Monday, May 2, 2011

A New Feature: Triple M

After spending so much time talking about my own book, for a while, I'd honestly like to devote Monday to inviting readers and authors (we also read) to leave the title and comment of a book you've recently read that you feel is worth mentioning.   As much as we appreciate honesty, I'm asking that you keep your comments positive.  If you have negative feelings about a recent read...this isn't the place to share it.  So...come on.  Who's going to be first?

12 comments:

Debra K. Dunlap said...

I've just finished re-reading Shattered by Dick Francis. Maybe it's just because I like horses, but I've loved his mysteries since I picked up the first one. And he's written so many wonderful books!

Debbi

Anita Davison said...

The Rembrandt Secret by Alex Connor- This book is an excellent read, and I won’t be able to look at a Rembrandt now without a chill running up my spine. [My review will be posted on the HNR Blog tomorrow- http://historicalnovelreview.blogspot.com]

Roseanne Dowell said...

I just finished reading Mary, Mrs. A Lincoln by Janis Cooke Newman (at your recommendation)and loved it. I recommend it to everyone.

L. K. Below said...

I got caught up in Rhobin L. Courtright's Crewkin last night. If you enjoy science fiction at all, I highly recommend this book.

Morgan Mandel said...

My brain is toast this morning, since I woke up at 4:30 when my husband went to work and couldn't sleep after that. So,I'll just agree with Debra, because I love all the Dick Francis books. I started reading his in high school and have read them all!

Morgan Mandel
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Maryann Miller said...

I just finished Life Sentences by Laura Lippman. Love her books that have so much more story to them than just the mystery.

Also really enjoy the Dick Francis books and one day will start reading them all again... maybe. LOL I have so many new books to read.

Tara said...

Deadly by Julie Chibbaro really impressed recently. It's a YA historical and skillfully tells readers about Typhoid Mary.

Ginger Simpson said...

I discovered an awesome author in my critique group. I highly recommend Anita Davison's Duking Days, the Rebellion and the Revolution. I've come to love anything she writes. And this is not a paid advertisement. :)

Ginger Simpson said...

OMG...How could I forget Heather Haven's "Alvarez Series" Murder is a Family Business and A Wedding to Die for. I can't wait for the third to be released. Trust me...if you like humor mixed in with you mystery/suspense, then you'll love these.

Heather Haven said...

I am in the midst of reading The Four Ms. Bradwells by Meg Waite clayton. Haven't finished it yet but it is terrific! don't want it to end!! Also,recently finished Ginger Simpson's The Locket, scary stuff! whoa! Just read Ginger's comments on my books! Looks like she and I are in a mutual admiration society. But frankly, she's quite a writer. Very diverse, warm, witty, vivid descriptions, and knows the human animal.

Karen Cote said...

Great post to get e-books out there...thank you Ginger for setting the benchmark in "what to do" to get the world out. We need more of this.

SEP launched her print book of Call Me Irrestible but said more e-books of it were being sold as opposed to print. My recommendation is one that came highly recommended to me. Frank Scully's Ressurection Garden.

Anna Kathryn Lanier said...

The most recent book I read was by my friend Anne Marie Novark, THE COWBOY'S SURRENDER. It's the second of her 5-book series about the McCade clan. Anne Marie writes very sensual and has great conflict...a rancher and the oil company rep he doesn't want on his land!

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