Teresa

…personally… I am a mom of 2 grown kids, 2 cats, and a husband. …professionally… I handle accounting for a managed IT services provider. …recreationally… I enjoy reading, watching movies but TV not so much, spending time with my family, and playing Star Trek Online, Sims 4, Lord of the Rings Online, Wizard 101, and Civilization V.

Michael R. Hicks

Harvest Trilogy

Season of the Harvest, 2011 -read 2011

Bitter Harvest, 2012 -read 2015

Reaping the Harvest, 2013 -read 2015

Bitter Harvest on Amazon


I was briefly a member of a Kindle reading group where each member would recommend a book for another member to read. Season of the Harvest was the book recommended to me, and after reading it, I eventually read the rest of the series. The gap in reading between book 1 and book 2 was related to work and school for me – the story is great!

Michael R Hicks on the web

Kristin Hannah

The Four Winds, 2021

The Great Alone, 2018 -read July 2018

The Nightingale, 2015 -read August 2015

Fly Away, 2013 -read March 2014

Home Front, 2012 -read November 2017

Night Road, 2011 -read March 2011

Winter Garden, 2010 -read April 2014

True Colors, 2009 -read October 2017

Firefly Lane, 2008 -read March 2013

Magic Hour, 2006 -read February 2013

Comfort & Joy, 2005 -read March 2014

The Things We Do For Love, 2004 -read Sept 2017

Between Sisters, 2003 -read March 2013

Distant Shores, 2002 -read September 2017

Summer Island, 2001 -read September 2017

Angel Falls, 2000 -read February 2013

On Mystic Lake, 1999 -read March 2011

Home Again, 1996 -read April 2014

Waiting For The Moon, 1995

When Lightning Strikes, 1994

If You Believe, 1993

Once In Every Life, 1992

The Enchantment, 1992 -out of print

A Handful Of Heaven, 1991 -out of print

Kristin Hannah on Amazon


Kristin is at the top of the list of my favorite authors. As is obvious, I have read all of her books on Kindle. I own in paperback most of her older novels but I have not read them because I can’t remember where they are. They used to be on one bookcase, which we replaced with a wine rack, and now I can’t remember where the books landed. And, I haven’t looked for them as reading physical books strains my eyes and triggers migraines.

https://kristinhannah.com/

Sue Grafton

Alphabet Series

“A” Is for Alibi (1982) -read Dec 31, 2017

“B” Is for Burglar (1985) -read Jan 1, 2018

“C” Is for Corpse (1986) -read Jan 2, 2018

“D” Is for Deadbeat (1987) -read Jan 3, 2018

“E” Is for Evidence (1988) -read Jan 4, 2018

“F” Is for Fugitive (1989) -read Jan 6, 2018

“G” Is for Gumshoe (1990) -read Jan 7, 2018

“H” Is for Homicide (1991) -read Jan 8, 2018

“I” Is for Innocent (1992) -read Jan 9, 2018

“J” Is for Judgment (1993) -read Jan 10, 2018

“K” Is for Killer (1994) -read Jan 11, 2018

“L” Is for Lawless (1995) -read Jan 12, 2018

“M” Is for Malice (1996) -read Jan 14, 2018

“N” Is for Noose (1998) -read Jan 14, 2018

“O” Is for Outlaw (1999) -read Jan 16, 2018

“P” Is for Peril (2001) -read Jan 17, 2018

“Q” Is for Quarry (2002) -read Jan 21, 2018

“R” Is for Ricochet (2004) -read Jan 21, 2018

“S” Is for Silence (2005) -read Jan 22, 2018

“T” Is for Trespass (2007) -read Jan 24, 2018

“U” Is for Undertow (2009) -read Jan 26, 2018

“V” Is for Vengeance (2011) -read Jan 31, 2018

“W” Is for Wasted (2013) -read Feb 3, 2018

“X” (2015) -read Feb 4, 2018

“Y” Is for Yesterday (2017) -read Feb 6, 2018

I had heard about the series a long time ago – A is for Alibi. But I didn’t start reading until I heard that Sue had passed away. I immediately bought the first book and quickly finished the series. Quickly meaning I read pretty much straight through the month of January. It is sad that there will not be any more stories of Kinsey. But, I am glad that I got to read the ones that are out there.

Kinsey on Amazon


Check out Sue’s website for the treats that she provided.

https://www.suegrafton.com/bookshelf.php

H.G. Wells

The Time Machine, 1895 -read 1/5/2021

The War of the Worlds, 1898

H.G. Wells on Amazon


Since I am reading “classics” currently, none of the authors are still living. They do seem to have official websites with the purpose of providing information about their lives and their writing.

H.G. Wells Society