- Limerick, Ireland
- member since February 7, 2011
Jeanie hi, thanks for the friending, I'm looking forward to reading your comments and recommendations. Following are a few of my recent favorite reads for you to consider adding to your wish list:
"Resurrection" by Arwen Dayton,
"Mageborn Series" by Michael G. Manning,
"The Farseer Apprentice Trilogy" by Robin Hobb,
"The Fourth Realm Travelers Trilogy" by John Twelve Hawks,
"Blood Song" by Anthony Ryan,
"Tales of the Dying Earth Collection" and "Nightlamp" by Jack Vance,
"The Grey Mane of Morning" by Joy Chant,
"The Riyria Revelations Series" by Michael J. Sullivan,
"The Perfect Assassin" and "Fly by Night" by Ward Larsen,
"Damage Control" "No Mercy" and 'Hostage Zero" by John Gilstrap,
Enjoy and READ ON...
Hi Jeanie, thank you for joining us and welcome to Good Reads Cafe. Please introduce yourself to our Cafe members. Tell us about your favorite books and genres, and upload some of your books you liked. Look through our headings for your Discussions. I am trying to get us good writers in this group and we hope you will read us too. I write suspense/crime/mystery thrillers (www.snedelton.com) but we have other writers in many genres, they are on pages #2/3. We're running continuous Bookatlons with book prizes, visit them.
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Hi Jeanie, join us at a new Shelfari.com group: Good Reads Café
This is a Readers’ and Writers’ group. Open discussions, debates, critiques and self-promotions…
The group is for all readers and for all good authors. All book genres are welcome. I write thrillers based on true events.
Hey! Welcome to the group All Genres! This is a very friendly and chatty group-jump right in! Please feel free to post to the discussions! We would love for you to invite your friends to the group. Please note: the calendar for reading the genres and the group rules are located at the top of the page as part of the group description. February Group Reads are: The Catcher in the Rye by J D Salinger and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.