The Chocolate Lady's Top Ten Tuesday for January 28, 2020 - Book Cover Freebie! Do YOU judge a book by its cover? I do!
A Bookish Discovery I made in 2019: Out of Sync Reading and Reviewing. Ten books that might have made my "best of" list, had I read them the year they were published.
You've seen my yearly Top Five lists, but how about a "best of the best" list? For those of you who have been following this blog, you’ll know that I’ve been producing a list of my favorite books published for each of the years I’ve been blogging. While I probably should have done this after … Continue reading The Best of the Best Top 5 List for 2013-2019
2019 - the Year of the Winning Women Writers! This past year has been a particularly good one for books, and the quality of newly released novels was quite beyond my expectations. I read a full 32 books released this year, only two of which were non-fiction. That means I have quite a few books … Continue reading TCL’s Top Five (or 10) Favorite Books of 2019
2018: The year of “only by a whisker” books. Yes, the time has come once again for me to give you all my roundup of my favorite books published over this past year. I have to warn you however, I’m going to cheat a tiny bit with my non-fiction book this year. See, although … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Books of 2018
2017: The Year of Women - Good and Bad! Those of my readers who have been following this blog for a while, know that I had to stuff seven novels into my favorites of 2016 list, and eight books ended up on list for 2015. This year, I have nine books that deserved a … Continue reading My Top Five (or more) Books of 2017
2016: A Year Mostly About Women. Since 2016 has been such a rotten year in general, it is always nice to find something positive to focus on. One bright light I can give you is my "Top 5 Favorite Books of 2016." As in past years, it seems that once again, I need to squeeze … Continue reading Five (or seven) GOOD things to come out of 2016
2015: The Year of the "Tied for #X Place" Books Despite the fact that there are two books published in 2015 that I haven't even begun to read (Patrick Gale's A Place Called Winter, and Therese Walsh's The Last Will of Moira Leahy), being dyslexic, and considering the length of my present reading list, I … Continue reading My 5 (or 8) Favorite Books of 2015
2014: The Year of the Curmudgeon! Looking back over this past year, it seems that almost all of my best-loved books that came out in 2014 featured protagonists who are, essentially, grumpy old men. While they hardly ever stop frowning, reading about some of them will certainly put a smile on your face (or … Continue reading My 5 Favorite Books of 2014
My Top 5 (or 6) books of 2013. Countdown of my favorite new releases of 2013.