Here’s what we are reading…..What are you reading? + 4 Books….4 Winners!

by Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection

Peggy and I thought you might like to know what we are reading…..plus we felt like giving books away!  In order to win you’ve just got to tell us a great book you’ve read lately and which of the following four books you’d like to win most!  Comment on our website or Facebook post!  We’ll announce the winners next Friday!   Can’t wait to start reading?   Just click the links to purchase directly on Amazon we use any proceeds from sales to buy books to give away!

Peggy is reading The Lost Girls by Jessica Chiarella.

I just finished The Oceanography of the Moon.

 

And my book go to gal, Laura Hogan is reading The Lights of Sugarberry Cove and also suggested South of the Buttonwood Tree

 

23 thoughts on “Here’s what we are reading…..What are you reading? + 4 Books….4 Winners!

  1. I’m reading “No Exit” which so far, is pretty exciting and suspenseful. I’d love to win “Lights of Sugarberry Cove” or “South of the Buttonwood Tree” and recommend them to my book club. Thank you!

  2. I read Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell. It was really good. On my TBR list is Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe by Heather Webber. So I would love to also read South Of the Buttonwood Tree! Happy reading friends!

  3. I’ve been reading several books lately from Reese Witherspoon picks including, ‘The Guest List” and “The Last thing he Told Me”. I’d like to read Lost Girls. Summer is the best time to read!

  4. I just finished reading Sea of Tranquility by Emily St John Mandel and now I’m reading the Glass hotel by the same author, and listening to The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo. Also, my book club book last month was The Maid, by Nita Prose, also a great listen! So many good books right now.

  5. I’ll read anything, as summer is the only time I have to read for pleasure, on school break! This week, I read Watching You, by Lisa Jewell, The President’s Daughter, by James Patterson & Bill Clinton, and yet another book by Nicholas Sparks (they’re all the same, aren’t they?!)

  6. I’ve read “ The Last Thing He Told Me” and “Giver of Stars” All of these books sound good!

  7. My most recent reads have been The Tatooist of Auschwitz, The Great Alone, The Postmistress of Paris and are all great reads. I am also listening to America’s First Daughter and the reader is marvelous.

  8. I just finished “The Last Thing He Told Me” and started “Just Haven’t Met You Yet” by Sophie Cousens. I’ve read a few of her books and have enjoyed them all!

  9. Just finished “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” and loved it!! Just started West with Giraffes and love it so far!!

  10. I just read Driving Miss Norma and loved it. Would love any of these. Next up for me is Sentient .

  11. I loved Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover. Nothing compares to the passionate love a mother has for her child. This one really touched my heart.

  12. I am reading “The Violin Conspiracy” by Brendan Slocumb. The author is a violinist, which adds to the descriptions of playing violin. It’s a page turner, with a Stradivarius that is stolen. It’s also an exploration of being Black in a very white classical music world.

  13. I just read a quintessential beach read, The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews. I haven’t read many mysteries lately, so I would love The Lost Girls.

  14. Just finished The Last Thing He Told Me and am reading The Personal Librarian. Recommend both! My book club starts with a new list each summer. Would love to read The Lost Girls!

  15. Recently read and loved both The Plot and The Latecomer by Jean Hanff Gorelitz. Now reading The Golden Girl by Elin Hilderbrand and never tire of her books.

  16. I finished Remarkably Bright Creatures yesterday and I’m ready to start it over right away. It was such a good story of lonliness and finding your communitu. And

    I just started “A Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times” by Jane Goodall. It’s the companion book to the Book of Joy by Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama which I also highly recommend.

  17. I enjoyed the Midnight Library by Jack Haig, The Paris Library by Janet Charles, The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict and The Exiles by Christina B. Kline. All very different from each other and I recommend all of them. I’d love to read the oceanography of the moon.

  18. I read The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn, another phenomenal read that follows her previous books- The Alice Network and The Huntress, all books l couldn’t put down once started ! Diamond Eye is loosely based on a real female Russian Sniper during WW2 and the invasion of Russia by the Nazis – a fabulous suspense book and beach read !

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