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TBR: Jan 26 to Feb 2 Edition

Monday, January 25, 2016
TBR, Jan 26 to Feb 2, On My Kindle

It has been a busy week for me on the blog. Last week I added a Hall of Fame page to display the books that feature excerpts of reviews from On My Kindle, and I included affiliate disclosure so the disclosure appears at the bottom of every post.

Now that we have established that I am a law-abiding blogger, let us take a look at what I need to review and read this week.

To Be Reviewed

The Spell of Pencliff (Claudia Quash Series Book 1) by Wendy Hobbs, TBR, On My Kindle

I do not know how Publishing Push managed to get my email, but I am glad that they did. They connected me with the author, Wendy Hobbs, of The Spell of Pencliff a couple of weeks ago. Wendy graciously sent me a physical copy of this Teen/YA book to review. It is an imaginative book, and I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts about it.

Eleven Floors by Robert Lampros, TBR, On My Kindle

Robert Lampros contacted me and requested that I review his Christian lit book, Eleven Floors. I enjoyed reading it; however, I was a bit confused by the ending. You will have a better understanding of why when I share my review, so stay tuned!

To Be Read

Gilded Moon (The Sapphire Star Saga, Book 2) by A.L. Meinhold, TBR, On My Kindle

I read and reviewed Fated Volition, the first book in The Sapphire Star Saga, by A.L. Meinhold. I told her that I would keep an eye out for the second book in the series, but time flew by so quickly. I am glad that A.L. was kind enough to let me know that Gilded Moon was published because I really enjoyed the first book, and I was looking forward to the second. 

I have managed to read a couple of pages, and I am looking forward to sitting down and having a marathon reading session with it.

Secrets of Sand Mountain by Philip C. Elrod, TBR, On My Kindle

The next book that I will be reading this week, Secrets of Sand Mountain by Philip C. Elrod, is a coming of age book set in a small town in Southern Appalachia during the summer of 1944. The description of the book looks intriguing, and I enjoy reading stories set in the past, so I am looking forward to reading this book!

Have you had the chance to read one of these books? If so, let me know what your thoughts are; without spoilers, please.

Have a beautiful week!
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