Time to shine everyone
Back due to popular demand – Thanks everyone ♣
The blog is open today for everyone to post a purchase link to
a- the book you’re currently reading – or
b- the book you have just read – or
c- your favourite book – AND
d- your own book.
Please don’t go overboard with the invitation and keep the links to a maximum of four!
As for me:
I’m currently reading: Kat Martin “Against the Tide”
My favourite book (still) is: Cecelia Ahern “If you could see me now”
My book “Love will Find You” is currently still free.
Everyone post away, so I can choose my next book
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26 thoughts on ““Tell us about your book” – Day #Books #mustread #amreading”
My favourite book is Lisa Kleypas – Dreaming of you, a historical romantic masterpiece: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dreaming-You-Gamblers-Book-2-ebook/dp/B000FC11I8
My latest book is Chances Are – only released yesterday – an emotional rural romance set in the heart of English countryside: https://books.pronoun.com/chances-are/
Have a great day!
Wendy Lou Jones. x
Hi Everyone, and thank you to Iris for this opportunity! I’m currently reading “Heroes Are My Weakness” by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. My favorite book (this year, anyway!) has been “The Obsession” by Nora Roberts.
My new release, “A Taming Season,” is the first in the Love at Lake George Novel Series.
News Flash: “Hearts Unloched” was named Runner-Up in the 2016 New York Book Festival!
Happy Summer Reading, everyone!
My favourite book is Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry. I also adore the sequel, The Streets of Laredo. They’re intricately beautiful, character driven stories.
The favourite I have written is Ella, an Australian historical ‘rural’ romance that pre-published made the finals in every contest she entered and won for the hero Cal an award of his own.
Lonesome Dove is the best Western ever!
I must admit my favourite book is still “Black Beauty” by Anna Sewell. I probably read it for the first time when I was seven or eight and I’m now seventy years older!
I really enjoy Janet Evanovitch’s Stephanie Plum series – funny, sexy & definitely entertaining!
I am currently reading Lisa See’s China Dolls – three young women meet and form an unlikely friendship
My own book, Hong Kong Treasure, takes you on an exotic adventure and romance
Everyone have a great day and good reading!
Thanks, Iris for the opportunity to share!
I’m currently reading “A Dog’s Purpose” by W. Bruce Cameron.
Some of my favorite books are “The Lord of the Rings Triliogy” by J.R.R. Tolkien and “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis.
My book, “Devon’s Choice” (an inspirational romance) is on sale for $0.99 at http://amzn.to/1AMhNfY
The book you’re currently reading – I’m reading several, but really enjoying The Forgotten Seamstress by Liz Trenow. http://amzn.to/291czXy
Your favourite book – I have several but I have to go with Interred with Their Bones by Jennifer Lee Carrell http://amzn.to/28XYaIy
Your own book – I have two very different books I’d like to tell you about. If you’re looking for a summer beach read, try my contemporary romantic comedy Been Searching for You. http://amzn.to/292hWso
Or if historical fantasy and Arthurian Legend are more your thing, try Daughter of Destiny, the first book in a trilogy that tells Guinevere’s life story from her POV. This book focuses on her early years before King Arthur and was named Book of the Year by Chanticleer Reviews and won a Gold Medal for fantasy in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. http://amzn.to/29120BO
Hello there lovely readers! Thank you Iris for letting us post!! My favorite book is The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. I am currently reading Blackbird Summer by my author friend the great, Em Shotwell.
I have a fairly new release that was released back in May. It is called Chasm and is an Adult Romantic Suspense.
You can find it here: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01F6PXFY6
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/chasm-lk-kuhl/1123761841?ean=2940158502675
My favorite book is Outlander by Diana Gabaldon https://www.amazon.com/Outlander-Diana-Gabaldon/dp/0440212561/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1467129046&sr=8-1&keywords=outlander+books
I’m currently reading
A DIRTY LIFE” a memoir by Kristin Kimball, which I’m enjoying very much.https://www.amazon.com/Dirty-Life-Memoir-Farming-Food/dp/1416551611/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1467129166&sr=8-1&keywords=A+dirty+life+by+Kristin+Kimball
And my latest book is out today! FINDING HOPE (A Savage Cinderella Novella-Bk 1) is a YA/NA Romantic Suspense. http://booklaunch.io/pjsharon/finding-hope
Hi Iris 🙂
I just read and loved “Breathing Room” by Susan Elizabeth Philips (Available for Kindle here: http://amzn.to/28Y8wIx) I love Ms. Philips depth of emotion as well as the humor she brings to her characters.
My favorite book of all time is still “These Old Shades” by Georgette Heyer ( http://amzn.to/2981WmQ ) The sweeping dramas of Georgian England are described in such rich detail. And the duke is exquisite 🙂
My most recent release, The Debutante Bride ( http://amzn.to/291cMb4 ) has my hero and heroine having to work hard for their happily ever after but it’s all the sweeter for their struggles.
~ Happy reading everyone ~
My favorite book will always be Gone with the Wind.
One of my favorite recent reads is He’s in My Dreams – Even though I’m not that into YA, this one is amazing. It’s rife with emotion and really stays with you. Full disclosure, I freelance edited the story, but I promise, I don’t recommend all the books I edit. 🙂
My upcoming release is a Gothic Mystery Romance called Devil’s Promenade: A World of Gothic – United States and is available for pre-order for 99¢
What a cool idea for a blog…thank you! Can’t wait to discover some new reads and new authors. 🙂
Thanks for this offer!
I’m currently reading: Well Read, Then Dead by Terrie Farley Moran
I’ve finished: A Stone’s Throw by Debbie De Louise:
And my second Digital Age Cozy, Prepped for the Kill (a Marjorie Gardens Mystery #2) is available for pre-order: https://www.amazon.com/Prepped-Kill-Marjorie-Gardens-Mystery-ebook/dp/B01HAJOVQC/
My first Romance Mystery for the Marjorie Gardens Mystery series is Ten Days in Tahiti: https://www.amazon.com/Tahiti-Marjorie-Gardens-ROMANCE-Mystery-ebook/dp/B01HIX8BN4
Thank you, Iris!
Thanks so much for the chance!
I’m currently reading Annette Dashofy’s “With a Vengeance.” I love her Zoe Chambers mystery series! https://www.amazon.com/Vengeance-Zoe-Chambers-Mystery-Book-ebook/dp/B01BGZOFSU/
I myself had three cozy mysteries release in two months:
“Delivering the Truth,” the first Quaker Midwife Mystery, featuring crime-solving Quaker midwife Rose Carroll in an 1888 Massachusetts mill town. https://www.amazon.com/Delivering-Truth-Quaker-Midwife-Mystery-ebook/dp/B019KKTWX6/
“Grilled for Murder,” the second Country Store Mystery, with chef/carpenter Robbie Jordan solving crimes in southern Indiana in her country store restaurant. https://www.amazon.com/Grilled-Murder-Country-Store-Mystery/dp/1617739278/
And “Murder Most Fowl,” the fourth Local Foods Mystery, where organic farmer Cam Flaherty copes with locally sourced murder! https://www.amazon.com/Murder-Most-Local-Foods-Mystery-ebook/dp/B01501H2PO/
One of faves was The Black Stallion by Walter Farley… yes, I read all the horse books growing up. Jayne Ann Krentz’s futuristics are some of my favorite romance novels.
Right now, I’m getting ready to release my shapeshifter erotic romance, WAITING FOR A FILLY GIRL. The cover art is being created by Amanda Kelsey. She’s done several of my covers. ~savannakougar.com~
I am the author of the Hamptons Home and Garden Mysteries, my latest book is Hearse and Gardens – Murder in Montauk https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/0425276597 Thank you!!
My book is The LIes He Told Me, Sylvie Grayson. I’ve written a few but this is my favourite. It’s about a police detective who’s looking for a man who has disappeared, and the man’s wife who is under suspicion. But then the cop falls for the suspecte, and things get complicated. You can find it at
I just finished reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han (awesome if you like YA and I certainly do) http://amzn.to/293Lqo2 and I’m reading Heart of Betrayal by Mary Pearson http://amzn.to/298hzL6
If you like romance maybe you’d like to try my novel We Will Always Have the Closet by Natalina Reis http://amzn.to/1WcUQMa. Check out the trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiZK0_PCysg
Enjoy your summer and keep reading!
I am currently reading (and editing) Raging Fire, book 4 of Guarded Secrets. Just finished Rebellion Project, Unleashed, and A Dirt Road Summer.
One of my favourite books is E.M. Forster’s ‘Maurice’, a beautiful romance set in early 20th century England http://amzn.to/298OOhb
My own recent release ‘A Valet’s Duty’ is set in the same era and tells the story of a secret relationship between valet Henry and his aristocratic employer Rafe http://amzn.to/295SoZ2
Thanks very much, Iris!
One of my favorite historicals is ‘The Spymaster’s Lady’ by Joanna Bourne. I read the series and this one plus ‘The Forbidden Rose’ were the best.
One of my favorite historical places is the French Quarter in New Orleans. I spent a couple of years doing research and also visiting the Quarter to get a feel for the place before I wrote “To Save a Lady,” which is set during the War of 1812 in the Quarter http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OJF5MFK/ I hope to get the second book in the series finished and published early next year. I had to put it aside when I signed a three book contract but it is almost written and I can’t wait to finish it up.
Thanks, Iris, for the opportunity!
Thanks so much for the opportunity. I just finished reading Mycroft Holmes by Kareem,Abdul Jabbar. (Yes, the basketball player. Turns out he’s a Holmesian. Who knew?) https://www.amazon.com/Mycroft-Holmes-Kareem-Abdul-Jabbar/dp/1783291540
My next read will be Raining Men and Corpses by Anne R. Tan
The first book in my mystery series is Death of an Idiot Boss http://amzn.to/1NE8S5t Free with Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime. If you like a sleuth with attitude, you’ll love Kadence MacBride.
I really enjoyed A King’s Story by the Duke of Windsor (once Edward VII) who abdicated to marry ‘the woman i love’. It is a pageant of Victorian and later Edwardian England right up to the nineteenth century. Highly recommend.
My latest release is Morgan D’Arcy: A Vampyre Rhapsody from The Wild Rose Press 9/9/16. Tagline: A titled lord, concert pianist, and … vampire, Morgan D’Arcy has everything he wants…except what he most desires…the woman of his dreams—the search is on. Preorder: https://www.amazon.com/Morgan-DArcy-Rhapsody-Linda-Nightingale-ebook/dp/B01JBRRABE/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1469868806&sr=8-4&keywords=linda+nightingale#nav-subnav
Thanks Iris for this opportunity. You need to tell us more about your book in this post! Have a grand evening.
Hello everyone! Thanks so much for letting me share. My all-time favorite books were all written by Isaac Asimov, but I read far more historical romances these days.
I’m currently reading Tessa Dare’s “Say Yes to the Marquess” https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JJUZ1W4.
The most recent Regency I released is “The Epiphany of an Explorer.” It’s still available at a special price of 99¢. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G0VEC38.
I’m currently re-reading my favorite series, JD Robb’s futuristic “In Death” police romances. I’m up to Treachery In Death while waiting for her newest installment to release in Sept.
My paranormal romantic suspense series, Dolphin Shore Shifters starts with Blood Tide and currently has five books available: http://amzn.to/29nIuk0. Each book stands alone and has different heroes and heroines. Dolphins posing as humans…the ultimate “beach read”.
My first book The Vicar’s Deadly Sin – a sort of Jane Austen meets Nancy Drew. Two friends think they have the expertise to solve a murder, problem is they live in 1815 in English Regency.
Available at http://amzn.to/2bEPwp4