Do you need a good book for the weekend?

Want a book you can finish before Monday?

Well, below are two fun light-hearted books.

It’s been a great summer and I managed to squeeze in a few good books. Nothing better than curling up on a screened porch and kicking back with a tall glass of iced tea and reading a fun book.

 

Unless it’s curling up in front of a roaring fire, and of course, with a good book.

So, if you’re looking for characters to fall in love with, click on these links. Because you will adore Samuel Collins and his neighbors as four-year-old melt away his grumpy demeanor. 

Both books are standalone, but I can assure you that you won’t be able to stop after book one.

Plus, both are now available in Kindle Unlimited! 

Click on the book image to read a preview.

Do you have any great books to recommend?

Share your favorite books?

Do you read more ebooks or do you prefer hard copies?

Please leave your recommendations in the comments. We all want to know.

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10 thoughts on “Do you need a good book for the weekend?

  1. I just finished reading the new William and Hester Monk mystery by Anne Perry. I marvel at Perry’s writing every time.
    I prefer hard copy and get books by well-established authors at the library. The books I buy are always by Indie authors or small presses — a deliberate action to support them. I usually buy hard copies, or request them as Christmas/birthday gifts from family when they ask what I’d like.

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  2. I finished, Jules Verne’s, ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea,’ recently and have decided to read, ‘Great Expectations’, I started it a while ago, but got sidetracked and finished two novels, ‘Huck Finn’s America,’ and, Azar Nafisi’s, book, ‘The Republic Of Imagination.’
    Thank you for your offer. When I finish the above title I may knock your door to suggest one you like. 🙂

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  3. Thanks for the recommendations. I love the fire and book photo. Is that a piano in the background?

    Definitely hard copy books. I buy e-books frequently and have read quite a few on an e-reader, but I increasingly prefer paper books. E-books can be bought instantly, can be searched for content (very useful), and are easy to travel with in multiples. But hard copies feel good and will never disappear unless you burn ’em.

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