Friday, August 19, 2016



Debby Giusti
I just finished ROOM by Emma Gallagher, which was a riveting story. 

I'm currently reading a memoir by a self-published person in my church, NEVER ALONE, by J.D. Towle.

Next on my reading list is THOSE WHO SAVE US, by Jenna Blum, my book club's selection for September.

Pamela Tracy
What I Just Finished:  To Catch a Wife by Lee McKenzie.  This is a Harlequin Heartwarming that I picked up for free at RWA.

What I'm Reading Now:  Rocky Mountain Reunion by Tina Radcliffe.  I went to the pool last Sunday and grabbed the first book I saw from my TBA pile.  This was supposed to be my purse book, but it's so good that it's now the book in residence.

What I'm Reading Next:  The 7th book in the Lexi Carmichael series by Julie Moffat.  I cannot remember the name, but I bought the first one at RT, and I've been reading them one after the other.  Yeah!  I love it when I find a series that draws me in.  Number 6 was the best one ever - picture female bond age who bumbles just a little but never with a TSTL reason.

Deb Kastner:
I just finished reading: The Beast's Garden by Kate Forsyth, a WWII novel.

I'm currently reading: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. 

I'm not watching the movies until I've finished up the books.
Next on my list: Beast by Chawna Shroeder This is a Gilead Publishing novel from their Enclave imprint and it looks fascinating. I read the first couple of chapters and was hooked.

Mary Alford
I’m reading Her Deadly Inheritance, by Beth Ann Ziarnik. 
I just started the book this week an already its hard to put down. The characters really suck you into the story. I love gritty stories like this suspense. 

Barbara Phinney
I’m reading Ice Cold by Tess Gerritson, a Rizzoles and Isles book. It’s my first book by this author in a long time and I really enjoy her riveting style. I love RS books with real characters.

Jill Kemerer
I recently finished The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin. This fictional account of historical figures--Babe Paley, Slim Keith, and Truman Capote--brought a slice of 60s New York high society to life. A fun read!  


I'm currently reading the Christian living book, Audacious by Beth Moore.

7 comments:

Debby Giusti said...

Fun to see what everyone is reading!

Cate Nolan said...

I always love getting suggestions from what others are reading.

I'm currently enjoying Alison Stone's newest - Plain Cover-Up.

Terri Reed said...

Lots of good books being read. I didn't get my act together to get the info to be included but I'm reading Mistletoe Justice by Carol J. Post, a RITA finalist! Woot! and I'm also reading The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Confession time: I'm a messy person. The chaos of my messiness can be overwhelming, especially when I'm in the middle of a book. In between books I TRY to tidy up. I'm hoping this book will help me.

Pamela Tracy said...

I gotta read Carol's. I'm so proud of her for being a Rita finalist :)

I'm a messy person too. Arg

Keli Gwyn said...

Don't laugh, but I'm currently reading my August LIH, Make-Believe Beau. I enjoy reading my stories in their final print forms because that's the only way I can read them without my Internal Editor going on high alert. =)

Next up is The Lady and the Lionheart by Joanne Bischof. I've heard great things about the story. I've read other books by Joanne. Talk about a fantastic storyteller!

Debby Giusti said...

Keli, I never read my books in print form...maybe I should.

Terri and Pamela, my office is messy. The house is neat. This one room is not. Oh...and my closet could be a bit more tidy as well.

But my office...

It's out of control! LOL!

Deb Kastner said...

I never read my in-print books because I'm afraid I'm going to find some horrible error IN PRINT and know it may as well be carved in cement.

We won't talk about my house. I don't think a cleaning guru could fix it.