In the Stack

In The Stack

Once more, the “To Be Read” stack is growing. Last week, I listed new titles releasing in March, but it takes me a while to catch up to new books. The exception is Tina Radcliffe’s novel for Love Inspired called The Rancher’s Reunion. You can read my review of the book on Friday.

Right now, since they came from the library, my pile mostly includes novels that have been out for a while. I’ve almost finished Karen Witemeyer’s A Tailor-Made Bride. This is one I’ve been wanting to read for quite some time because it’s gotten such great reviews. I’ve enjoyed the sparring between J.T. and Hannah.

Next on the list is Maggie Brendan’s first book in the Heart of the West series, No Place For A Lady. I chose to reread the story because the second book, The Jewel Of His Heart, is also in the stack.

Then comes Lori Copeland’s Bluebonnet Belle. My favorite book by this author is Hope. It’s the laugh out loud adventure of a mail-order bride gone missing and the government agent who accidently (and none too happily) finds her. The blurb for Bluebonnet Belle appears to promise that this story will be packed with humor, too. 

Finally (for now), I’ll read the only contemporary in the stack, Family For Keeps by Margaret Daley. I’ve never read any of her books, but I’m hoping that after I’m done, I’ll have found someone new to add to my list of “must read” authors.

By the way, when you build your stack from the library, don’t let pride keep you from checking the large print section. Even if you are 20-something and have the eyesight to match your age, you may find books by your favorite authors released in large print form that aren’t on the “regular” shelves.

What Say You?

What’s in your reading stack that isn’t a new release (maybe three or more years old)? Where do you find your books—other than Amazon or brick and mortar book stores?

As an author of heartwarming historical and contemporary romance, Sandra Ardoin engages readers with page-turning stories of love and faith. Rarely out of reach of a book, she's also an armchair sports enthusiast, country music listener, and seldom says no to eating out.

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  • Edwina Cowgill

    Sandi, I don’t know if I have any books that are 3 years old – but I do have 30 novels and about 17 nonfictions – on writing, health etc., that I need to read. I have put a moratorium on entering contests and buying books. 🙂

  • Heidi Chiavaroli

    It seems like I’m never going to catch up with my pile! “The Last Sin Eater” by Francine Rivers is on my list, along with “Watching the Tree Limbs” by Mary DeMuth, and I just started a trilogy by Bodie and Brock Thoene that I am loving. It’s called “The Shiloh Legacy Series” and the first book was published in 1992. There simply isn’t enough time! Thanks Sandy!

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