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  • I love mysteries too but have opted out because I don’t need a guy being the brains….even if he’s handsome. I just found a new writer (I thought she was just new to me but she really is new to being published) Rennie Loraine and her Moon over America series. I read the 11st: Moon Over St.Augustine and LOVED it. Went on to Moon Over Old Hollywood and it’s even better! There’s one more Moon Over The Poconos but I don’t have that one yet.
    p.s. I LOVE your books too.

  • Because you asked what books I like to read from your newsletter, I thought I’d recommend a few good ones I’ve read recently:

    Honey Butter Pig Bread by Francesca Ekwuyasi
    A complex story involving twins — one lesbian, one straight — and a terrible event that took place during their childhood that impacted their relationship and lives as adults. Lots of emphasis on delicious food and moody in-between moments.

    The Resisters by Gish Jen
    A sci-fi dystopian that has replaced (upgraded?) the idea of “Big Brother” with “Aunt Nettie” who monitors everyone and everything. The class division between the Haves and Have Nots, while appearing “ethnicity based,” is more complicated and cosmetic. Baseball is where the drama of resistance takes place.

    Bloomsbury Girls by Natalie Jenner
    A book that examines the lives of three women with three very different lives in a bookstore in Bloomsbury between 1949-1950. The women stand at the middle of the 20th century looking forward, struggling against the confines and expectations of the past.

    One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banjeree Divakaruni
    A group of strangers find themselves in a life-or-death situation. When their salvation is questionable, they gather round and tell their stories about “one amazing thing” that happened in their lives.

    The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
    It’s the book that everyone else was reading and it’s as good as everyone says it is! Hollywood bombshell, Evelyn Hugo tells all to an unknown journalist who finds out that her seven husbands aren’t as nearly as notable as her WIFE.

    Waiting for You by Anne Hagan
    I read this charming short story earlier this year and left a very nice review for it! I loved your short story taking place in a diner (as I have a fondness for diner food myself) and my only real complaint was that I wish it had been expanded on in a novella because there were a lot of good elements in there that would’ve been fun to read more about (like expanding on that crazy ex? Who doesn’t love a sensational backstory!)

    Hope you’re doing well, and love to read more from you in the future!

  • Queen is a fun read. I especially enjoyed the Tonya/Abigail chapters.

    I too was a UA in my national guard days 1974-77. Lots of memories and “What was I Thinking” moments.

    Thx for a fun read. Keep up the good work!

  • I like an assortment of books. I have every one of:
    Gerri hill
    Karin Kallmaker
    Danielle granger
    Anna stone
    Marianne k. Martin
    Ali vali
    Cari hunter
    Plus I have your to free ones as your a new author to me. I definitely liked them and will be reading more.

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