Books That Make Me Smile

Happy Tuesday! For this Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, I have compiled a list of 10 books that make me smile.

The Truth About Fame by Toni Shiloh. I love her chick flick series and enjoy reading about Holiday, Tori, and Octavia.

An Uncommon Beauty by Kari Trumbo. I read a sample of this book and have read it.

Drums of Changes by Janette Oke. I loved reading Jeanette Oke’s books, including Drums of Change, when I was a child. 

Tropical Kiss and Tell by Liwen Y Ho. It’s a cute story about the guy falling in love with the girl next door. 

Deadly Connection by Lenora Worth. Belle Montera’s 4 legged partner is adorable. 

The Practice of Prying by Christy Barritt. Elliot Ransom, who works for a PI firm, is always getting into something when she investigates. Wonder what she’s going to get herself into next?

 A Handful of Hope by Elizabeth Maddrey. The couple on the cover looks adorable and David kissing Jen is sweet.

Deadly Isle by Dani Pettrey. The cover grabbed my attention, and I was drawn into the story immediately. 

Sushi for One by Camy Tang. I love eating sushi so this book appealed to me or my love for sushi.

An Informal Date by Heather Gray. I got hooked onto her Informal Romance books on Kindle Unlimited, and I love coffee (okay, I’m more of a frappuccino person).

Have you read any of these books? What books make you smile?


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Open Discussion: What Would You Like More of?

Happy Saturday, Friends!

I know it’s been awhile since we’ve had a open discussion. Hopefully we’ll have more as we get back into the groove of blogging after our wonderful Christmas break.

Today’s question/discussion is pretty simple. What would you like to see more of in diverse fiction? The world’s your oyster so share in the comments!

 

Open Discussion: Christian Fiction only or Clean Reads Too?

Happy Saturday, Reader Friends!

I know it’s been a long time since we’ve had a open discussion. But today’s discussion isn’t so much about diversity, but regarding the future of Diversity Between the Pages. 

It has always been our goal to bring you diverse Christian fiction. There are so many readers who don’t know the books are out there. Our contributors work hard to interview the authors, spotlight the books, and share the thoughts in reviews.

What we are wondering and contemplating is if we should not expand that read to clean reads. So what say you? Should we stick to bringing you diverse Christian fiction only or would you like to read diverse clean fiction as well?

Sound off in the comments! Thank you. 🙂


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