Welcome back, reader friends! I hope you are enjoying your weekend. There’s one more week to enter the giveaway for 5 print books of various genres. More information and entry at the end of this post. Also, a 2nd question added for those of you who commented last week and told me your favorite color. Blue definitely won out!
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This week’s giveaway includes print copies of Aiming for Love by Mary Connealy, Reason to Breath by Deborah Raney, Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock, You Belong With Me by Tari Faris, and King’s Shadow by Angela Hunt. Open to US addresses only. Giveaway ends midnight EST, 1/31/2020.
Rachel Taylor says
My favorites are Dee Henderson (O’Malley Series), Will Farley (The Black Stallion), Alicia Willis, Louis L’Amour, Sergei Kourdakov, and anything about Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.
Abigail Harris says
I have read and read and reread Chautona Havig’s books many many times.
I’m so happy for the giveaway
I love Dandelion Dust by Faith Potts and
Sarah Holman is one of my favorite authors!
Perrianne Askew says
I typically do not re-read books but I would be tempted to listen to an audio book as a re-read. I have several favorite authors including but not limited to Jaime Jo Wright, Michelle Griep, Rachel Fordham, Abigail Wilson…and the list goes on.
Yup, Scarlet Feather by Maeve Binchy and The Cubicle Next Door by Siri Mitchell are two I reread almost every year.
Alicia Haney says
Lots of awesome books! Thank you for the chance.
Alicia Haney says
I love The Clan of the Cavebear and the series.
I don’t tend to re-read books, mostly because of the time factor. They are just so many other books to read!
I do have a keeper shelf of authors that I love, and would re-read if I ever found the time=)
Some of those authors are Laura Frantz, Tamara Alexander, Charles Martin, Becky Wade and a few others.
Caryl Kane says
I don’t re-read fiction. Too many other adventures are calling.