#1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr examines the lives of three sisters as they step beyond the roles of wife, mother, daughter and discover the importance of being a woman first. Clare Wilson is starting over. She's had it with her marriage to a charming serial cheater. Even her own son thinks she's … Continue reading Never Too Late by Author Robyn Carr @RCarrWriter #bookreview #amreading #womensfiction #awellreadwomanbog
Catherine Sheering has found the man of her dreams in rising political star Wes Bickhart. The problem is, Wes Bickhart has a past, in the form of Meredith Kelly, the woman he almost married and who remains an important part of his life. Catherine has her own reasons for questioning Wes’s continued friendship with Meredith: … Continue reading Catherine and the Wind, by @AmandaGaleBooks (A Meredith Series Sequel) 5 Star Book Review #AWellReadWomanBlog #WomensFiction #BookBlog #BookReview
Maggie Sloan is a free-spirited teenager growing up in rural Georgia. Unlike her peers, Maggie is a witch and so is her mother. In addition to normal teenager rites of passage, she must learn about her family lineage and witchcraft. Her mother, Laura, keeps a tight lid on their family secrets - like the … Continue reading Invoking Nonna by @SageAdderley Sage Adderley-Knox “an addictive Wiccan-themed coming-of-age tale” 5 Star #BookReview #AWellReadWomanBlog #IARTG @SagesBlogTours
There’s more than one secret in the old Blackmoore house. Some have been buried for a long time and some are sitting closer to the surface. Morgan and Fiona Blackmoore enjoy their simple life in the sleepy ocean-side town of Noquitt Maine where they offer herbal remedies and crystal healing for locals and tourists alike. … Continue reading Dead Wrong (Blackmoore Sisters Mystery 1) by Leighann Dobbs @LeighannDobbs #BookReview #AWellReadWomanBlog #FreeEbook #BookPromo #CozyMystery
After months of debating exclusivity versus going wide, I’ve chosen to have my books listed with all of the major ebook vendors. To some this may seem an obvious choice — why would someone want to put all their eggs in one basket? Let’s discuss the benefits of both because there definitely are good reasons to remain exclusive.
Pros of Exclusivity
Exclusivity with one retailer like Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited has its benefits. For one, if you are starting out, it’s less overwhelming to have your book listed with one ebook vendor. Plus, you get lots of perks with KDP Select, such as Kindle Countdown Deals, and the ability to mark your book for free for a period of five days (this is especially helpful if you have a book series and you want to hook new readers).
Cons of Exclusivity
Exclusivity with one retailer, like KDP Select, means you…
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It all started with a crush. How cliché is that? I mean, of all the things to motivate a person to do something, how often does it go back to a silly infatuation? More often than most of us would probably care to admit. Of course, this wasn’t an ordinary crush on a cute coworker … Continue reading AWRW Book Review: Trashy Romance Novel by Jacqueline E Smith @JackieSmith114 #IARTG #BookReview #Romance #TrashyRomanceNovel #AWellReadWoman
Stuck in a reading slump? Check out my latest (recommended) reads!
I’ve immersed myself in fiction the past month on A Well Read Woman Blog — escaping into fantasy, horror, fiction shorts, and romance — trying to shake the dreaded writer’s block. (I know fantastic timing with NaNoWriMo.)
The good thing about this is I’ve discovered great new reads and I’m happy to share the bookish love. The following are stories I recommend:
Pocketful of Bones, by Author Julie Frayn
When I saw the cover for Pocketful of Bones floating around social media, I was immediately intrigued by not only the eye-catching design, but the title too. Being familiar with Julie Frayn’s writing style — her almost fantasy-like world building, dark humor, and edge-of-your-seat psychological suspense — I knew I would enjoy her latest, and once again, I was not disappointed!
The opening pages threw me into sensory overload, in the…
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Looking to escape into a world of medical drama with a strong emphasis on platonic love? Look no further than Author Susan Tarr's latest release, Friends to the End: The Journey of a Lifetime! Two women at opposite ends of the social spectrum. One unlikely friendship. When Bethany and Kate first meet they have nothing in … Continue reading Friends to the End, by Author @SusanMTarr: A #BookReview by A Well Read Woman Blog #WomensFiction #99c #WhatToRead
Shot through with flashes of humour the stories here will entertain, amuse, and make you think. Mary Smith’s debut collection of short stories is a real treat, introducing the reader to a diverse range of characters in a wide range of locations. A donkey boy in Pakistan dreams of buying luxuries for his mother; a … Continue reading AWRW Book Review of Donkey Boy and Other Stories by Author Mary Smith @MarySmithWriter #ENovAaW #BookReview #AmReading #AWellReadWomanBlog
Daughter of Nótt, your sacrifice will bring the end. When Serena returns home from a day of work, she witnesses a terrifying event which uproots her quiet existence. Attacked by a vicious creature, she is saved by a mysterious figure and introduced to the Einherja, warriors trained to protect Earth from demons. Serena soon finds … Continue reading Spotlight Sunday: Daughter of The Night, by Author Tiki Kos @Zombiiki! A 5 Star #BookReview by #AWellReadWomanBlog #YALit #Fantasy