Monday, December 31, 2018

My Suggestions for Winter Reading

I have more time to read in winter. I know I should be writing, but there are just so many books!

Here are some on my list and some I've already read.
I am reading "A Dog's Luck: A Love Story and a Family Saga Intertwined" it is really good and I'm having a hard time putting it down. The writing style is different from anything I have read. It is almost poetry but still very readable. If you like family drama and dogs, this one is for you. 
Here's what Amazon says about this book:

A story of love, separation and longing
A Dog’s Luck is a unique, moving and thought-provoking work of literary art that deals with existential issues in a heartfelt, high-tempo and dynamic style. It touches on love, separation and longing, in an expressive, multi-layered language that provokes the readers to reflect upon subtle nuances of their own inner worlds."

It is a fun read full of adventure, mathem, monsters and Giants! If you liked Harry Potter, you will like this. I plan to read the others in this series too.

I've written about "cozy" mysteries before and I just read another good one. 
Amazon says: Jade’s promising career comes to an unexpected halt when a hacker targets her friend and fellow blogger, Liz, destroying her livelihood and reputation. But the intrusion doesn’t stop there. The mysterious hacker, known only as Connie, is a stalker, and now she has her eyes on Liz’s three children. Before Jade can even begin to investigate, Connie is found… dead in Liz's kitchen. To the sheriff's department, the case is cut and dry. Now Liz is in jail, and Jade is the only one who can free her. 

On my list to read next are: To Catch a Butterfly by T.M. Payne, Catalyst by Michael C. Grumley and The Eye of Moloch by Glenn Beck

These should get you started. Comment below and tell us your favorite winter reads. 

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