My first book of 2019 is Hard Cider, by Barbara Stark-Nemon. What’s yours?My first book of 2019 is Hard Cider, by Barbara Stark-Nemon. What’s yours? Jamie #questionnaire
The Last Romantics- Tara Conklin ???
@Alana loved it!
Target Alex Cross
@Jennifer it was so good enjoy
Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
I liked this one!
I loved it. Since my copy was from the library, I want to buy it for my own to read again later. I rarely reread but I will this one!
We Were The Lucky Ones, i had good intentions to finish it but my kiddos and i watched movies last night.
It is in my stack!
I always reread The Harry Potter Series by J.K Rowling to start off the new year of reading and I’m listening to an Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir then onto an audio mystery
Lost in Transplantation by @Eldonna. I’ve been reading all day and love it. ?
I have this one, I just haven’t read it yet. I definitely will soon.
I started The Dinner List last night
I really liked this one!
@Jamie I got most of my late grandmothers Danielle Steele books
Mine was The Tattooist of Auschwitz. I just finished it too.
@Mandy I just finished that on New Years Eve.
@Mandy interesting. Was it a great book?
@Linda I really really enjoyed it. It’s based off of true events and real people and the afterward is written by his son.
Arrowood by @Laura ?
Little fires everywhere
Sold on a Monday
I need to get this book
Blind Kiss by Renee Carlino ?
Look Alive Twenty-five
Where the crawdads sing
A Map of Days
The Paris Wedding by Charlotte Nash
Today I downloaded from the library: A Spark of
Light by Jodi Picoult and Educated by Tara Westover.
Watching You by Lisa Jewell
You’re still the one. 4 books in one, with Cathy Lamb being one of the authors.
I reread persuasion by Jane Austen every year. Once a year
Bob Woodward’s Fear.
The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn
I have this and I want to read it. My TBR is ridiculous.
The Cottingley secret by Hazel Gaynor
Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty
One of my absolute favorite authors! I loved that book. It’s a departure from her usual style but I completely enjoyed the change
My hold on this one came in, picking it up today!
Just finished Look Alive 25
The Lumberjack’s Dove
Where the crawdads sing
See Me by Nicholas Sparks
I couldn’t finish The Friend by Teresa Driscoll which I was reading on 31st, I finished it today on 2nd. First book I’m starting in 2019 is 14 by JT Ellison.
An ARC of Before She Was Found by @Heather?
Small Things by Joe DeRouen
This Side of the Sky by Elyse Singleton. Today I am reading Under the Mercy Trees by Heather Newton.
The Late Bloomers Club. ???
The Life We Bury!
I just finished The Address and and The Distance Home, both really good!
I loved the Address.
Final Shadows by Kay Hooper.
The Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean Pendizwol – so good.
The glass castle and i finished it already! Loved it
It floors me what parents do to their children–so into themselves and not the kids.
@Sally it was truly unbelievable!!
Spilled milk and already finished it.
The Lost Girls of Paris.
Still Life. By Christa Parrish
Plain Missing by Emma Miller.
The Other Woman
P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han
The Glass Castle
@Pam excellent book!
The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin (after I saw the movie!)
@Karen be sure to try his other books too. I stumbled onto them last year and he’s a wonderful author. Have since read many and most were 5⭐️.
@Terri thank you! I will check them out.
The Perfume Collector
Really liked that book. My friend’s daughter found it in a thrift shop and we decided to read it for our book club. Interesting story line.
My Favorite Half Night Stand by Christina Lauren. Starting the year off with a fun one!
Less, by Andrew Sean Greer
A Column of FIre Ken Follett
Not Her Daughter by @Rea. Totally unsettling!
Loved that book!
I loved this book! I need this author to release her next book ASAP!
“Winter Story,” by Richard Paul Evans.
Where the Crawdads Sing 🙂
No 1 Ladies Detective Agency
Finishing up Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty.
Kingdom of the Blind by Louise Penny.
Finished without Merit yesterday and started This is where it ends. I need to get through my TBR pile on the shelf! They’ve been there to long!
I’m doing the same thing this year … only reading books that I already have and/or that are already on my Goodreads Want-to-Read shelf. I’m not adding or buying any more. or at least that is my plan.
Calling Me Home by @Julie
True Places by @Sonja. As a mom of teen girls, I’m loving it!
As in, “at least they aren’t like Brynn!”?
@Sonja As in one of them is like Brynn some of the times and now I know I’m not alone in pulling my hair out 😉
Texas Ranger by James Patterson
Let Me Lie
I finished Target Alex Cross by James Patterson. A terrifying book as to what would happen if someone tried to destroy America by killing its top leaders.
“The Girl They Left Behind” by Roxanne Veletzos. It’s wonderful & based on a real life.
Transcription by Kate @Atkinson
The Bells of ST Mary’s
The Wife Between Us
There There by Tommy Orange
Cat on the Scent by Rita Mae Brown.
Before We We’re Yours by @Lisa
Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver…but I ‘m not getting good vibes from reviews. However, we chose it for our February book club read so I have to give it a try.
Hard Hitter by Sarina Bowen
The Complete Short Stories of Mark Twain.
year One by Nora Roberts
Be Frank With Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson.
To Kill a Mockingbird- always the first book of my year.
@Linda loved that book!
@Linda i just read this.
Ha’Penny Schemes Gemma Jackson
Harry’s Trees by Jon Cohen
Widow Walk by Gar LaSalle. Since moving to the Seattle area, I’ve become slightly obsessed with reading about the area.
Have you read Folly by Laurie King?
It’s a good one and set in the area. Did you read Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford? Firefly Lane by Kristen Hannah? The Boys in the Boat by Daniel Brown? I haven’t read them all but the JP Beaumont series by JA Jance is set in Seattle. I live in the area too and have read books set in this area. Kristen Hannah, Jamie Ford, Garth Stein, Jim Lynch to name a few have written about this area. One of my favorites is Kathleen Flinn. She writes about cooking (I am not a great cook, haha) but also includes stories about the area and people that live there. The Kitchen Counter Cooking School was one of my favorites by her. Just heard about another book, Blackberry Winter by Sarah Jio. I added that one to my TBR list.
Would love some suggestions from you too!
@Ellen all great suggetions. Some I’ve read. If you like post-apocalyptic give the series of 3 novels by MP McDonald a try. They were all set in this area.
never let me fall by abbie roads
The clan of the cave bear♥️♥️♥️
Candice Fox and James Patterson “Liar Liar”
Winter Garden by Kristen Hannah is my current read although finished up a few Christmas books starting my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge.
Becoming by Michelle Obama
I just finished this last night. What a woman. There was so much that I did not know about her work.
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. I have wanted to read it forever!
One of my favorites!
@Charlotte , I have started it so many times, just can’t get into it.
Just starting it!
Listened to the audiobook before Christmas. Loved it, and loved hearing Michelle Obama’s story in her own voice.
I have the audiobook too! Love that she is the narrator!
I’m looking forward to reading Becoming.
Becoming by Michelle Obama. I started it in 2018 but haven’t finished it.
Becoming by Michelle Obama.
Didn’t vote for him but I do admire many of her accomplishments.
All in all, a good book.
@Debra Becoming is on my to-read list.
Dopesick by Beth Macy
A Different Kind of Normal by Cathy Lamb