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January 2019

Updated: Jan 22, 2019

Amee: I read Stephen King’s new release Elevation. It is a sweet story about accepting others with a touch of science fiction. This is not King’s normal tome. At 146 pages, it is a quick read.


Also, I have been reading digital Advanced Reader Copies (ARCs). These are books which have a future publishing date. I read Wild Country by Anne Bishop. The seventh in Anne Bishop’s World of the Others series will be released in March 2019. It is a suspenseful fantasy. Also, I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella due to release in February 2019. Kinsella combines romance and family issues with a touch of humor for an enjoyable read.


Karen: The Birth House by Ami McKay. A young village girl in 1918 learns about being a midwife from an older woman.


Mary: A Dangerous Game by Heather Graham.

Megan: Shake the Tree! by Chiara Vignocchi. A Fun read! Goodnight Everyone by Chris Haughton. A very sweet calming story for bedtime.


Susan: The Postal Service Guide to U.S. Stamps, researching my Father and Grandmother’s stamp collection. New Beginnings at the Star and Sixpence by Holly Hepburn. Part one in the brand new series, perfect for all fans of Cathy Bramley and Katie Fforde. Inside the Now by Thich Nhat Hanh.


Heather: Reese Witherspoon’s Whiskey in a Teacup invites you into the Southern world with pictures, memoirs and recipes.

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