Reminder and Recap – #GoodreadsGiveaway #2021TopTen

As release day for Jagged Feathers draws near, I just want to remind everyone that the Goodreads Giveaway is still going on for a few more days! It costs absolutely nothing to enter, and you have until January 25th. We are giving away 100 copies. One could be yours!

Click HERE to enter!


Also, if you missed my Top Ten Books from 2021, Here’s a video recap for your viewing pleasure!

Sorry, but even though there are Purchase Links on the video slides, I realized later I should have removed them, as they are not live links. I have listed purchase links below.

I’d love it if you’d like and share the video from YouTube!! Thank you!

Here are purchase links, if you’re interested!

Shadows of Pecan Hollow by Caroline Frost

If Darkness Takes Us by Brenda Marie Smith

Down Range by Taylor Moore

Magnar and Rorik by Mary Morgan

The Ferryman And The Sea Witch by D. Wallace Peach

Blood on the Chesapeake by Randy Overbeck

Regretting You by Colleen Hoover

Things Old and Forgotten by Mae Clair

Cold Dark Night by Joan Hall

Soul Of The Matter by Michael A. Kroll

Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey

Jan’s Top Ten Books from 2021 @CaroFrostWrites @bsmithnovelist @97_taylormoore @m_morganauthor @DWallacePeach @OverbeckRandy @colleenhoover @maeclair1 @joanhallwrites @michaelsvoice_2 @McConaughey

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.

May she rest in peace.

Photo from daughter, Amanda Jesson