Sunday, August 30, 2009

Red Hot Reads - August Edition

In this month's edition of Red Hot Reads, I have a cross section of print and ebook selections. I love to haunt my local library. Sometimes you can find some real gems just by browsing the titles. Sometimes you can find some great titles simply by browsing ebook publishers as well. Here are my selections:

His Son’s Teacher, Kay Stockham
Harlequin Enterprises Ltd

Sometimes your deepest secret is the one thing you need revealed in order to live. Sound intriguing? Read His Son’s Teacher to learn more.

Ms.Stockham writes novels that tug at your heart because they are novels about people you could know. You can empathize with the struggles of the characters because the characters are people you could meet in your neighborhood. They could be you.

How Wicked-er Can She Go?, J. Morgan
Lyrical Press

She needs to prove she’s wicked. He wants to find his true love. Is that possible when she’s going against her goody-goody type? Read How Wicked-er Can She Go? and find out.

One Lucky Cowboy, Carolyn Brown
Sourcebooks, Inc.

She’s running from her past and what could be her future. He’s sure she’s not what she seems and puts a guard around his heart. Who’s right? Who’s wrong? Neither and both. Want to know more? Read One Lucky Cowboy and find out. You won’t want to miss this novel.

Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Crystal Jordan
Samhain Publishing Ltd.

He’s determined to win her affections – on her terms. She’s determined to stay cool - except that his terms aren’t that evil. He’s darned irresistible. But that’s what happens when a Crazy Little Thing Called Love gets involved.

You can find all these titles through their respective publishers. Be sure to support writers because they are the ones who add color to your lives. Also, read an ebook - less impact on the environment and just as exciting as one that's in print!



Cari Quinn said...

Hi Wendi! So many of your picks sound great - Crystal Jordan, in particular, is a writer I've wanted to try for a while.

Oh, and love your cover for Right Where I Need To Be in the sidebar! I read back a few posts and saw we share a love of Gary Allan. :) Putting My Misery on Display is my favorite song of his...he's such a great storyteller, as well as a singer.

Wendi Zwaduk and Megan Slayer said...

Thanks. I loved all the books and wanted to share with my friends!

Gary is such a dream in concert. Sang Right Where I Need to Be the last time I saw him live. Very sexy!


Cari Quinn said...

Smoke Rings in the Dark is my other favorite GA song, Wendi. I have it memorized. Too funny. I had tickets to see him and Keith Urban together in Buffalo in '07 but I wasn't able to go. I'm still crying, LOL Someday...

Wendi Zwaduk and Megan Slayer said...

Saw him at a county fair and LOVED it. Then right after I submitted my novel (Right) I saw him in Cleveland at the House of Blues in March. He played Right Where I Need to Be and it was like it was meant to be... but I didn't contract it until May!

He's worth the wait!