This is the SheReads network book for September. I received a free copy of the book but all my opinions are my own.
Length: 278 pages
Setting: Worthy, a small town in Texas, present day Continue reading
Length: 400 pages
Setting: mostly around NYC, present day
Interest: It’s one of the She Reads network summer reads (check out the link to see other reviews of this book and the two other books chosen for the summer). As part of the She Reads network, I was provided a copy to review, but my opinion is my own. Continue reading
Length: 301 pages
Setting: Ocean City, New Jersey, 2012 (around the time Hurricane Sandy hit)
Interest: It was one of the spring picks for the She Reads blog network (so I got a review copy, but my opinions are all my own) Continue reading
Genre: historical fiction
Length: 352 pages
Setting: Dublin in 1919 to New York City to Alcatraz in 1937
Interest: It was selected as one of the She Reads books for the winter. You can see all the reviews for winter here. I was provided a review copy of the book as part of the She Reads network, but my review is completely my opinion. Continue reading
Just wanted to pass on the announcement that I am joining the She Reads Blog Network. If I can quote their about page:
We believe that Story is the shortest distance to the human heart. And for that reason we began the She Reads Book Club in September of 2009 in order to share the novels we love with the largest audience possible. Since then we have introduced dozens of novels to thousands of voracious readers. Our readers are smart and loyal and charming. We love them very much.
What that means for me is I will get some books to read on a regular basis to talk about with other members of the She Reads network. What that means for you, my readers, is more book reviews! In reality, you probably won’t notice much of a change, beyond providing a new reason I pick up certain books.
There are many great book bloggers out there. If you’re looking for more to follow, there are other bloggers in the network.