Great Book Ideas For A Great Spring

Published 04/11 2014 08:24AM

Updated 04/11 2014 10:18AM

A Great Idea For Your Book Club: How do you help your book club members remember what you are reading that month? You can create a bookmark with the cover image of the book. It helps you remember what you will be reading and is a useful tool as you are reading, too. I get mine from

A Great New Series To Start: Six authors got together to create "A Ripple Effect Romance" series. Each book is a cute, fun love story and the character from each book is found in the previous book creating a ripple effect of love along the way. The first book is Home Matters by Julie N. Ford.

A Great, Fun Read For Spring Break: What do you do if you find out your Senior Year of High School that you are actually a Romanian vampire princess by birth and are engaged to another vampire? You consult your own personal guide, of course. Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side was written by Beth Fantaskey. If you like it, great news! There's a sequel: Jessica Rules The Dark Side.

A Great Read For The Serious Reader: Are you looking for something a little more serious? Check out The Shoemaker's Wife by Adriana Trigiani. The story begins at the turn of the century in Italy and ends in America after the Second World War. Love, war, friendship, this novel has it all.

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