• Blooming Wallflowers
    Short Stories

    Blooming Wallflowers

    Blooming Wallflowers  Blooming Wallflowers from author Ashli Ferguson is the latest short story to cross my path, and I am exceptionally glad that it did!  “You may feel disconnected with yourself now… but once your mind and body align again, ahhh what a magical feeling that will be.”  Ashli Ferguson, Blooming Wallflowers This post contains affiliate links Have you read Blooming Wallflowers? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Blooming Wallflowers  If you loved Barefoot Magic then you’ll love Ashli’s new book Blooming Wallflowers. Blooming Wallflowers is a book of poems and shorts that is sure to pull at your heartstrings and warm your heart all…

  • Fool Me Twice
    Short Stories,  Repeat Authors,  Series

    Fool Me Twice

    Fool Me Twice  Fool Me Twice from author Kevin G. Chapman is my latest short story to be crossed off the to be read list. This is the very beginning of the Mike Stoneman series that I have reviewed before.  It was a lot of fun to go back and read the story that started that, as I loved the Mike Stoneman series, and highly recommend them. Because of the Mike Stoneman series, Kevin G. Chapman has become a frequently talked about author here at The Reading Wife.  This post contains affiliate links Have you read Fool Me Twice? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About…

  • The Shortest Day
    Short Stories

    The Shortest Day

    The Shortest Day  The Shortest Day is the latest short story to cross my path, and what caught my attention was the title. A short story about a short day. Say that five times fast. I might be weird, I know.  “The professor, as he prepared for his day’s work, smiled at the thought of being an archaeologist in Ireland was more satisfying than being an archaeologist anywhere else. No other country had Newgrange, older than Stonehenge, older than the Pyramids.”  Colm Tóibín, The Shortest Day This post contains affiliate links Have you read The Shortest Day? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About The Shortest…

  • Spiritual Travelers
    Short Stories,  Repeat Authors

    Spiritual Travelers

    Spiritual Travelers  Spiritual Travelers from author Ann Marie Ruby is the latest book to be checked off my always-growing to be read list. She is a repeat author in my blog, and for very good reason.  “Love is life’s eternal blessing. Love is eternal peace, eternal completeness.”  Ann Marie Ruby, Spiritual Travelers This post contains affiliate links Have you read Spiritual Travelers from Ann Marie Ruby? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Spiritual Travelers  Wind chimes collect words from history as they dance in the breeze, for words are keepsakes as they create or break all, along the pages of history. The past, present, and…

  • Dead but Not Gone in Tennessee
    Short Stories

    Dead but Not Gone in Tennessee

    Dead but Not Gone in Tennessee  Dead but Not Gone in Tennessee is the latest short story to cross my path, and it was a lot of fun to read. This is the first I’ve read from author Sherri Granato, but I’m interested to see what else she writes about now.  This post contains affiliate links Have you read Dead but Not Gone in Tennessee? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Dead but Not Gone in Tennessee  Country music, Graceland, the Grand Ole Opry, tobacco fields, and fabulous down-home southern food aren’t the only things that Tennessee is famous for. They also have a deep…

  • Alternative Ulster Noir
    Short Stories

    Alternative Ulster Noir

    Alternative Ulster Noir  Alternative Ulster Noir is a collection of short stories that I came across recently, and it caught my attention.  This post contains affiliate links Have you read Alternative Ulster Noir? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Alternative Ulster Noir  … The Cops Are Comin’ A collection of seven new Northern Irish crime short stories inspired by NI music. Enjoy a diverse anthology of work from some of the best Northern Irish thriller writers featuring Colin Bateman, Stuart Neville, Sharon Dempsey, Gerard Brennan, Kelly Creighton and James Murphy. Curated and edited by Simon Maltman, with one of his own new stories included. This…

  • Fear of the Dark
    Short Stories

    Fear of the Dark

    Fear of the Dark  Fear of the Dark is the latest short story to cross my path, and it was an interesting one, to say the least. I found I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected to, especially with such limited information about it when I started reading.  “It was like I was asleep, but awake at the same time. Strange when that happens.”  Orlando Rodrigues, Fear of the Dark This post contains affiliate links Have you read Fear of the Dark from author Orlando Rodrigues? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Fear of the Dark  A writer takes refuge in a country…

  • Murder from the Newsdesk
    Short Stories

    Murder from the Newsdesk

    Murder from the Newsdesk  Murder from the Newsdesk is a series of seven short stories that I just finished reading, and I thoroughly enjoyed them all. It was a fun read for me, and I hope it is for you too.  This post contains affiliate links Have you read Murder from the Newsdesk? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Murder from the Newsdesk  Murder from the Newsdesk Seven Crampton of the Chronicle mystery stories By Peter Bartram Join Colin Crampton, ace crime reporter on the Evening Chronicle in 1960s Brighton, in seven more cozy crime mysteries. The Mystery of the African Charity: Amateur sleuth Colin…

  • I Too Have A Soul
    Short Stories

    I Too Have A Soul

    I Too Have A Soul  I Too Have A Soul is the latest short story to cross my path. Short stories are so much fun to read, because they can be anything. There wasn’t much online to find out about this story before I started it, but that can be part of the fun.  This post contains affiliate links Have you read I Too Have A Soul? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About I Too Have A Soul  He reached there by choice or by chance? The people there didn’t seek answers, the once poverty stricken land that didn’t yield to cultivation and the people…

  • Themes and Variations
    Short Stories

    Themes and Variations

    Themes and Variations  Themes and Variations from author David Sedaris is the latest short story to cross my path and grab my attention. I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into with this one, but it had rave reviews and I decided to give it a go, and I wasn’t disappointed!  This post contains affiliate links Have you read Themes and Variations? Come on in and let me tell you about it!  About Themes and Variations  Dismissed by a bored author at a book signing, a betrayed young man named David Sedaris made a vow. Someday, when it was his turn at the table, he’d connect with his readers.…

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