June Book Reviews

If you feel that your TBR is failing in its job to keep you supplied with an endless selection of books to read (or you have decided to ignore its groaning at its expansion) head over to Diana Wallace Peach and enjoy her June reviews.. Some great books from Pamela S. Wight, Sandra Cox, Geoff Le Pard, Jennifer Kelland Perry, Roberta Eaton Cheadle, DL Finn, Richard Dee and a multi-author anthology of poetry from members of the writing community.. Head over and I hope you leave with some books…

Myths of the Mirror

Vacations are made for reading!

I just got back yesterday from two weeks at Yosemite National Park. Somehow, I still managed to fit in some reading time.

June book reviews include my4 and 5 star reads of two memoirs, middle-grade fantasy, steampunk, historical/paranormal fiction, two poetry collections, a YA family drama, and a western romance. Something for everyone! I hope you enjoy them.

Click on the covers for Amazon global links.

*****

Flashes of Life: True Tales of the Extraordinary Ordinary by Pamela Wight

What a beautiful book. I started reading this collection of personal flash stories outside on my deck right before dinner. I read through dinner, and continued reading until the sun went down and the mosquitoes came calling. I just couldn’t stop. In the preface, the author hopes that readers will see glimpses of themselves, their families, their joys, and their lives reflected in hers. And that…

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31 thoughts on “June Book Reviews

  1. I love Diana’s reviews and these are terrific. I’m not sure if I’m as keen on the damage they do to my Kindle… Thanks for bringing them to my notice, Sally. xx

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