7. Sweetwater Creek by Anne Rivers Siddon. [Thought I may have read it before. May have started the book, but never finished it. Not the ending I was looking for, seemed to be left somewhat unfinished, too quick of an ending, too much left unsaid / unresolved. Not what I expect from this author, after reading so many of her works.]I'm going to aim for 12 books this year -- one a month. I was an avid reader, prior to my husband's death in mid-2014. At that time, my concentration went out the window and has been hard to regain. I did a lot of reading as part of my job (and still do, but I'm now only working 1/4 time), but that has not transferred to leisure reading. I think I made it through 3 books last year. And I need to work on improving that in 2021.
1. Hannah, Kristin. Home Again.
2. Shari LaPena. Someone We Know. Started it, not going to finish it. Not my genre ... not worth any more time.
3. Tobin McClain, Lee. Cottage at the Beach.
4. Woodson Harvey, Kristy. The Secret to Southern Charm.
5. Bond, Lisa. A to Z Canning and Preserving for the Beginner (e-book)
6. Halford, Simon. Canning & Preserving Food for Weight Loss (e-book)