Nov 28, 2015

A Glance Back at November

To my American readers, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! This year, my younger brother and his beautiful wife hosted Thanksgiving dinner. I was ecstatic because he's quite the chef. And for the first time ever, I had deep-fried turkey. I don't care for anything deep-fried, but I am always willing to try something at least once. For those of you who have had it, you know what I mean when I say, "Wow!" It was absolutely delicious—tender, moist, and so flavorful.

In the same manner of keeping ourselves open to new possibilities, November was a month of many new authors for me largely in part because I've become a "professional" reader for NetGalley. Here is the line up. I hope you find a title, or two, that catches your eye.

Crystallum (Primordial Principles 1)
by by Laney McMann

AS AN AVID reader of young adult books, I’ve had the pleasure of reading some of the most thought provoking books that completely captivate me...
The Reluctant Duchess
by Sharon Cullen

THE RELUCTANT DUCHESS, by Sharon Cullen, is a sweet historical romance with a touch of suspense to make the heart race but not wildly...
The 5th Wave (The 5th Wave 1)
by Rick Yancey

“THEY’VE TAKEN EVERYTHING worth living for. Now they’ve come to take the things worth dying for.” I woke up to a start the first night I read...
The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave 2)
by Rick Yancey

“Because, in the end, without love all our effort is wasted, all we do is in vain.” Spoken like a smitten husband, Ricky Yancey dedicates this...

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