Blogging Reprieve

I no longer have the time to keep up 2 separate blogs! If you'd like to see what I'm up to -- please visit me over on my other blog:

Some of My Favorite Books

Happy Blogging!


My Favorite Cover

This week I've chosen:

Love Finds You
in Pendleton Oregon
by Melody Carlson

Release date:
March 1, 2010

Summerside Press
Pages: 320

Sunshine Westcott's past is buried on Oregon's Cayuse reservation, where she's never stepped foot---until her boss, Leanne Lowenstein, insists on taking her to the annual rock-and-rodeo Pendleton roundup. Does the town hold the answers to Sunshine's family secrets? And what will happen when cowboy-to-the-core Max Lowenstein falls for Sunshine, the Native American princess?

I also found another cover for this book...which one do you prefer?

Friday Fill-Ins

(compliments of Janet @ Friday Fill-Ins) we go!


1. Wait! Wait, don't forget to kiss me good-night!
2. I can't wait to snuggle in my bed followed at once by blissful sleep.
3. The trouble is, there's just not enough time in a day to read and blog to my heart's content.
4. All of my blogger/PBS friends live so many miles away.
5. With a faint pop, I readjusted my sore/aching back.
6. The woods, at night, behind my house are shadowy and ominous.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to SLEEPING, tomorrow my plans include watching the UGA vs. GA Tech football game and Sunday, I want to put up my Christmas tree & decorations!

Can ya tell that I'm about dead on my feet (chair)?? DH and I got up around 2:00 a.m. to take advantage of the Black Friday deals (I only slept for about 1 hour). We decided to go to Columbus, GA, which is 30-35 miles south of LaGrange. We were at Sears at 3:50 a.m.! We got back home a little after 11:00 a.m. We both ended up napping, but not very long. I'm about to fall out of my I'm off to bed. No idea when I'll be up, but I plan to sleep as long as possible!! Y'all have a great weekend! :)


Winners!! Winners!! Winners!!

First of all, let me apologize for the delay in posting the winners of my Blog Giveaway. I'm so sorry! I listed my dates wrong...I wanted the winners to be posted on Thanksgiving Day, but put Nov. 25th instead. Most everyone's comments were posted before the deadline (I included Emma ~ due to my error) it all worked out...y'all just had to wait an extra day!! Sorry!

All the winners have 72 hours (I gave an extra day for Thanksgiving...since folks are usually busy and/or traveling!) to respond with snail mail addresses...otherwise, another winner will be chosen! I have already emailed the hurry and email me back with your info. :) are the winners:





Ashley W.


Thanksgiving Greetings!!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Have a safe and happy holiday!


Waiting on Wednesday

(Compliments of Jill @ Breaking the Spine)
It allows bloggers to feature pre-publication
books that they are eagerly anticipating!

Driftwood Lane
(A Nantucket Love Story)
by Denise Hunter

Release Date:
July 6, 2010

Christian Fiction/

Thomas Nelson
Pages: 320

(from Amazon):

Meridith can handle anything: guardianship of three distant siblings, a dilapidated Bed-and-Breakfast, even an ever-present handyman who's dismantling more than her fireplace--or can she?

When the death of Meridith's estranged father leaves her with custody of three siblings she's never met, she reluctantly goes to Nantucket to care for them--but only until their uncle returns from his trip. Little does she know, the uncle is already there under the guise of her friendly handyman, with plans of his own.

Will the love that grows between them be strong enough to overcome the secrets that brought them both to Driftwood Lane?

If you haven't had the pleasure of reading any of Ms. Hunter's Nantucket Love don't know what you're missing! Click here to find out more about her other titles. Enjoy!

** If you'd like to read my review of Seaside Letters (book 3), just click the link. **


Mailbox Monday (on Tuesday...again!)

Thanks to Marcia @ The Printed Page, we get a chance to share
with others any books we've received the previous week,
via our mailbox.
Be sure to comment and leave a link to your Mailbox Monday post,
or just post your list in your comment.

Here's mine for Nov. 15 - Nov. 21:

* From BookMooch:

Wildest Dreams
by Janice Maynard,
Morgan Leigh & LuAnn McLane

The Setup (Hotel Marchand, Bk 2)
by Marie Ferrarella

The Unknown Woman (Hotel Marchand, Bk 3)
by Laurie Paige


* From SwapTree:

Patterns of Love (Coming to America, Bk 2)
by Robin Lee Hatcher


* Directly from the author:

If Only You Knew
by Mags Storey


* I purchased on eBay:

Love Finds You in North Pole Alaska
by Loree Lough

Love Finds You in Bethlehem New Hampshire
by Lauralee Bliss

Teaser Tuesdays

(Compliments of MizB @ Should Be Reading)

Here's what you're asked to do:
  1. Grab your current read.
  2. Let the book fall open to a random page.
  3. Share two teaser sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
  4. Share the title of the book that the “teaser” comes from ~ so people can find the book if they like the teaser.
  5. And remember – AVOID SPOILERS!!
Here's mine:

"'I'm taking you home now.' Then she turned and marched down
sidewalk toward Jack's house. But now she wasn't so sure.
What if this
wasn't Jack's dog?"

Page: 22

The Christmas Dog
by Melody Carlson

Christian Fiction/Contemporary

Revell Publishing
Copyright 2009
Pages: 172
ISBN: 9780800718817


Friday Fill-Ins (on Saturday)

(compliments of Janet @ Friday Fill-Ins) we go!


1. We need to get our nation back "under God".

2. I got an email from a PBS friend offering me 2 books from my Wishlist, and it made me smile, and squeal, and jump for joy!!

3. If you want to enter my Blog the link in my sidebar!!

4. I love my hubby more and more everyday because he is so sweet and spoils me! *wink*

5. Massachusetts has a proposed 5% sales tax on elective cosmetic surgery; I think that's nothing to concern myself with...since I live in GA.

6. Spending time with family and close friends makes for a happy holiday.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to starting on my books for the 2009 Holiday Reading Challenge, tomorrow my plans include continuing to read books for the challenge, and Sunday, I want to enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner with my family...mmm...can't wait for my Grandma's delicious Chicken & Dressing!!!!


Blog Giveaway *** You Choose the Book!!!

I said I was going to try to start giving away a book(s) at least once a month, and I've almost let November pass by w/o one!! I apologize for my negligence!

This month I'm doing something a little different...I'm going to let the lucky winner CHOOSE which book they want from a list I've complied. Aren't you curious? Wouldn't you like for me to get to the point already? LOL

Without further are the book choices:
(FYI: most of these books have been read but are in very good/excellent condition)

California Capers by Dana Mentink
(Christian Fiction/Mystery/Suspense)

The Yada Yada Prayer Group by Neta Jackson
(Christian Fiction/General/Contemporary)

The Forbidden by Beverly Lewis
(Christian Fiction/Romance/Amish)

A Love to Last Forever by Tracie Peterson
(Christian Fiction/Historical/Romance)

A Thousand Tomorrows by Karen Kingsbury
(Christian Fiction/Romance/Inspirational)

Talking to the Dead by Bonnie Grove

I've tried to offer a diversity of subjects/genres because I know everyone doesn't read the same types of books. I hope you'll find something you're interested in!!

Now for the Rules:

* You must leave a valid email address in your comment, so I can
contact you if you're the winner.
(Example: sugarandgrits{at}hotmail{dot}com)
This way spammers will be less likely to grab it.

* You must have a valid U.S. mailing address.

* At this time, the giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.

* The giveaway will start today, Nov.20th, and end on
Nov. 24th
at 11:59 p.m.(EST)
(Any/all entries entered after this time will not be eligible.)

* I will announce the winner here on Nov. 25th ~ you will also be contacted via email. You will then have 48 hours in which to respond with your snail mail address, or another winner will be chosen.

Now ~ on to the fun stuff ~ chances for extra entries!!
Please include all of your extra entries in ONE comment...this
will make it a lot easier for me to keep up with them!!
Thanks! =)

+1 = By becoming a new follower thru
Google Friend Connect, on the right sidebar

+2 = Let me know that you're already a follower

+3 = Tell me which book you're interested in.
(you can even tell me why...if you want to,
but that's not required!)

+5 = Post about my giveaway on your blog, or in your sidebar
(you can use my image above, just be sure to link back to me!)

Thank you so much for dropping by and participating!
GOOD LUCK to everyone!!

Waiting on Wednesday...

(Compliments of Jill @ Breaking the Spine)
It allows bloggers to feature pre-publication
books that they are eagerly anticipating!

Knock Me for a Loop
(Chicks with Sticks,
book 3)
by Heidi Betts


Release date:
February 2, 2010

St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages: 352

(from Heidi's website):

When it comes to relationships, talk show host Grace Fisher won’t stand for cheating—especially not from her fiancĂ©, star hockey goalie Zack Hoolihan. Her weekly knitting group backs her up when she calls it off, but it doesn’t entirely ease the sting of betrayal. She won’t listen to Zack’s indignant explanations of innocence—she just wants to tie up loose ends and move on. Until he winds up injured, that is, and she finds herself playing nursemaid…

Zack doesn’t know how that woman got into his hotel room, but he does know losing Grace has put him so far off his game, he ended up with a busted knee and a broken heart. If things aren’t mended fast, he’ll miss the playoffs, miss his girl, and lose everything. But if Grace is willing to push him into physical therapy, maybe he can pull her back into his arms—before their truce unravels. This time, he’ll do everything it takes to knit their relationship back together…

This is an awesome series!!
The first 2 books in Chicks with Sticks are:

Tangled Up in Love
Loves Me, Loves Me Knot


Honest Scrap Blog Award!!

I would like to thank Hannah @ Project Journal for presenting
me with this awesome award...I am honored!!

Since I've received this award, I have to now tell you 10 honest
things about myself, as well as, pass the award along to
10 more bloggers of my choice.

Here are 10 honest things about me:

1. I have little or no patience for disobedient children...they drive me insane! (guess that's why the Lord chose not to give me any??) :)
2. I would love to open my very own bookstore.
3. Thunderstorms, tornadoes/hurricanes scare me to death!
4. I am a huge procrastinator!
5. I have a bad habit of being late (or almost late)...see #4. LOL
6. My "new" favorite ice cream is Edy's Drumstick...yum! I'm out right now, and craving it something awful! :(
7. I'm very stubborn/hard-headed.
8. I cried when I turned 30.
9. I don't make friends anyway...y'all were easy to become friends with!
10. I love Japanese food!

Now for the 10 bloggers I'm passing this award on to:
(most of y'all have already gotten it, so I'll send it to some who haven't)

1. Praying Mom @ What You Reading Now?
2. Colletta @ Colletta's Kitchen Sink
3. Jennifer @
4. Nely @ All About {n}
5. MJ @ Creative Madness
6. Rae @ Caffeine & Romance
7. Katy @ A Few More Pages
8. Ashley @ After All...Tomorrow is another day
9. Brande @ Book Junkie
10. Sharon @ A Bookworm's Blog

*** I've received this award on both of my blogs, so the same post
is on each blog. I know, that's just lazy...sorry!***

Teaser Tuesday

(Compliments of MizB @ Should Be Reading)

Here's what you're asked to do:
  1. Grab your current read.
  2. Let the book fall open to a random page.
  3. Share two teaser sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
  4. Share the title of the book that the “teaser” comes from ~ so people can find the book if they like the teaser.
  5. And remember – AVOID SPOILERS!!
Here's mine:

"You won't be depriving me of anything. You see how this parish is destined to grow. Soon, I'll be a wealthy old vicar with more income than I know what to do with - except, of course, I know very well what to do with it."

Page: 82

A Bride of Honor
by Ruth Axtell Morren
Christian Fiction/Historical/Romance
Pages: 393
Steeple Hill Books
ISBN: 9780373786503

Mailbox Monday (on Tuesday)

Thanks to Marcia @ The Printed Page, we get a chance to share
with others any books we've received the previous week,
via our mailbox.
Be sure to comment and leave a link to your Mailbox Monday post,
or just post your list in your comment.

Here's mine for Nov. 8 - Nov. 14:

Till Morning is Nigh by Leisha Kelly
(I bought at BAMM to finish the series)

A Measure of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling
(for review ~ compliments of Bethany House)

Ruby Among Us by Tina Ann Forkner
(from SwapTree)

Too Hot to Handle by Robin Kaye
(from PBS)

It Happened One Night by Lisa Dale (ARC)
(from BookMooch)

I apologize for not being around very much lately.
It's only going to get worse as we draw nearer
to Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I have so many different family functions, and Christmas
shopping to do, that I'm not home as much during these
two wonderful holidays... so I'm apologizing in advance!


My very FIRST Reading Challenge

I have been seeing Reading Challenges everywhere, but couldn't decide which one to choose as my very FIRST one to participate in. Well...I just found it while visiting MJ @ Creative Madness! Woo-Hoo!!

Here it is:

Challenge Requirements:

1- Challenge will start Friday, November 20 and will end Thursday, December 31.

2- You can read anywhere from 1 to 5 books for the challenge and, of course, if you're like me, you are more than welcome to surpass that number.

3- And now, here's the clincher... they must be holiday related books. That's right, the holiday doesn't really matter, but it would be more "jolly" if your choices were Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.

4- The size of the book does not matter, nor does the genre. It is also okay for the book to overlap with other challenges. The only thing I ask is that they are not children's books. YA is okay. And so are re-reads. I for one tend to read the same books every Christmas - they are tradition.

5- To sign up - leave a link back to your challenge post (click link). There will also be a post for review links as well as one for challenge wrap-ups.

6- And.... there will be goodies. That's right, we'll call them presents. At the end of every week that the challenge is running I will choose one winner from the review links and I will allow them to pick a book of their choosing (of course, I will provide a list). Meaning the more books you read, review and link up, the more chances you have at winning a "present".

Here's a tentative list of books I hope to read
during the challenge:
(In no particular order ~ I may not read ALL of these,
but this is the list I will be choosing from)

Struckthrough = I've read

* The Christmas Dog by Melody Carlson (reviewing for Revell)
(my review)
* The Unfinished Gift by Dan Walsh (reviewing for Revell)
(my review)
* Santa, Honey by Kate Angell, Sandra Hill & Joy Nash (my review)
* Christmas Homecoming by Debby Mayne, Paige Winship Dooly,
Elizabeth Godard & Elizabeth Ludwig
* The Sound of Sleigh Bells by Cindy Woodsmall
* Wild West Christmas by Kathleen Y'Barbo, Lena Nelson
Dooley, Darlene Franklin & Vickie McDonough
(my review)
* One ImPerfect Christmas by Myra Johnson
* It Happened One Night by Lisa Dale (ARC version)
*A Cowboy Christmas by Janette Kenny

I'm so excited...I can't wait to get started! I've already noted the starting date on my calendar, so I won't forget (like that's possible!). If you enjoy reading Holiday-themed books, be sure to sign up to join in the fun. I hope to be reading your reviews soon! :)


Fools Rush In by Janice Thompson

Please visit my Book Review blog,
~Some of My Favorite Books~,
to read my review of
Fools Rush In
(Weddings by Bella, Book 1)

by Janice Thompson


Teaser Tuesday

(Compliments of MizB @ Should Be Reading)

Here's what you're asked to do:
  1. Grab your current read.
  2. Let the book fall open to a random page.
  3. Share two teaser sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
  4. Share the title of the book that the “teaser” comes from ~ so people can find the book if they like the teaser.
  5. And remember – AVOID SPOILERS!!
Here's mine:

"What was it about this cowboy that suddenly prevented me
from speaking in complete sentences?
I finally managed a wobbly 'H-hey,
Shame washed over me at once.

Tell me I did not just make fun of his name out loud

Page: 70

Fools Rush In
(Weddings by Bella, Bk 1)
by Janice Thompson
Copyright 2009
Pages: 330
Revell Publishing
ISBN: 9780800733421

So far...I am LOVING this book! I can't wait to finish it, and read the rest of the series! I completely didn't see the first twist coming, and I laughed so hard I was almost in tears!! :o)


Mailbox Monday

Thanks to Marcia @ The Printed Page, we get a chance to share
with others any books we've received the previous week,
via our mailbox.
Be sure to comment and leave a link to your Mailbox Monday post,
or just post your list in your comment.

Here's mine for Nov. 1 - Nov. 7:

I got these 5 books from my BFF, Renee:
(thanks girl!)

Love Finds You in Snowball Arkansas by Sandra D. Bricker
The Smart One and the Pretty One by Claire LaZebnik
Kilmeny of the Orchard by L.M. Montgomery
Threads of Silk by Linda Chaikin
Critical Care by Candace Calvert (BCE)

I won the top 2 books on blog giveaways:

Beguiled by Deeanne Gist & L. Mark Bertrand (ARC)
(won over @ Cindy's blog: Princess Bookie)

The Sound of Sleigh Bells by Cindy Woodsmall
(won over @ Laura Davis' blog: Interviews & Reviews)

The bottom 2 books are Review books from
Bakers Publishing Group:
(be sure to watch for my upcoming reviews over on my other blog)

The Unfinished Gift by Dan Walsh
The Christmas Dog by Melody Carlson

I received these from book swapping sites:


Lone Star Woman by Sadie Callahan
Just the Sexiest Man Alive by Julie James


SANTA, Honey by Kate Angell, Sandra Hill & Joy Nash
Wild Card by Lora Leigh
Leather & Lace by Rebecca Goings, Melissa Schroeder
& Beth Williamson

I broke down and bought these at Waldenbooks:

Lucky in Love by Carolyn Brown
One Lucky Cowboy by Carolyn Brown

This was an AWESOME week for me!! I got
LOTS of books I've been wanting to read!

My Review: Her Colorado Man by Cheryl St. John

Her Colorado Man
by Cheryl St. John

Release date: December 1, 2009

Harlequin Historical
Pages: 280
ISBN: 9780373295715

*I won this autographed copy over at Petticoats & Pistols*

From the back cover:

The Family She'd Always Wanted!

When eighteen-year-old Mariah found herself pregnant and unmarried in her small Colorado town, she disappeared. One year later, she returned with a baby - though minus the "husband" who had conveniently ventured off to Alaska's gold fields to seek his fortune...

But now, with handsome adventurer Wes Burrows turning up and claiming to be the husband she had invented, Mariah's lies become flesh and blood - and her wildest dreams a reality!

My thoughts:

Even though I've been collecting Cheryl's Harlequin Historical books, this is the first one I've taken the time to read. As soon as I opened the envelope and saw it, I knew I wasn't going to be able to just add it to my ever growing TBR piles. I read it in a matter of a few hours, and discovered that it was a great choice to introduce me to Cheryl's brand of writing. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Now I can't wait to read all of her other books I have waiting in my TBR piles.

This is a very poignant romance set in Ruby Creek, Colorado, in 1882. We meet the huge Spangler clan, owners of Spangler Brewery. Most of the family have jobs at Spangler Brewery, working together to produce the very best bottom-fermented lager possible. They are well on their way to becoming very popular all around the world.

Mariah is responsible for handling promotional events, and also overseeing production at Spangler Brewery. She is the first woman to ever have a principal position, as well as, a seat on the governing board; she loves her job. Ever since her grandfather, Louis, called her into his office to let her know that her "husband" was coming home, she has been worried sick about how this event is going to affect her son's life. There is a horrible secret behind John James' birth that she's not quite ready to share with the entire family!

Wesley (Wes) Burrows has always longed for a family to call his own. He missed growing up with siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins nearby. Prior to arriving in Ruby Creek, Wes had delivered mail in Alaska, worked on a whaling ship, and searched for gold in the Yukon. He now claims that he's ready to meet his "son", settle down, and become a family.

If you are a fan of historical romances, you definitely need to pick up your own copy of Her Colorado Man. I cannot express enough how much I enjoyed this book! It's difficult to write a review, without giving away any of the key parts...I hope I have successfully managed to spark your interest. :)

To find out more about Cheryl St. John and/or her books, please visit her at:, or her blog: From the Heart...Cheryl St. John



My Favorite Cover

This week, my choice is:

A Tailor-Made Bride
by Karen Witemeyer

Release date:
June 1, 2010

Bethany House Publishers
Pages: 352
ISBN: 9780764207556

Christian Fiction/Historical

(from PBS):

Book Description:
Jericho "J.T." Tucker wants nothing to do with Coventry, Texas's new dressmaker. He's all too familiar with her kind -- shallow women more devoted to fashion than true beauty. Yet, except for her well-tailored clothing, this seamstress is not at all what he expected.

Hannah Richards is confounded by the man who runs the livery. The unsmiling fellow riles her with his arrogant assumptions and gruff manner while at the same time stirring her heart with unexpected acts of kindness. Which side of Jericho Tucker reflects the real man?

When Hannah decides to help Jericho's sister catch a beau -- leading to uproarious consequences for the whole town -- will Jericho and Hannah find a way to bridge the gap between them?

Isn't this cover beautiful? Even though it would be nice to see their heads/faces! Karen Witemeyer is a new author for me, so I'm excited to give her book a try. It sounds like a great story! :)

Friday Fill-Ins

(compliments of Janet @ Friday Fill-Ins) we go!

1. Plans and schedules are a part of my everyday life.

2. I'm happy when things are flowing smoothly, and allow extra time for reading.

3. The last thing I drank was chocolate milk left in my bowl of Cocoa Pebbles.

4. One of the most valuable things in my life is having my family & friends around.

5. I like pepperoni, bacon, beef, cheese on my pizza.

6. Dear November, I'm soooo ready for some of my Grandma's chicken & dressing at Thanksgiving Dinner!

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm NOT looking forward to getting everything ready for our Yard Sale, tomorrow my plans include freezing to death during our Yard Sale, but hopefully making LOTS of $$$$, and Sunday, I want to crash and burn on the sofa to recuperate after all my hard work!


Kreativ Blogger Award!!

I just received this Blog Award from
Tea @ I LOVE TO READ...thank you, Tea!
Isn't it beautiful?? I love it!

Okay...this is what I'm supposed to do:
~ List 7 of My Favorite Things (hahaha!)
~ Send this award on to 7 other bloggers

So, here goes...

7 of My Favorite Things:

1. Spending time with my hubby, Deezel (puppy), and my family
2. Books, books, and more books!
3. Blogging with my online friends {{hugs}}
4. Playing game swaps on PBS (PaperBackSwap)
6. Cute, Funky Purses
7. Flips Flops and Boots

Now for the hard part...y'all know I have a problem with only choosing a FEW bloggers to pass along awards I'm gonna try passing it along to some blogs I've recently discovered (or recently started following)!! I'll try my best to stick to 7...

1. Katy @ A Few More Pages
2. Beth @ Weavings
3. Diane @ The Book Resort
4. Choco @ In Which a Girl Reads
5. Ashley @ After all...tomorrow is another day
6. Carman @ A Sequence of Continuous Delights
7. Missy Tippens @ Life with Missy

Please be sure to visit these ladies' blogs...they offer a vast
variety of delights to tempt your senses!! :)


Waiting on Wednesday

(Compliments of Jill @ Breaking the Spine)
It allows bloggers to feature pre-publication
books that they are eagerly anticipating!

This Fine Life
by Eva Marie Everson

Release date:
May 1, 2010

Christian Fiction/Romance

Revell Publishing
Pages: 352
ISBN: 9780800732745

(from Amazon)

Product Description

It is the summer of 1959 and Mariette Puttnam has just graduated from boarding school. When she returns to her privileged life at home, she isn't sure where life will take her. More schooling? A job? Marriage? Nothing feels right. How could she know that the answer is waiting for her within the narrow stairwell of her father's apparel factory, exactly between the third and fourth floors? In this unique and tender story of an unlikely romance, popular author Eva Marie Everson takes readers on a journey through the heart of a young woman bound for the unknown. Readers will experience the joys of new love, the perseverance of true friendship, and the gift of forgiveness that comes from a truly fine life.

About the Author

Eva Marie Everson is a successful speaker, a popular radio personality, and the award-winning author of Things Left Unspoken. She is coauthor of The Potluck Club series and The Potluck Catering Club series. She lives in Casselberry, Florida.


Top 10 Books on My Wishlist

Woo-hoo!! It's Monday again...and that means that it's time to share
the Top 10 Books on My Wishlist for this week. If you didn't get a
chance to join us last week ~ here's how it works:

~ Look thru all of your wishlists (I'm sure you have more than one...just like me!)
~ Decide which 10 you're really wanting ~ at least for this week *grin*

~ Come back and post them in your comment...or better yet...create a post on your blog, linking back to me, and post your link here

~ You can list books from any genre
~ It doesn't matter if they are: already available for purchase, newly released, coming soon, etc.
~ If you have a book(s) on someone's WL that you're willing to get rid of...let them know... they may be willing to swap for something on your WL...I know I would!!

~ I've added a button in my sidebar, please take it with you, if you're inclined to do so

I'm hoping this meme will help everyone find books to add to their own Wishlist, but to also allow others to see what books you want, so maybe they can help you get them. Kinda like my own personal swap a way... By getting book lovers together, and sharing the books we most want, maybe we can help each other out. I would love to know what books you're looking for, so I can try to help you find them.

My Top 10 picks for this week:

Within My Heart (Timber Ridge Reflections, #3) :: Tamera Alexander
Tempted By a Cowboy :: Vonna Harper, Melissa MacNeal
& Delilah Devlin
A Creed Country Christmas :: Linda Lael Miller
Under the Cajun Moon :: Mindy Starns Clark
Untamed :: Emma Wildes
A Surrendered Heart (Broadmoor Legacy, #3) :: Tracie Peterson
Love Finds You in Sisters Oregon :: Melody Carlson
In Harm's Way (Heroes of Quantico, #3) :: Irene Hannon
Mail Order Husband :: Lauri Robinson
It Had to be You (Weddings By Bella, #3) :: Janice Thompson

(Be sure to watch all of the slides for some GREAT covers!!)

Okay...let's see your list!! Don't be shy...there will be no judging here...everyone is entitled to their own personal reading choices. Do you enjoy Mysteries, Fiction, Romance, Suspense, Historical, Paranormal, Erotica, Horror, Young Adult, Non-Fiction? Whatever your preference, please share your Top 10 Books on your Wishlist for this week. As always ~ thanks for dropping in! =)