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Reading Links…12/6/16


Reading Links…12/6/16

Traci Kenworth



  1. Sequel to Catching Feathers in the Wind. Can Earth be turned into a Utopia?
  2. Madelyn’s desperate enough to take any job, but is she prepared to be the bearer of two men’s destinies?
  3. Book Three of the Ambeth Chronicles: Hills and Valleys.
  4. Two science fiction novels.



  1. When Hadley loses everything, can wishes get everything back?
  2. In a world ruled by magic, she was born to break everything.
  3. Erica M. Chapman. Teach Me to Forget.
  4. A world in which the Library of Alexandria survived!!
  5. Seventeen-year-old Flora Banks has no short term memory.


Romance/Women’s Fiction:

  1. It’s funny how a little piece of paper can change your life, a diploma, a ticket…a plain, white envelope.
  2. Indie writer Sarina Bowen. 2016 Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy.
  3. Amity finds herself in a triangle.
  4. Do you know what hearing loss sounds like?
  5. A Smokey Mountain romance.





  1. Similar to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.



  1. A fragmented nightmare and a heartbreaking allegory you won’t forget anytime soon.
  2. A brutal encounter with a serial killer.
  3. Scorched Shadows.
  4. More than what is on the surface.
  5. Creepy and dark while maintaining an offbeat sense of humor.
  6. A teen eager to make cash stars in a no-budget horror film.
  7. When his sister returns from a famous Los Angeles hotel a shell of the artist she was, a therapist goes to investigate.



  1. What if you woke up and were told you butchered your family? In the vein of Westworld.
  2. In all categories.
  3. Here are the winners.
  4. Tall Oaks author.
  5. The Strongest Steel—Harper never expected to find herself standing outside a tattoo parlor at one in the morning.
  6. An intense stalker—Run Kate, run!!
  7. As both killer and victim, Cara is unforgettable.
  8. The Scottish village provides a retreat, until the threats begin.
  9. When a bounty hunter is forced to take her daughter along on a job, things go bad.


Short Stories/Anthologies/Novella:

  1. Flash fiction anthology.
  2. Uncollected anthologies.





  1. A survival guide for life.
  2. Portabellas series.



  1. Learn how to haunt your reader with powerful, chilling tales.




I write YA as Traci Kenworth. I also write romance as Loleta Abi.

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