Feedback request!

I’m planning ahead for holiday books to read this year and welcome suggestions from Bookwinked followers.

I’ve read and reviewed:

  1. Thanksgiving by Glenn Alan Cheney
  2. Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
  3. Christmas Gift! by Ferrol Sams
  4. Giovanni’s Light by Phyllis Theroux
  5. The Shepherd, the Angel, and Walter the Christmas Miracle Dog by Dave Barry
  6. Christmas on Jane Street by Billy Romp with Wanda Urbanska
  7. The Bishop’s Wife by Robert Nathan
  8. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
  9. The Christmas Chronicles by Tim Slover
  10. The Fat Man – A Tale of North Pole Noir by Ken Harmon

I look forward to hearing from you.  Thank you!

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About dianeledet

Professional Writing Consultant, Graduate of DePaul University School for New Learning 2008
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6 Responses to Feedback request!

  1. for a really funny one: Holidays On Ice, by David Sedaris: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4136.Holidays_on_Ice

  2. Ken Harmon says:

    Though I am not proud to admit it, I occasionally google The Fat Man to see how Gumdrop and the gang are faring on the interweb and found your generous recommendation. Thank you. Gumdrop and I can vouch that you’ve avoided the Naughty List this year. I’d also like to tell you and your friends that The Fat Man has been selected as the December title for Dutton’s new ebook imprint Guilt Edge Mysteries, so please look for specials around that closer to December.

    You might also like The Stupidest Angel by Christopher Moore. Rude, but funny.

    Thank you again for words and support

  3. dianeledet says:

    Thank you for sharing the great news on the Dutton endorsement. I appreciate your talent and will check into The Stupidest Angel book!

    If spreading the word on good books like yours will keep me off the Naughty LIst, I will keep on doing so!

    It is great to hear from you!

  4. pmsmoments says:

    I’m going to read “The Reversible Santa Claus,” by Meredith Nicholson written in 1917. I loved his novel, “The House of a Thousand Candles” and can’t wait to get into this book as well.

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