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  1. I have enjoyed reading Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs and A court of Silver Flames by Sarah Maas. Thanks for the giveaway. 🙂

  2. we are still schooling at home, so i am really only reading for the kids. i have bee n slowly churning through “animal vegetable miracle”… finally.

  3. I have just been reading my Bible devotional this month. But I have my eye on Murder on Cape Cod.

  4. The HungerGames prequel, Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. I couldn’t put it down, I hope there will be more in the series in the future.

  5. My favorite book so far of 2021 has been No One Is Talking About This by Patricia Lockwood.

  6. I may be a bit behind as so far my favorite book this year is The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel.

  7. My favorite new book this year was Kindred by Octavia Butler. I also reread Ready Player One to be ready for Ready Player Two when my turn comes at the library. Both five stars for me.

  8. I have not read many books this year, I find it hard to concentrate for very long. I really enjoyed Stephen Kings Bag og Bones though.

  9. I have been enjoying The Expanse series by James S.A. Corey and am just starting to read the Appaloosa Ranch series by Delores Fossen

  10. “An Irish Country Welcome” by Patrick Taylor is the book I’ve read most recently. I love the recipes!

  11. This year I read hunting november. I think it came out another year, but it’s my favorite so far.

  12. I am actually re-reading my In Death Series from JD Robb. I find that her novels are fantastic – good mystery and wicked romance + the characters grow as the novels progress.

    Mishelle G

  13. I haven’t read any books this year, but I really want to read The Brothers Mankiewicz.

  14. Ruthless King: A Dark Mafia Omegaverse Fated-Mates Romance (Ruthless Warlords Book 1) by Alison James was excellent as well as This Dark Wolf: Soul Bitten Shifter Book 1 by Everly Frost.

  15. I’ve been so wrapped up in reading for school that I haven’t found any good books to read yet this year. Im ready to find something thats not American history lol

  16. I’ve been reading this book here Of Women and Salt I find its amazing, thank you for the opportunity

  17. I am currently reading a mystery Every Vow You Break byPeter Swanson. It’s really good so far.

  18. I have been reading “The Metal Heart” by Caroline Lea. Very interesting book, I recommend it.

  19. So far my favorite book is The Vintner’s Daughter: A Novel by Kristen Harnisch.
    Thanks for the contest.

  20. The book I liked the most that I read this year is American Demon by Kim Harrison. It wasn’t released this year but I was catching up on this series and finally read it.

  21. Archangel’s Sun by Nalini Singh, Blood Heir by Ilona Andrews, and Kingdom of Shadow and Light by Karen Marie Moning

  22. I’m reading Whiskey & Charlie right now. I’m on a few chapters in, but its good so far. I recently read Where the Crawdads Sing and it was so good!

  23. I have enjoyed The Shape of Water by Guillermo Del Toro, Immortally Yours by Lynsay Sands, and Dark Song by Christine Feehan.

  24. My favourite this year is Chloe Neill’s newest book from the series Heirs of Chicagoland Shadowed Steel.

  25. I’ve enjoyed Young Jane Young, Lenny Kravitz’s Let Love Rule & Jillian Cantor’s In Another Time so far this year. Just started Eliza Starts a Rumor & am liking that one as well!

  26. Well, this may sound weird, but I love reading Joyce Meyer’s books. I’ve been on a quest to have a closer relationship with God, so her books help me with that.

  27. I’m in the process of reading and enjoying Seven Longest Yards. I get side-tracked too easily and haven’t finished it yet.

    The Seven Longest Yards is a love story between a boy with catastrophic spinal cord injuries, a girl with crippling depression, and the God who brings them together to “above all, love each other deeply” (1 Peter 4:8). It’s a parenting story about kids who need the most love ask for it in the most unloving ways.

    by Chris Norton, Emily Norton, Mark Tabb

  28. The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth. Also, My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry and A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman.

  29. I am re-reading a couple of my favorite books this year, and am now reading Christine, by Stephen King.

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