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One Wrong Step
Laura Griffin



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Don't look down. It could be your last move...

May 2008
On Sale: April 29, 2008
Featuring: John McAllister; Celie Wells
384 pages
ISBN: 1416537384
EAN: 9781416537380
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It’s extremely hard to believe that we are at the beginning of the second month of 2009. That leads to the question of how did your resolutions pan out so far?

Most of my self improvement resolutions have gone by the wayside, but my reading resolution to watch the personal outlay of cash for new books has held firm, though my TBR has grown a lot thanks to a great DFW Tea trade, and a very generous gift card from Amazon. I also belong to another trade site that has added a couple of books. Of all the new books in my pile only one was personally paid for with cash out of my pocket. Not bad!

Then I had resolved to participate in two more reading resolutions. One was to read the EYE SPY Challenge Word that one of my yahoo groups is doing. The word for January was Snow, and I read Not So Snow White by Donna Kauffman. While the story was enjoyable I personally liked Dear Prince Charming better.

Then I needed to read a title by the author of the month for the DFW Tea Dinner Group. January’s author was Laura Griffin, and I read her first book One Last Breath. I was totally hooked, and need to work the follow up book One Wrong Step into my reading schedule soon.

I only read 5 books in January, and I think One Last Breath was my favorite, and the one I’m going to recommend to all my friends. So, how are your book resolutions going? Got a book to recommend that shouldn’t be missed?

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1 comment posted.

Re: Sandi Shilhanek | January Reading

My Book Resoultion is off to a grea start so far this year.
(Ronica Rainge 11:08am February 2, 2009)

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