TBR Tuesday – January24, 2017


My first TBR Tuesday post of 2017!  I’m a little behind, can you tell?

Anyway, in a bid to get myself up to date on my reviews, I’ve put a stop to reading.  It’s killing me.  It really is.  I have a ton of awesome books screaming for me to crack them open and devour them.  But at least I’ve only got a few back reviews left before I can start getting behind again.  My main problem is that I’ve gotten out of the blogging habit, not for lack of interest, but mostly because of lack of motivation.  I think it’s just the winter doldrums, this has been slowly building since Thanksgiving. Sigh

. So, my dear blogging friends, I apologize for being absent for the last month or so.  I promise I will get caught up on all of your amazing reviews and add a few of my own.

31305593This was the kind of thriller that raises the hair on the back of your neck…

The big news is that I will soon have my very first author Q&A and  book giveaway for The Swap (read my review here),  which will be released in just 2 weeks!  On February 7th, the giveaway will start, I will have one autographed copy  for a lucky random winner, and it will be super easy to enter.  Mark your calendars!

So, on to the TBR list (which is growing exponentially every day.)  These are the top 3 I plan to start next.  The Right Side looks to be an awesome read, A Will to Die is the latest in one of my favorite series, The Cliff Knowes Mystery series, and I won a copy of The Memory Box from Fictionphile a few weeks ago.  Three great reads, how am I going to decide which on to read first?

LeAnne Hogan went to Afghanistan as a rising star in the military, and came back a much lesser person, mentally and physically.
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