I have "Rose Harbor in Bloom," in the e-reader version on my Nook Color. It's very good and I'm almost done.
The sequel is "Love Letters," by Debbie Macomber. I bought the (same price!) autographed hardback version of it.
We watched "Mountain Men," and next is "Ice Road Truckers."
On The History Channel, I believe, there was an ad for a series in December, which talks about John Quincy and others in Revolutionary History. It looked very good. It made it look like they focus on one character each week, but I'm unclear on that as fact. So I can't say for certain.
I enjoy e-reader books from the library, which I read in my browser. I download them, bookmark them, and can go on-line on and off throughout the day, to read. Also, for instance, at the end of Debbie Macomber's book "The Shop on Blossom Street," the info specs they had on me was that I read 810 pages and opened the e-book 9 times. It's kind of neat to read that, because those facts are interesting to me. Also, I've learned how to return e-books back to the library so other readers can read them after I do. Nancy
, Your book choices sound very good and so do the authors. I'll refer back to this page, to see the titles and authors, to search for the e-reader versions from our library. Thanks for posting the neat new reading ideas. The book by Gil McNeil sounds so GOOD!