I'm feeling very pleased with myself. I've gotten some reading done, and even though I added a few titles to my TBR pile since the last time I posted on March 15th, I'm feeling better about it.
Since my last post, I've reviewed 13 titles, and 4 more sit on my desk awaiting for me to write the reviews.
The books I've read since March 15th appear in bold.
My TBR Pile
Cabal of the Westford Knight by David S. Brody Reunion by Therese Fowler Rose of the Adriatic by K.M. Daughters The Last Child by John Hart American Lion by Jon Meacham Fear the Worst by Linwood Barclay Undone by Karin Slaughter Shadow of Betrayal by Brett Battles The Spies of Warsaw by Alan Faust
The Target by J.P. Hauptman Prairie Tale by Melissa Gilbert Wench by Dolen Perkins-Valdez ****
Melinda and the Wild West by Linda Weaver-Clarke The Case of the Mystified M.D. by A. K. Arenz Daughter of Liberty by J.M. Hochstetler Native Son by J.M. Hochstetler Exiles on Main Street by Lisa Kleinholz Asking for Murder by Roberta Isleib DeadMistress by Carole Shmurak Mother's Day Murder by Leslie Meier
Write from the Heart by Leslea Newman Promises, Promises by Amber Miller **** Deceptive Promises by Amber Miller * Copper and Candles by Amber Miller Escape in Passion by Shiela Stewart Mercy in Passion by Shiela Stewart The Strand Prophecy by J.B.B. Winner The Judge Who Stole Christmas by Randy Singer Forever Christmas by Christine Lynxwiler
The Saphire Flute, Book One: The Wolfchild Saga by Karen E. Hoover (TC&TBC) Rocky Bluff P.D. series by F.M. Meredith: Bad Tidings, Final Respects, Fringe Benefits Deputy Tempe Crabtree series by Marilyn Meredith: Deadly Trail, Deadly Omen, Intervention, Unequally Yoked, Wing Beat, Calling the Dead Murder on the Low Down by Pamela Samuels Young Preaching to the Corpse by Roberta Isleib Silenced Cry: A Sam Harper Mystery by Marta Stephens Wishin' and Hopin' by Wally Lamb Set Apart: A 6-week Study of the Beatitudes by Jennifer Kennedy Dean
...And Night Falls by Tommie Lyn Main Street: Tis' the Season by Ann M. Martin (TC&TBC) Rhett Butler's People by Donald McCaig A Very Dangerous Woman: Martha Wright and Women's Rights by Sherry H. Penny & James D. Livingston Rock Stars: The Rise, Fall, and Rise of 80's Glam Frontmen into Pop Culture by David S. Grant (**) **** Capturing Karma by K.M. Daughters Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C. Maze Chasing Lincoln's Killer by James Swanson Murder in Baker Company by Cilla McCain
41 Things to Know about Autism by Chantal Sicile-Kira (TBC & TC&TBC) The Lightkeeper's Daughter: A Mercy Falls Novel by Colleen Coble (Amazon Vine) An Axe to Grind by F.M. Meredith Axe of Iron: Confrontation by J.A. Hunsinger Straight Talk for Teenage Girls by Annette Fuson The Power of Your Child's Imagination by Charlotte Reznick, PhD ** The Raindrop by Brian D. McClure (TC&TBC) ** Animals Go by Emily Bolam (TC&TBC) Animals Talk by Emily Bolam (TC&TBC) This Little Piggy and other favorite action rhymes illustrated by Hannah Wood (TC&TBC) Are You Ready for Bed? by Jane Johnson (TC&TBC) The Very Greedy Bug by Steve Smallman (TC&TBC) The Three Horrid Little Pigs by Liz Pichon (TC&TBC) The Bear with Sticky Paws Won't Go to Bed by Clara Vulliamy (TC&TBC) The Best Pet Ever by Victoria Roberts (TC&TBC) Once there was a house, a house that was a...Home by Alex T. Smith (TC&TBC) Bella: The Birthday Party by Mandy Stanley (TC&TBC) Bella: The Fairy Ball by Mandy Stanley (TC&TBC) The Three Dimensions of Character by Larry Brooks The Wildcat's Burden: Iskander Book Four by Chris Hoare
Newly added titles:
Faith and Finances: In God We Trust, A Journey to Financial Dependence by multiple authors ** The Way to Stillness by Anne Vincent & Gayle Alexander ** My Heart and Soul by Marilyn Randall ** The Christmas Pumpkin by Debbie Reece (TC&TBC) The Adventures of Joe-Joe Nut & Biscuit Bill: Case #1: The Great Pie Catastophe by Renee Hand (TC&TBC)****
Coming in the mail:
Secret Sisters by Tristi Pinkston
With all those additions and substractions, the TBR pile now stands at 61 with 1 more on the way. Amazing.
Stay tuned to The Book Connection because things are going to be busy around here, especially as we get closer to the release of my first children's picture book, Little Shepherd Boy.