Happy New Year! We’re starting this year with a new review, my first since February of last year. Yikes! Coincidentally, it’s the sequel to the last book I reviewed, a novel by Christa Yelich-Koth.
I plan to continue doing reviews as I find the time, but not as many as I did back in 2014. I about exhausted myself! I resolve to read more this year, and I will share what I read with you, whether it’s from self-published authors, recently published works from established authors, or old works that I may have found and want to share with you.
I hope you find a lot of joy in 2017. I wish you good fortune, and happy reading!
(Updated January 1, 2017)
January 9 – Identity by Christa Yelich-Koth
August 25 – Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
February 16 – The Protected by Brooke-Lauren Montgomery
February 2 – The Dreamt Child by Yvonne Hertzberger
January 19 – Quarter Past Midnight by C.J. Asher
January 16 – 41: A Portrait of My Father by George W. Bush
January 7 – Ensnared by A. G. Howard
November 3 – Through Kestrel’s Eyes by Yvonne Hertzberger
October 6 – Dark the Night Descending by Jennifer Bresnick
August 18 – Back From Chaos by Yvonne Hertzberger
August 4 – Find My Baby by Mitch Lavender
June 7 – The Ship by Allan Krummenacker
March 17 – The Trinity by Daelynn Quinn
March 3 – Hat Dance by Carmen Amato
February 17 – Solid Rock by Sam Quentin
February 3 – The Woman Who Sparked the Greatest Sex Scandal of All Time by Eli Yaakunah
January 20 – Crimson Return by Daelynn Quinn
January 6 – The Birth of Vengeance by Paul Ross
December 11 – Firstborn by Ryan Attard
December 2 – Rogue Hunter: Dark Space by Kevis Hendrickson
November 18 – Marsh Island by Oliver F. Chase
November 1 – Lucky Sevens by Cynthia Vespia
November 1 – Golf Made Easy: by Jeffery W. Kern (Non-fiction);
October – My Not-So-Ordinary Life by Christine Rice (Non-fiction)
September – Fall of Venus by Daelynn Quinn
August – Minutes Before Sunset by Shannon A. Thompson
July – Winter Howl by Aurelia T. Evans.
June – The Last Death of Tev Chrisini by Jennifer Bresnick.
May – The Bridge by Allan Krummenacker