Saturday, April 9, 2016

Weekend Book Reviews: Rejected Writers and a Happy Dog

The Rejected Writers' Book Club by Suzanne Kelman is a fun book.  I picked it mainly for the cute cover and the unusual title.  Plus it is not my usual type of book.  Janet works at the Southlea Bay library and is pulled into an adventure courtesy of Doris and the other members of the Rejected Writer's Book Club.  This book is different which is not always a bad thing.  The plot is a bit out there and the subplots are a little silly.  This is the perfect book if you need to just lose yourself in a story.  

The Rejected Writers are a quirky, eccentric bunch of women.  Their adventures are somewhat hard to believe.  I enjoyed the fantasy of the book though and found myself laughing aloud a few times.  If you are looking for a quick easy book to read, add this one to your list.  Try not to think too much and just enjoy the adventure!

One Hundred Ways to a Happy Dog by Celia Haddon is a short book on keeping your dog happy.  While the book is easy to read, it is quite basic and does not have much in depth information.  The book would be best suited to someone new to dog ownership.

disclosure:  I received these e-books from NetGalley but was not otherwise compensated for these reviews.  All opinions are my own!

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