Reading Round-Up: January 2021

Always a buzz when you read that someone has enjoyed your stories and also when included in the company of amazing writers.. thanks to Amy Reade for adding me to her reading round up.. and for her review. Please head over to discover the other books. thanks Sally

Reade and Write

It’s a brand new year and I’ve promised myself to read 61 books in 2021. If you’re part of Goodreads, have you signed up for the 2021 Reading Challenge? If you’re not part of Goodreads, hop on over to goodreads.com, sign up, and join the challenge! There are no winners or losers—just people who love to read.

Christmas Cow Bells

Christmas Cow Bells (A Buttermilk Creek Mystery Book 1) by [Mollie Cox Bryan]

I was so happy to start off the year with a five-star read by Mollie Cox Bryan. What a great way to end the holidays and kick off 2021! Christmas Cow Bells (a Buttermilk Creek Mystery #1) is the terrific tale of a dairy farmer who has recently moved to a small town in Virginia to live and build her cheesemaking business. With a staff of three lovable cows, Brynn is determined to make a success of her cheeses and her involvement with the local CSA (community-supported agriculture) members…

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11 thoughts on “Reading Round-Up: January 2021

  1. I enjoy doing the Goodreads Challenge – well, as I utilise their system extensively for my reading lists, why not? I generally aim for 1 a week, but sometimes make it 60 instead – and I’ve found that if I’m getting books out, or doing a lot of proof-reading, it’s really hard to do just that few more for the challenge! So I’m sticking to 52 for now – as I review one every Saturday.

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