Do you use Goodreads website to look for books and reviews?
Goodreads is like a virtual word-of-mouth book list.
The four of us here at CCC like to list our books, reviews, and to-be-read lists at Goodreads.
I'm just curious how readers like to use Goodreads most? Visit our sites, browse around, and share your thoughts. Link up with other readers and authors.
Each of us has very different lists. Though many of our books overlap, you'll see a lot more suspense of Jaime's lists.
Click the link to check: Anne's Goodreads.
You'll find a lot of variety: writing craft books, LLMontgomery, Brennan Manning, Francine Rivers, Corrie ten Boom, Cindy McCormick Martinusen, Leon Uris, J.R.R. Tolkien, Tamera Alexander, James Alexander Thom....to mention a few faves.
Click the link to check: Jaime's Goodreads
Jaime's page list her current published works, the reviews from our blog, and her latest reading list: (told you there was some suspense reading going on!)
Click the link to check: Erica's Goodreads
It lists Erica's latest reads and a few ratings, as well as the long list of books she's published if you need a reference for all her books! You can also ask-the-author questions on Erica's page.
Erica Vetsch rated a book it was amazing
Erica Vetsch has read
The Lincoln Lawyer (Harry Bosch Universe, #16; Mickey Haller, #1)
by Michael Connelly (Goodreads Author)
Erica Vetsch finished reading
The Most Eligible Bachelor Romance Collection: Nine Historical Novellas Celebrate Marrying for All the Right Reasons
by Amanda Barratt
Click the link to check: Gabrielle's Goodreads
Gabrielle has a robust list of books on her wish list, and a list of her published works as well. Sometimes it's nice to know the authors who've influenced us by checking our list of favorite authors. Here are just a few:
Tell us if you use Goodreads.
How you use it, and what you like about it.
Blog post by Anne Love-
Writer of Historical Romance inspired by her family roots.Nurse Practitioner by day.Wife, mother, writer by night.Coffee drinker--any time.
Represented by Sarah Freese, WordServe Literary