book reviews

because I love her…

If it’s true you’re judged by the company you keep, then I am doin’ good! I’m proud to be a part of this collection of essays, which includes pieces by

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Still toasty warm! Thanks, Booklist!

Fireside. Wiggs, Susan (author). Feb. 2009. 416p. MIRA, paperback, $7.99 (9780778326175).  REVIEW. First published February 15, 2009 (Booklist). For years, hard-living Bo Crutcher has worked diligently toward a New York Yankees pitching spot,

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unhappy camper

Someone has gone to a lot of trouble to post nasty reviews on Amazon. The same person used 4 (and counting) different names to give poor Fireside 4 low ratings. I’m very flattered

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FIRESIDE is rated "toasty warm."

[zoom] FIRESIDE by Susan Wiggs RT Rating: ½ Publisher: MIRA Published: February 2009 Type: Mainstream Fiction   Worth a look for the often-hilarious dialogue alone, the latest installment of her

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honored

Snowfall at Willow Lake is a finalist for a Reviewer’s Choice Award from RT Book Reviews. RT is the one publication that has reviewed every novel I’ve ever written. Thanks, RT!

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November 23 gratitude

Three things I’m grateful for: Google. Let me count the ways. If you need a recipe, type in “recipe” followed by your key ingredients. If you need a map, type

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Booklist weighs in

Just Breathe. Wiggs, Susan (author).   Sept. 2008. 480p. MIRA, hardcover, $24.95 (9780778325772). REVIEW. First published August, 2008 (Booklist).     Sarah Moon’s life abruptly changes when she surprises her

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so proud of this 4-1/2 star review

  [zoom] JUST BREATHE by Susan Wiggs RT Rating: ½ Category: MAINSTREAM FICTION Publisher: Mira Published: September 2008 Type: Mainstream Fiction           Wiggs delivers another witty

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good book/good friend

  Know what makes me happy? When I make friends with a writer and I’m a fan of her books. Which makes me glad I know Carol. Here’s an excerpt

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A match made in hell

And speaking of books about women and horses…One of the most startling books I ever read was a re-published edition of JACINTHA, a novella by Kathleen Winsor (famed for having

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