Winter Reading is the Best!
There’s nothing more relaxing that curling up in front of a cozy fire with a cup of hot chocolate (or tea or coffee) in one hand and a good book in the other.
I have a stack of books set for winter reading. Some are being read in conjunction with my duties as a tour host for Goddess Fish Promotions.
Another batch come courtesy of volunteering to be a judge for Romance Writer’s of America (RWA) and their annual RITA contest.
However, the ones I enjoy most are hand-picked by me for the sheer enjoyment of reading. Here are a few of my choices for the winter months:
Click on the individual book covers to find out more about each great read!
Of course reading is only a part of my plan for the winter months. I’ve also got to fight the drab doldrums and write. Here’s what’s coming up from me …
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Waking Up in Oz – Set in 1975. A vintage re-telling of The Wizard of Oz.
Following a devastating tornado, attorney Dorothy Gail Farmer finds herself stranded in Oswald, Kansas and surrounded by a town full of Wizard devotees. Can she muddle her way through business dealings with the wicked land baroness, Evelyn Witcher? Or, guard her heart from a sexy storm chaser nicknamed ‘The Wizard’?
Part of the new “Stranded” series from The Wild Rose Press’ historical line, Waking Up in Oz is a comical look at just how far some people can take an obsession.
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Her Secret Santa Surprise – Set in 1965, this book is a sequel to last year’s Halloween-themed book, Bewitched. A cross between a holiday story and my all-time favorite television rom-com, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, it’s about finding romance in the newsroom.
Scheduled for release in time for the 2018 holiday season. From The Wild Rose Press.