Book Club Mom’s January recap

Hi Everyone! In case you missed anything, here’s a quick rundown of January’s posts:

Book Reviews:

A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles – Oh my gosh, what a great book. Check out my 5-star review here.

The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins – a long book, but totally worth the effort. Read my review here.

You by Caroline Kepnes – addictive reading and a great show. Just finished watching Season 1 – it was fun comparing the book and the show. See my review here.


Author Updates:

Mary Rowen announced a fresh and beautiful new look to Leaving the Beach. Check it out here.

David Meredith shared news of the new audiobook version of his award-winning book, The Reflections of Queen Snow White. Find out more here.


Who’s That Indie Author:

Ritu Bhathal – author of new book, Marriage Unarranged, in her self-described genre, Chickpea Curry Lit – Chick Lit with an Indian Twist! Meet Ritu here.

Matthew Williams – author of memoirs and writer of poetry: Something Changed: Stumbling Through Divorce, Dating and Depression; A Familiar Stranger. Visit Matthew’s post here.


What’s That Book:

Author and blogging friend Tammie Painter shared her thoughts about A Prisoner of Birth by Jeffrey Archer. Read her review here.


Miscellaneous Posts:

Youngblood Hawke by Herman Wouk – still my favorite!

New York Public Library’s Top 10 Checkouts of All Time

Books about neighbors – stay away from that window!

On blogging and menu pages

On YouTube today – outrageous socks and a great book


Hope you had a great month. Here’s to more great books in February!

Thanks for visiting – come back soon!

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