Fave Reads This YearNovember 19, 20120 CommentsBlog I’ve never been much of a blogger but with the launch of my new website and with so many new projects this year I’ve decided to give it a try. Of course being the introvert writer I am, I may forget when I get caught up in the middle of deadlines and life! This year life has definitely been a whirlwind. I’ve written five new books, a short story, and 2 novellas, and self-published six of my previously released titles. In between that, I welcomed two new grandbabies to the mix, struggled with back pain and just underwent surgery, then completed edits for my upcoming romantic suspense thriller DYING TO TELL while lying on my back recuperating! Now as Thanksgiving approaches, I’m thinking of the holidays and family and of course hoping to get time for some relaxation (doubtful) and pleasure reading (hopeful). Some of my favorite reads this year: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn Dark Places by Gillian Flynn Hidden By Kendra Elliot She Can Run by Melinda Leigh Words by Ginny Yttrup Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman Saving Max by Antoinette Van Heugten The Murderer’s Daughter by Randy Susan Meyers June Bug by Chris Fabry Christmas on Mimosa Lane by Anna DeStefano Happy Reading! Rita ann destefanoantoinette van heugtenback painbeth hoffmanbloggerchris fabrychristmas on minosa lanedark placesdeadlinesgillian flynnginny yttrupgone girlgrandbabieshiddenholidays familyjune bugkendra elliotmelinda leighnovellaspleasureprevious released titlesrandy susa meyersrecuperatingrelaxationromantic suspensesaving ceecee honeycuttsaving maxself publishedshe can runsurgerythanksgivingthe murderer's daughterthrillerwebsitewhirlwindwordswritten Share This Tweet Share Share Email Related Posts From Kindle Love Stories: First Blush – Worth Dying For by Rita Herron On Writing Summer is Here Kindle Love Stories Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Please enter an answer in digits:eleven − three = Yes, add me to your mailing list Comment Current ye@r * Leave this field empty This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.