I missed one, BookRunes had a FREE suggestion this morning too. Maybe it's a good thing I missed it. It heads off in a much different direction from the rest of this morning's offerings. Maybe it deserves the attention of it's own post. Beggars Daughter is a true story based on one woman's life, sharing her … Continue reading Another FREE book February 13, 2020
This is a slow day for book suggestions but we have a few more read-and-enjoyed to share. Legacy Restored is my 5***** favorite today. It is book 2 in The Legacy series. Book 3 Legacy Reclaimed is scheduled to be released February 11, 2020. Legacy Rejected is book 1. Romantic Suspense - Book 2 is … Continue reading Read and enjoyed Feb 7, 2020
Today's inspiration includes authors new to me with stories originating from fresh directions. Like this first one. Falling for the Foe It's been awhile since I've read anything in this setting. It's a bargain at $1.99 CDN, and possibly lower in the US. The first few pages have me looking forward to jumping into this … Continue reading Bargain books February 5, 2020
Another slow day for book suggestions, so far any way. A good time to clear out more of the abandoned and partially read books taking up valuable space. Larkspur Cove. Still a bargain. Maybe it's just me but I couldn't get into it somehow. Never Been Born, it's months since I gave up on this … Continue reading More abandoned reads, a few available at a good price.
This post is inspired by the post of a blogger friend here , wanting to become a better reader. His title asks the question: Can you teach me to read? I agree with him, reading skill is rarely the real problem. Discovery of enjoyment in reading is the real issue. Find a book you love … Continue reading Teach me to read? and two free books
All of these books have depth to them, even if they do fall under the Romance banner. House Without Lies is probably my favorite. Lily has a heart for abused girls in desperate straits. From a little girl she dreamed of a big house with many children. It's coming true. Every holiday another girl, or … Continue reading Fall Flip, and other great books recently read. Mostly Romance.
No free books to report this afternoon. Nothing is appealing to me again, with these new emails but tomorrow is another day. In the meantime, I do have another list of interesting books-read to share with you. This first one A Woman of Fortune is my favorite. A Woman of Fortune - Kellie Coates Gilbert ... A beautiful Texas … Continue reading A Woman of Fortune
One thing about recreating Bible stories - it's a challenge, as there is rarely much detail to go on. Jill Eileen Smith has taken on the task of retelling the story of Rahab. a harlot in Jericho, a city full of arrogance and cruelty. She's done a masterful job of fleshing out the life of this courageous woman. … Continue reading The Crimson Cord
This time it's different. I've written other posts, lamenting what could have been great writing were it not watered down with obligatory but unnecessary sex scenes. This book is the exception... the sex scenes are not here to titillate the reader. They are an integral part of the story... unfortunately. There wouldn't be a story without the raw honesty in … Continue reading Something I Am Not
Ginny L. Yttrup digs deep when searching for stories. Reading what she comes up with is an emotional experience, resonating to one's very heart. There are two books, one I read last year and one just now. I want to tell you about them both. They were so good. The second story was inspired by the autobiography of Madame Jeanne Guyon … Continue reading Lost and Found, Words