IT’s MONDAY: BOOKS and READING 16.2.15

IT’S MONDAY!  WHAT ARE YOU READING?

First of this week’s reads ~  Fantastic 1st in a new series by seasoned historical author, Sandra Byrd,
I could not put it down.
MIST OF MIDNIGHT
Gothic mysterious suspense, expertly crafted with enough clues to keep me clueless and wanting more right up until the reveal!
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Enter to WIN IT at Goodreads til March 10th 2015

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My 2nd read this week, BRENTWOOD’S WARD, was a win from the FHC pinterest board.
I loved the cover, checked out the storyline , entered, and ended with the package in the mail.This Giveaway offered the pb for Int’l entries so I was thrilled to discover the Book Depository package in the post so quickly after the winning email message.  Definitely worth entering when it’s a book that matches your reading interest!* A new to me author, Michelle Griep, whom I’m now keen to find for more of her humorous, warmly human, suspense filled historical writings.
Suffice it to say, Michelle writes a great story!

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Also, an audio listen, this FREE
CLASSIC LOVE POEMS
read by Richard Armitage til Mar 9th 2015
My response HERE

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UP NEXT ?

Waiting for a few Library reserves to arrive.


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Julie Klassen‘s newest release is on blog tour and FHC will be featuring
THE SECRET OF PEMBROOKE PARK on February 26th.

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Several fantastic WWII novels recently released I look forward to reading.

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How about your MONDAY Reading …?

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*Book Journey *

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