Top Five Wednesday: Author’s you can’t wait to read


This week the Goodreads.com Top Five Wednesday group is posting about:

Authors You Are Waiting on Another Book From


Blanche Wiesen Cook’s biography of Eleanor Roosevelt Volume III



Word must finally have reached the author that we loyal readers of this biography were becoming afraid that she would die without finishing it. I pre-ordered it the day that became possible. Eleanor Roosevelt: The War Years And After by Blanche Wiesen Cook




Dinah Jeferies The Tea Planter’s Wife



I will be reviewing this very soon. It has EVERYTHING! The time period I love. The Colonial Brits that I love. And, best of all, a May-December Romance! [See the tag cloud to read some of my own  cross-generational romance profiles.] The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jeferies.




Alexander McCall Smith’s No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series



I can’t get enough of this series—especially when it is read by the incomparable Lisette Lecat–she simply IS the voice of this series. I love listening to these. Precious and Grace (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency 17) by Alexander McCall Smith.





Gayle Foreman’s adult debut



I loved If I Stay and Where She Went so I am so am just a teensy bit anxious about this one. I’m hoping it’s just as great as her Y.A. books though. Leave Me: A Novel by Gayle Foreman.





Still waiting on this one, even though it is out now



With apologies to the author, but some books must be read from the library. Most popular fiction falls in this category for me. I also prefer much of it on audio for my long daily commute. I loved the Husband’s Secret, so I’m anxious to get my hands on this one as well. Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane Moriarty.





What books are you waiting on? Leave me a comment!


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