Choosing a Top Ten list was harder this year than ever before. I read 91 books in 2021, and believe me, choosing just ten took a while. The books listed here affected my life and they linger still. I hope you see something new that piques your interest!
The purchase links are on the images if you see one you want to grab.
And before I close out the year, I want to pay tribute to an author who passed away in 2021. Suzanne Burke was bold in her writing and delved deep into the psyche of twisted characters. But the book that changed me forever, was her memoir, EMPTY CHAIRS. The horrific abuse she suffered would destroy a lesser person, but not Sooz. She was a warrior.
AND THE WINNER IS!! I am ashamed to say that I almost forgot to draw a winner for this blog post, BUT, I saved myself at the last minute. 🙂 The winner of the $10 Amazon Gift card is Stephanie Ortiz Jenkins!! Stephanie watch your inbox! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
It is always a challenge to pick just ten books from the many books I read each year. Because it was so difficult this year, I have listed a Bonus book and also some fabulous short stories. I hope you enjoy my Top Ten, and if you see a book that catches your interest, click on the purchase link and add it to your TBR list!
June is Board Member Appreciation Month at the Rave Reviews Book Club, so we are sharing the love with our awesome Board. That includes the Spotlight Author seat, which brings us to today’s post. It is my great honor and privilege to feature the June RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB“SPOTLIGHT” Author, Wendy Scott!
Wendy hails from New Zealand and is a fabulously talented multi-genre author.
Last year, I read and reviewed her book, Lodestone Book 1 Witch-Hunt and found it not only entertaining, but compelling, and I didn’t want to see it end. Here is my review of this great read!
I was thrilled when Lodestone (Witch-Hunt) was featured on author Jan Sikes’ Top Ten Best Books for 2016. Jan – heartfelt thanks!