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Wow! April Books!

Just realized it's been almost a month since I posted here...

Life gets too crazy...

APRIL BOOKS:
1) Reflection Point - Emily March (Kindle)
2) The Wanderer - Robyn Carr (Kindle)



3) Sand Castle Bay - Sherryl Woods (Kindle)
4) The Other Woman - Brenda Novak (Kindle)
5) Big Girls Don't Cry - Brenda Novak (Kindle)
6) Coulda Been A Cowboy - Brenda Novak (Kindle)



7) The Key Is Love - Marie Osmond (hardback)
8) Alex Cross, Run - James Patterson (hardback)
9) Far From Perfect - Barbara Longley (Kindle)
10) The Difference A Day Makes - Barbara Longley (Kindle)

All except for Longley were favorite authors. March, Carr, Woods, Novak & Patterson didn't disappoint. I enjoyed reading the books by Longley as well.

Enjoyed reading Marie Osmond's book honoring her mother and mothers everywhere. She was also very open about her son's suicide.

I'm also ahead of my goal on book reading on Goodreads.com.

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