Tuesday, February 14, 2017

The Book Pusher: February Mini Book Reviews

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THE FEEDSTORE CHRONICLES Travis Erwin: Fictionalized Memoir

With a wry, perfectly pitched voice, Erwin entertains with a fictionalized memoir that opens a window into the adolescent male mind. Venture in if you want a rollicking read.

THE FIERY CROSS Diana Gabaldon: Historical fiction with a touch of time travel

In Diana Gabaldon's fifth Outlander Series book, she continues to weave history with fiction with her amazing skill. Her spellbinding story of Jamie, Claire and their family will keep you reading late into the night.

THE WINTER SEA Susanna Kearsley: Historical Romance

 All of Kearsley's considerable skill has brought both the contemporary and historical stories to vivid life. The twist at the end will leave you breathless and cheering. (Be sure to read before The Firebird.)

SWEET SOUTHERN HEARTS Susan Schild: Women's Fiction

As always, Schild has concocted a raucous ride in Willow Hill with babies, adventurous ladies, and more besides. Her third Willow Hill story is as sweet and sassy as only Southern women can be.

Here's some sources of great Women's Fiction, the genre I love so much:

WFWA Goodreads shelf

WF Writers Association Pinterest Boards