My shelves are full. Stacks of books sit on the floor — family room, my office, the bedroom. Shopping bags overflow with books.
And this doesn’t include what’s on my Kindle!
What to do with them all? READ THEM!
In the next weeks and months, I hope to dazzle you with reviews of the following:
Cry of the Peacock by V.R. Christensen (fiction) (currently reading)
Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall (fiction) (currently reading)
The World’s Strongest Librarian by Josh Hahagame (memoir) (currently reading)
A Wilder Rose: A Novel by Susan Albert Wittig (fiction) (holding review for publication date)
The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates by Wes Moore (memoir)
The Storekeeper’s Daughter by Wanda E. Brunstetter (Amish fiction)
Misery Loves Company by Rene Gutteredge (fiction, suspense)
Little Madhouse on the Prairie by Marion Elizabeth Witte (memoir)
Famous Drownings in Literary History by Kevin Haworth (nonfiction)
Why Kimba Saved the World by Meg Welch Dendler (children’s)
My Emily by Matt Patterson (memoir)
The Secrets of Mary Bowser (P.S.) by Lois Leveen (fiction)
Never Give in to Fear: Laughing All the Way Up from Rock Bottom by Marti MacGibbon (memoir)
The Biscuit Witch by Deborah Smith (fiction)
North of Hope by Shannon Polson (memoir)
. . . and the list could go on, but these are the ones up for the next reads. I may not read in the exact order listed here, other than those I’m reading. But these are the ones I want to read soon.
What about you? What’s on your list of books to read sooner than later and maybe share what you’re reading now? I’d love to hear!
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Coming up next week: On Monday, August 26th, my review of Cry of the Peacock by V.R. Christensen will be posted for Story Cartel. Then on Thursday, the 29th of August, I’ll be taking a look at Why Kimba Saved the World, a children’s book, by Meg Welch Dendler.