#LongandshortReviews 8.7.19 #Wednesdaybloggingchallenge

 

Books I loved but never wrote reviews for is today’s #L&SR topic. I had to think about this one. Really think.

In no order, here are the books I loved, wished I’d reviewed, but didn’t — for whatever reason!

  1. The Little Engine that Could. Best book about self motivation ever published.   
  2. Write Naked, by Jennifer Probst. A very well written, detailed road map on what not to do – and do! – in the publishing business. I carried the print book copy with me from NH to a Denver conference just so Jennifer could autograph it for me.
  3. New York to Dallas. JD Robb. In my humble opinion the best IN DEATH book. Why I never wrote a review is a mystery, considering I’ve mentioned it in about 50 blogs as being my favorite addition to the series!
  4. Shanna by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss. My first “adult” romance, i.e. one that had SEX in it!

Click on the Long and Short Reviews Wednesday Blogging challenge to see what the other authors in this challenge have to say: L&SR

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3 responses to “#LongandshortReviews 8.7.19 #Wednesdaybloggingchallenge

  1. It’s comical. My friends in the Friends of the Library book keep insisting I read Katherine Woodiwiss. I’ve read her, but they want me to because …she writes about … s-e-x…. Hee hee. And they know I do, too. Great list!

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  2. lydiaschoch

    I’d totally forgotten about The Little Engine That Could. What a fun story that was. 🙂

    My post.

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  3. wow completely forgot about The Little Engine That Could. Loved that book. Gotta take a look at Write Naked. Have a fun week!

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