Books to Keep You Home

no-place-like-home-750x330I’ve always been a homebody. For me, there really is no place like home. Before I retired, I spent many a Michigan winter hunkered down at home, never leaving the house except for essentials, like work or food. Home was my happy place.

Coronavirus hasn’t changed that so much as it’s placed a new slant on it. Now it’s important to stay home—to prevent the spread of the virus, save lives, and ease the burden on doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel. Staying home is how we do our part.

If, like me, your favorite housebound activity is reading, I have a treat for you. With the permission of the authors, I’m sharing the first page from their recently released or up-coming books. These are some of my favorite authors. Hopefully you’ll be hooked by those first few paragraphs and find you next favorite book!

 The Ninja Daughter Tori Elridge Ninja Daughterby Tori Eldridge

This book has been on my TBR for months and after reading this page, I need to move it up to the top!

















All We Buried by Elena Taylor

Elena TaylorComing April 7th!

This is the first book in the Sheriff Bet Rivers mystery series. I’m very excited to read this one!














Mary Keliikoa

Derailed                            (a Kelly Pruettt mystery) by Mary Keliikoa

This debut mystery will release May 12th, but I had a chance to read an early copy. I’m a fan of PI Kelly Pruett and eager for her next case!










If She had stayed Diane ByingtonIf She had Stayed        by Diane Byington

Time-travel, romance, thriller.












The invisibles rachel dacusThe Invisibles                 by Rachel Dacus

A story of sisters and the supernatural, set on the Italian coast.













Spycraft: Essentials    by Bayard & Holmes

Going out of my lane for non-fiction. If you’ve ever wanted to learn about the shadow world of spying…











Immortal delirium carolyn walker

Immortal Delirium                by Carolyn Walker

Book two in the Immortal series. Fantasy and paranormal.











Salt the Snow Carrie Calaghan

Salt The Snow                          by Carrie Callaghan

I love historical fiction. This one takes an American journalist to 1930s Russia.













The scrooge of loon lake carrie Nichols

The Scrooge of Loon Lake    by Carrie Nichols

Ahh! Small town, holiday romance.













Veiled Blessings Melissa Bennett

Veiled Blessings                  by Melissa Bennett

A sweet story of hope and redemption.

















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2 Responses to Books to Keep You Home

  1. Mary Keliikoa says:

    My To Be Read pile just got bigger!!

    Liked by 1 person

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