Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The Book Pusher: More October Harvest for Christmas Shopping...

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You need to fill those Christmas stockings with good books...You know you do! So here are a few more for you to consider.


AT THE EDGE OF SUMMER Jessica Brockmole: Women's Fiction

WWI's history yields some of the most fascinating stories. Brockmole's Clare and Luc are one testament to that truth. This is s must read.


PRETENDING TO DANCE Diane Chamberlain: Women's Fiction

How far do you have to run to leave anger behind? Chamberlain's Pretending to Dance is a compulsive read that answers that question beautifully.


THE LANGUAGE OF SISTERS Cathy Lamb: Women's Fiction

When Toni Kozlovsky must confront grief and family trauma, her voice extends through a sage of sacrifice, love, and survival. Glorious storytelling makes this a must read.


PETAL, ROOT, THORN Ella Joy Olsen: Women's Fiction

Petal, Root, Thorn is a strong debut with five strong women, an uncommon love story, and the truth that there is sadness and joy in every story. This is another great read.


ECHOES OF FAMILY Barbara Claypole White: Women's Fiction

With wry humor and spot-on detail, Claypole White once again tells an insightful story of another mental illness. This is a do not miss read.


Next Week: IGSW, of course!

6 comments:

  1. Wow--love being included in this group. Thank you, Zan! xox

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    1. I got to share good books as much as I have to breath. ;-)

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  2. Thank you Zan Marie for reading and reviewing!! It is an honor to be featured on your blog and we (as writers) all know how important reviews are! It was so nice to chat with you at the conference!

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    1. Wow! You just made my day! I love to read, so I know others need to know when I come across a book worth sharing. ;-)

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  3. Can't wait to read Barbara's book!

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