Saturday, October 12, 2013

Recommendations for Week 15 (are you tired of these yet?)

What gems do we have for Week 15?  Beats me.  I haven't read any of them!

Susan Mallery, Christmas on 4th St. (#12.5, Fool's Gold), contemporary romance -
JoJo Moyes, You Before Me - BermudaOnion
Jessica Sorenson, Breaking Nova (#1, Nova) - Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Matthew Quick, Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock, YA - Bibliophile by the Sea
Tracey Ward, Sleepless (#1, Bird of Stone), mature YA - Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Chris Bohjalian, The Light in the Ruins, historical fiction, literary thriller - Booking Mama
Tomie dePaola, Adelita, Retelling of Cinderella in English/Spanish, young readers -
    Rhapsody in Books
Madeleine Roux, Allison Hewitt Is Trapped, zombie apocalypse - Feed Your Fiction
Charles Belfoure, The Paris Architect, historical fiction, WWII - Silver's Reviews
Fiona Palmer, The Outback Heart, rural romance - All the Books I Can Read
Barbara Delinsky, Sweet Salt Air, contemporary women's fiction - Bookfan
Daniel Kalla, The Far Side of the Sky (#1 of trilogy), historical fiction - Diary of an
Daniel Kalla, Rising Sun, Falling Shadow (#2 of trilogy), historical fiction - Diary of an
   Eccentric, Booking Mama
Dan Jones, The Plantagenets, historical fiction, monarchs of England, 13th & 14th
   centuries - Carole P. Roman, author
Marie Houblon, A World of Colors, National Geographic, children's illustrated, ages 2-6
   - Stacy's Books
Julianne Donaldson, Blackmoore:  A Proper Romance, regency romance - Bookfan
Jussi Adler-Olsen, Redemption (#3, Department Q), Danish detective series - All the
   Books that I Can Read
Ilsa Evans, Nefarious Doings (#1, a Nell Forest mystery) - book'd out
Ilsa Evans, Ill-Gotten Gains (#2, a Nell Forest mystery) - book'd out
Hallie Durand/Tony Fucile, Mitchell Goes Bowling, preschoolers, early elementary -
Emma Trevayne, Coda, post-apocalyptic - BookHounds
Al Perkins/Eric Gurney, The Digging-est Dog, children's fiction - Musings of a Bookish
Debbie Macomber, Starry Night, Christmas romance - Bookfan
Rainbow Rowell, Fangirl, teen - BermudaOnion
Ernest Cline, Ready Player One, YA futuristic - Musings of a Bookish Kitty

It was a close race this week. Bookfan won with 4, followed by BermudaOnion and Feed Your Fiction Addiction with 3 each.  See you next week.

PROGRAM NOTES AND EDITORIALS:  I've got 4 straight days of author events, starting tomorrow.  I should have a lot of event reports coming up next week.  And I haven't forgotten that I promised some more reviews!  In fact, if I'm not mistaken, I was a bit snarky about it.  For those who haven't already, please ignore my outbursts.

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