Monday, December 30, 2013

Sadly, It's been a Slow Year by Jacqueline Luckett


My reading list is very different from years past. Typically, it’s filled with fiction and a sprinkle of non-fiction books—all hardback and paperback.

Three things changed this year: I focused on books on writing craft, I read several books on my Ipad, and, since I spent a lot of time, in my car I “read” audio books (unabridged versions).

Here’s a sampling. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Audio Books
Chitra Banerjee divurakuni
The Palace of Illusion

Isabelle Allende
Island Beneath the Sea

Walter Mosley
The Fortunate Son

Dennis Lehane
Moonlight Mile


Hardback/Paperback
Harlen Coben
Live Wire

Luis Alberto Urrea
The Hummingbird’s Daughter

Ebooks
S.J. Watson
Before I Go to Sleep

Matthew Quick
Silver Linings Playbook

Jacqueline Luckett is the author of two novels: Passing Love and Searching for Tina Turner. She's currently working on her third novel, and though she resists sharing both the topic and the title, she admits that it will be as much fun as her first two books.

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