Saturday, February 24, 2024

Suzanne Redfearn

Suzanne Redfearn is the #1 Amazon bestselling author of six novels: Where Butterflies Wander, Moment In Time, Hadley & Grace, In an Instant, No Ordinary Life, and Hush Little Baby.

Her books have been translated into twenty-four languages and have been recognized by RT Reviews, Target Recommends, Goodreads, Publisher’s Marketplace, and Kirkus Reviews.

Redfearn has been awarded Best New Fiction from Best Book Awards and has been a Goodreads Choice Awards Finalist.

Recently I asked the author about what she was reading. Redfearn's reply:
This prompt caught me at a moment when I have four books going at once, which is not entirely unusual.

On Audible, I am listening to The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. This book has been huge for a while, but I mistakenly believed it wasn’t my cup of tea. Based on the cover and title, I thought it was going to be all fluff and romance. One of my book clubs chose it, which is the reason I picked it up, and I’m very glad I did. It has surprising depth and underlying meaning. Reid is an outstanding storyteller, and I am completely caught up in the tale.

On my Kindle, I am reading The Frozen River by Ariel Lawhon (author of Code Name Helene). She is a fantastic writer and a master at writing about the past with such detail that I am completely immersed, and I feel like I’m in Maine in 1789 as I’m reading it. There’s also a surprising dash of mysticism, which I enjoy, and the protagonist is wonderful, a strong woman kicking but at a time when women in America were mostly relegated to the sidelines.

On my phone is Hector and the Search for Happiness by Francois Lelord. This book’s been out for a while, and I’m not sure how I stumbled upon it, but it’s a hoot and the perfect book for reading when I’m standing in line or sitting at the car wash. Kooky and heartwarming, I’m in love with Hector and look forward to the next time I get to join him on his quest.

On my bedside table is Jill Hannah Anderson’s latest, Closer to Home. I’ve just started this. It doesn’t release until March, so I am reading an advanced copy. So far it’s fast-paced and suspenseful. The synopsis makes me think it’s going to be a little like Safe Haven by Nicolas Sparks, suspense meets romance.
Visit Suzanne Redfearn's website, Facebook page, and Twitter perch.

Coffee with a Canine: Suzanne Redfearn and Cooper.

My Book, The Movie: Hush Little Baby.

The Page 69 Test: Hush Little Baby.

The Page 69 Test: No Ordinary Life.

My Book, The Movie: No Ordinary Life.

My Book, The Movie: In an Instant.

The Page 69 Test: In an Instant.

Q&A with Suzanne Redfearn.

My Book, The Movie: Hadley and Grace.

The Page 69 Test: Hadley & Grace.

The Page 69 Test: Moment in Time.

My Book, The Movie: Moment in Time.

--Marshal Zeringue