Video Book Chat: The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks Check out The Notebook Author’s Website: nicholassparks.com (You should seriously check out the author’s page. It has a story for the inspiration of The Notebook that, though only a few paragraphs long, has me wiping tears right now.) A beautiful
Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris Check out Behind Closed Doors I found myself frustrated in the beginning, intrigued throughout the middle, and satisfied by the end.
Book Chat: All The Good Parts by Loretta Nyhan Check out All The Good Parts Author Website: lorettanyhan.com Incredibly real. Sometimes I wanted to tell these characters off. Sometimes I wanted to give them a hug. Sometimes I just shook my head. Then I’d laugh. Next, I’d tear up.
Book Chat: Then She Danced by Janice Godin Check out Then She Danced Author’s Website: janice.godin.com A delightful story full of the beauty of Newfoundland’s landscape and one woman’s soul.
Book Chat: Tracks by Robyn Davidson Check out Tracks by Robyn Davidson This book was disturbing and honest. Inspirational and thought-provoking. The book, like her journey, had a slow start, but once the trek truly began, it was captivating.
Book Chat: Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane Moriarty Check out Truly, Madly, Guilty Author’s Website: lianemoriarty.com An exploration of family, friendship, parenthood and the complexities of sexual relationships.
Book Chat: Killer Me by Candace Osmond Check out Killer Me Author’s Website: authorcandaceosmond.com Compelling characters and very visual. It felt like a movie – I could totally see a blockbuster film based on this book.
Book Chat: Not My Daughter by Barbara Delinsky Check out Not My Daughter Author’s Website: barbaradelinsky.com A highly interesting premise … though I kind of felt it fell flat. That could just be me, though, and if the premise interests you, it may be worth a try!
Book Chat: Invisible City by Julia Dahl Check out Invisible City A fascinating aspect of a culture’s affects on its community members, the bonds of family, and the consequences of abandonment. Author’s Website: juliadahl.com
Book Chat: 11/22/63 by Stephen King Check out 11/22/63 A journey through the obdurate past, complete with conspiracy, heroism, pure love and dancing. Oh, the dancing! This book is one I’ll think about again, already I want to revisit some of the characters and scenarios. An incredible