I spend my days with books, authors, publishers and social media. Reading has been an important part of my life since childhood (the first “chapter” book I remember reading was an American Girl book in early elementary). I spend an hour to 90 minutes each day curled up with my favorite book, and I wanted to update you on what I’ve been reading lately. (By the way, if we’re not friends on Goodreads yet, let’s connect!)
- Denise Hunter's Dancing with Fireflies: This is book two in the series but can definitely be read as a standalone. This is a great book to bring along in your tote to the beach.
- Colleen Coble's Seagrass Pier: If you love a little mystery and a little suspense, this series is the one for you. Book three was by far the spookiest and my favorite in the series.
- Dee Henderson's Undetected: If you’ve been a fan of Dee’s book for a while, be warned that her most recent books are unlike her previous ones — but the research she’s put into the books is so detailed and really makes the book.
- Hillary Manton Lodge's A Table by the Window: I am all about foodie fiction, and this book is no exception. As a twenty-something, I really felt like I connected with the protagonist. Also, I ended every chapter feeling hungry and adding the recipes at the end of the chapters to my must-try list.
- Judy Greer's I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: I’ve never seen a Judy Greer movie I didn’t like. After seeing her promote it on the morning talk shows, I bought it for my spring road trip — and it did not disappoint. Hilarious!
- Katie Ganshert's Wishing on Willows: This was the first book by Katie I’d read; the dynamics between the characters was page-turning.
- Timothy Lewis' Forever Friday: If you’re a fan of Nicholas Sparks novels, this book will be right up your alley. It was a very sweet read.
- Becky Wade's Meant to Be Mine: I’m about halfway through this book right now and am eating it up. The chemistry between the characters is like magic.