seilstad Revell Denied a position as a horticulturalist Read More

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Novel Anticipation, May 2014

ALL MY BELONGINGS by¬†Cynthia Ruchti (Abingdon Press) – Cynthia has fast become one of my favorite authors. She’s not only gifted as a page-turning storyteller, but her prose sings beautiful music! Jayne Dennagee has spent her life running from the “doctor death” legacy of her father. His Kervorkian-copycat methods of euthanasia ruined her childhood, covering Read More

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A Mother’s Day Reading List

Don’t know what to get your mother for Mother’s Day? Well, I’m here to help you out with novel suggestions in several different categories. I know one or more will fit her tastes! On my wish list: UNWRITTEN by Charles Martin (Center Street) Sunday hasn’t spoken to anybody other than his priest in years. When Read More

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Discovering Gold at the Local Bookseller

While out and about yesterday, I happened to stop in our local bookstore and was very surprised and happy to find new releases I’ve been waiting months to read. It’s almost like finding gold. ūüôā (I also helped myself to a little shelf-rearranging to make sure the covers were displayed, not just the spine.) WHEN Read More

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April 2013 – Novel Anticipation, Part One

WHEN THE MORNING GLORY BLOOMS¬†(Abingdon Press) by¬†Cynthia Ruchti¬†– In 2010, I read through Ruchti’s debut novel¬†They Almost Always Come Home¬†twice in a row. The first time I hurried through it because I had to find out what happened. It was a true page-turner. But then I had to go back and re-read it in order Read More