Doing Busy Better by Glynnis Whitwer

It is rather ironic that I started reading this book during one of the busiest times of my life. Doing Busy Better by Glynnis Whitwer was a wake up call for me. I needed this book! As we race towards the end of 2017, this book is for you! We all need this book. Check out my review.

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The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner

HAPPY BOOK RELEASE DAY to Bethany Turner. I could not wait to read this book, and you know, it lived up to the anticipation and MORE! It was all fun and games until this book arrived in my mailbox. You see, I have been anxiously awaiting it’s beautiful cover to pop out of a bubble envelope that had emerged from my mailbox, I checked the box every day, nothing….. and then one day there it was. I had a lot of other work to do so I thought, “I’ll just read a couple of chapters and then get back to work.”

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A New Shade of Summer By Nicole Deese

Nicole Deese is a full time lover of humorous, heartfelt, and hope-filled fiction. I have been waiting anxiously for this book in the Love in Lennox series and oh my goodness! A New Shade of Summer, best one so far! I loved it so much, and in my review I tell you exactly why (aside from the stunning cover).

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The Captain’s Daughter by Jennifer Delamere

Jennifer Delamere is an author who is new to me, and I am so thrilled to have discovered her. In my review I list all the reasons why this book is not your ordinary Victorian Historical. I hope you will take a moment to check it out.

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The Two of Us by Victoria Bylin

You know when you admire an author’s books and you just never get to read said author’s books until….one day….one arrives in the mail and you do a happy dance and drop everything you have been doing to read it and finish it in less than a day! Yep, that happened.

Victoria Bylin’s latest release is coming out soon! And for those who love books that deal with real life issues, have a peek at my review.

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Over Maya Dead Body by Sandra Orchard

I first heard about Sandra Orchard when I read Deadly Devotion. (She even signed our church copy for me.)

I was delighted to read this book, Over Maya Dead Body What a great weekend read! And let me just say, I did not see the end coming!

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Healing Love by Jennifer Slattery

The latest women’s fiction release is now out by Jennifer Slattery and you are not going to want to miss this one. The title is perfect: Healing Love. Why shouldn’t you miss this one, you ask? For many reasons, but mostly, because it will touch your heart profoundly. It did mine and I still think of these characters even now, weeks after I first read it. This one really tests your compassion meter, and I doubt you can read this book without being changed.

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The Space Between Words by Michele Phoenix

The Space Between Words was not at all what I expected, it surpassed my expectations by a mile. Michele Phoenix effortlessly had me glued to the pages, devouring each word. What a masterpiece.

Watch for the release coming September 2017. In the meantime…

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As High As The Heavens by Kate Breslin

If you have never read a Kate Breslin book As High As The Heavens then STOP what you are doing right now! PSA! (You can thank me later.)

Her latest is a page turner: A British nurse in WWI German-occupied Brussels, Evelyn Marche spends her days at the hospital and her nights working at a café . . . or so it seems.

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Just Look Up by Courtney Walsh

Courtney Walsh is a novelist, artist, theater director, and playwright and she has just released her latest novel, Just Look Up. This is the first book I have read by Courtney Walsh, but I had already heard such great things about her books. Boy! Totally loved Just Look Up and days after I finished it I was still thinking about the themes and lessons reflected in this gem.

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