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Know Any Good Reads?

By May 25, 2012March 31st, 2020Blog

School’s winding up and summer kicks off this weekend.  Time to make a summer reading list.

Have you read any good books recently?  

I’m looking for recommendations.

9 Comments

  • Melissa Corry says:

    Have you read the Fablehaven series. I loved it. Good for the kids and adults. Or, if you want more of a book for you, have you read the An Assembly Such as This series. It is the story of Pride and Prejudice told from Mr. Darcy's perspective. Both series are favorites 😉

  • Allie says:

    Love the blocks! I'm re-reading all the Ellie Haskell books from Dorothy Cannell right now. Too hot to sew this weekend!

  • Purple Pam says:

    I like the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich (hilarious). Also the FBI series by Catherine Coulter (suspensful). I am back to reading some John Grisham books. I recently finished The Confession (unexpected ending).

  • Kati from Kati's Quilting says:

    I just finished the Hunger Games series and Marie Bostwick's Ties that Bind (cobbled court series) and started Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless sewing. I love your stack of books blocks!

  • Sandra Coleman Clarke says:

    U an reading Water for Elephants and it is good.

  • Sarah Craig says:

    If you haven't read the Outlander series of books by Diana Gabaldon, you ought to give them a try – Jamie and Claire are like old friends to me, and with seven very large books already written in the series, it can keep you busy all summer!! Time travel, men in kilts, twue wuv, what more can you ask for from a book?

  • Carol E. says:

    You might have fun at goodreads dot com. I found a couple of fun book groups to join there. I get a lot of book ideas from the friends I've connected to at goodreads.

  • Carol E. says:

    P.S. I forgot the real reason I visited your blog! I need to know where to send my quilts for Happy Chemo. Can you email me your address, please?
    merryhands(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Dolores says:

    Honolulu by Alan Brennert.
    The Factory Voice by Jeanette Lynes.
    Both books are about women. My book club raved about both.

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