Monday, July 2, 2018

Book Club Tuesday #1 ~ 7/3/18

I'd like to start hosting a weekly Book Club here on Colletta's Kitchen Sink.

The idea is that we each read books from our shelf, write reviews and then share them here with the Book Club.

So, no need to buy new books that may or may not interest you, just read what you already have and share it here each Tuesday!


 The "rules":

~Must be family friendly.
~Mingle and check out each other's reviews.

That is it!

For now, until I see how much interest there is in having a Book Club Tuesday, please leave a comment including a direct link to your review.  If we have enough interest, I'll look into a "linky" option.

I'll go first :)  Check out the comments.

I hope you'll join me and let your friends know about the Book Club!



  1. My review for "From the Start" by Melissa Tagg:


  2. Caught by Surprise by Jen Turano - Review :

    Until We Find Home by Cathy Gohlke - Review:

    Dead Drift by Dani Pettrey - Review :

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  4. Thanks, Coletta! Do you mind if we share more than one? Here are a couple of mine from the last week:

    A Small Book About a Big Problem: Meditations on Anger, Patience, and peace by Edward T. Welch:

    Invincible Louisa: The Story of the Author of Little Women by Cornelia Meigs:

  5. Hi Colletta!
    Great concept! Not sure if I'll be able to stick to it since I'm cutting back but I'll play alone this week :)

    Enduring Love by Toni Shiloh

    Have a lovely week!

  6. What a wonderful idea! Thank you for the invitation to join the fun. I co-host a link party for writers, poets and book lovers on Wednesdays. It's called Words on Wednesday. Please feel free to hop over and share there, too! ;-) -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  7. Here's the link to my latest book review:
    Here's the page on my blog dedicated to books:
    And here's the link to last week's link party:

  8. Here is a link to my latest review 'A Most Noble Heir' by Susan Anne Mason. Which is counted as Historical/Inspirational Fiction set in Victorian England

    Linking because Colletta invited me, thanks!

  9. Hi Colletta thanks for inviting me over. I'm reviewing mostly Agatha Christie books at the moment. Like this one

  10. Thanks for the invite to participate. Here's the link the most recent book I enjoyed.


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