I love to get lost in a good book. My favorite genres are non-fiction / inspirational and dark psycho-thriller. I know. It's quite a contrast. This summer I picked up a few selections that are certainly worthy of the share. If you want to borrow, I'll leave them in the studio.
If you like a good psycho-thriller, Check out the author Lisa Jewell. I recently read two of her books Watching You and Then She Was Gone. Jewell has authored several books and I appreciate her writing style so much I'll be adding more of her books to my upcoming reading list.
The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison. This is another thriller with a touch of sweet revenge. I blew through it in literally 3 days. Here's the funny part. As I was nearing the end of the book, I seemed to catch a hint of familiarity. The characters and plot sounded like something I'd heard before. It just so happens I loaded this to my kindle and read it several years ago. Hopefully I don't buy it a third time.
Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. A coming-of- age tale about love, loss, and resilience. I was captivated by the main character, Kya (Marsh Girl). This was a different choice of genre for me, but I'm so glad I expanded my horizons. Let's get this in theaters please! It would make an amazing movie.
Check out Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey on Audible. McConaghey shares his life stories from childhood to present. The man has stories and a great voice! My husband and I listened to this on a recent road trip. We enjoyed every second of this book. The only problem, we couldn't find anything we wanted to listen to once it was over.