It’s a Bad Thing in a Good Way

Silly me, I thought I was making significant progress in getting my To-Be-Read mountain whittled down to size of a decent hill. You see, I went on a reading binge in December, which I carried over into January. I knocked a couple dozen books off the top of my TBR pile, and was feeling pretty smug about, too.

But then it happened. On Friday I got an e-mail from American Christian Fiction Writers with a list of 24 new releases from their member authors.

Member authors whose books I love. Hallee Bridgeman, Kara Isaac, Michelle Griep. Need I say more? Of course, these are must-have books.

And this one caught my eye, too:

Sandra Ardoin is a new author to me, but I couldn’t resist pre-ordering her novella. We’re talking mail-order bride, Alaska gold-rush, and a hero with emotional baggage, which means it, too, qualifies as a must-have book.

Some of the books on the ACFW list haven’t released yet, and that’s good news! Good because I have some time to make further headway on reducing my TBR before I start adding to it again.

Have you seen the ACFW’s new release list? (You can view it here) I’d love to know what books caught your eye.

 

4 thoughts on “It’s a Bad Thing in a Good Way

  1. I haven’t ever heard of the ACFW list. But after checking it out, there are several books that sound good. Like:
    Courting Calla by Hallee Bridgeman
    A Love Most Worthy by Sandra Ardoin
    The Sky Above Us by Sarah Sundin
    And possibly some others. 🙂 My TBR list is mostly in my head though I do have a few on Goodreads, and then of course there are all the books the family owns that I havne’t read. 🙂 And I do have a list of books the library has that I want to read . . . 🙂

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