Sunday, March 29, 2020

BW13: Ladies of Fiction - Elizabeth Hunter

Welcome to April and National Poetry MonthNational Humor Month, International Guitar Month, and as well as Stress Awareness Month and Lawn and Garden Month.  What a great combination!  The first Wednesday in April is National Walking Day so grab your walking shoes and enjoy some fresh air.  Reading, music, humor, poetry, walking and gardening will help relax you mind, body, and soul. 

This month we celebrate our Ladies of Fiction with novelist Elizabeth Hunter who has written over 30 romance, contemporary fantasy, and paranormal mystery novels.   She resides in California and traveled extensively, researching world mythologies, history and the bonds of friendship, love, and family.  I discovered Hunter's books a few years ago when I read The Scribe in her Irin Chronicles series and was hooked.  I also have the Elemental Mysteries series as well as a couple books from the Elemental world books in my virtual stacks. I'm looking forward to reading her newest book, Suddenly Psychic, released February 16, 2020 and available on Kindle Unlimited.

There are a number of ways to complete the bookology challenge, including but not limited to:

Spell out the author's name - one book per letter from the title on the cover.
Read one or more books written by the author.
Read a book written in the country or time period of the author.

Learn more about Elizabeth through interviews with She Wolf Reads, with Susan Illene of Dark Fantasy, and Book Reader Chronicles.

We are also beginning our readalong of  J.R.R. Tolkein's Fellowship of the Rings for this quarter and I'll post more about it next week. 

Stay safe, be well, and happy reading!

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