Late Summer Book Pile

It’s been a while since I shared the books in my stack. I read as much as possible. I always have a physical book, an eBook, and an audible book ready at all times. My list here contains the physical books in my book pile.

The first one is Forever Lately by Linore Rose Burkard. It is a Regency time travel romance. Looking forward to this fun read. Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards caught my attention because of the Scotland setting and the mystery element. I’m hoping for great entertainment.

I’ve heard great things about Sarah Monzon’s novels. I chose Molly to get me started in this contemporary series. I love the fun cover. Then, back to the past with The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin. 1939 as London prepares for war the power of storytelling prevails.

I started the True Colors Historical Stories of American Crime recently. The Pink Bonnet by Liz Tolsma is the second installment. I’m ready to be scared. Mistaken Target by Tina Ann Middleton is a contemporary murder mystery with suspense and love mixed with hope.

I’m so excited about Volume II of the Ghosts of Culloden Moor by L.L. Muir. It is the story of three of the brave warriors as they obtain a chance to live again. And the last one for the summer is Maylie’s Luck of the Irish by M. L. Tarpley. This is book two of the Tales of the Travel Girl.

What are you reading or what does your stack look like?

Late Summer TBR List

IMG_7265So excited about the next books I’m going to read. When I share my To Be Read list, it only includes print copies that I physically stack on my book shelf. I also tackle eBooks and Audible editions. Take a look at what I have picked out for August and September.

The House at the End of the Moor by Michelle Griep takes the reader to 1861 to the moors of Dartmoor, England where life is rough and lonesome. I’m loving the Jane Eyre-like  feel. My daughter gave me the first book of The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer. I’m enjoying the new twist on fairy tales! Thanks, Katie!

Lady Airell’s Choice by Rachel Skatvold sweeps the reader to the 12th century for a medieval romance. Always a draw for me.  Then, I’m back to a novel by Syrie James, The Missing Manuscript of Jane Austen. I loved the first one, The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen, so I’m sure this one will be awesome.

A new author to me, Marisa Dillon, has a novella, The Lady of the Garter, set in 1486 England during the reign of Henry VII.  Sunset in Old Savannah by Mary Ellis is a must after I read her first one in the Secrets of the South Mysteries. This is a contemporary detective kind of novel.

Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments doesn’t fit in with what I usually read. But I am curious after I read The Handmaid’s Tale. I’m prepared to be disturbed.  I found The Marquis’ Secret (1877) by George MacDonald on a giveaway shelf. I studied the author’s work in graduate school and decided I have to add this to my studies.

Finally, I’ve another novel by Roseanna White, On Wings of Devotion, 1918 England, to read. She is always a delight. And my last selection is Waverly by Sir Walter Scott, published in 1814, is suggested in books that I read about that period. The characters are reading this novel so I’m joining them.

There is my list! Whew! What are you reading? Do any of these sound interesting?