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August Books

I read 11 books  in August - 10 by female authors, 1 by a male author.

1) Judgment Call by J.A. Jance (hardback) - another great book by Jance!
2) Forever After by Karen Rose Smith (Kindle) - enjoyed this one.
3) Catching Fireflies by Sherryl Woods (Kindle) - LOVE Woods books!
4) Moonshell Beach by JoAnn Ross (Kindle) - I'm a Ross fan!
5) I, Michael Bennett by James Patterson (hardback) - enjoyed it but had a frustrating ending
6) The Inn at Rose Harbor by Debbie Macomber (Kindle) A bit of a miss from Macomber, but still enjoyable
7) The Wedding Gift by Lucy Kevin (Kindle) - okay
8) A Baby of Her Own by Brenda Novak (Kindle) - enjoyed it and plan to read more of her books

9) Friends Forever by Danielle Steel (hardback) - extremely frustrating & sad. You can expect sadness and then ultimately happiness in most of her books, but this was too much
10) Hooked by Polly Iver (Kindle) - hated it, couldn't even finish so I guess this counts as 1/3 read

11) Chasing Perfect by Susan Mallery (Kindle) - found a new author and series based on a town named Fool's Gold. You'll understand my fascination in the series when you see my September books read. (I'm now on the 3rd book of the series and it's only Sept. 3)...

All in all, it was a good month for reading. As you can see, I read more "fluff" than anything else last month. I have the new Tess Gerritsen book "Last To Die" on the way, and the new Linwood Barclay book comes out on Tuesday. Really excited about reading both of them!


Anonymous said…
I read your blog, however, some of them are really hard to read when you used different colors, hard to read the one about Brandon's new apartment, it is just too dark.

Linda said…
you must have been looking at my blog as I was playing with the look of it. I changed it again, so you'll be able to read that post.

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