Bridgette Whitt

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More Numbers Every Day: How Data, Stats, and Figures Control Our Lives and How To Set Ourselves Free

This book is recommended for those interested in self-help, mathematics, and statistics.

Hanging Out: The Radical Power of Killing Time

This book is recommended for those interested in social theory, time management, and relationships.

Rich in Your Love

With a good mix of romance, comedy, and redemption, the second “Tickled Pink” story, after The One Who Loves You, is recommended for romance readers who appreciate new beginnings in a small town.

How We Grow Through What We Go Through: Self-Compassion Practices for Post-Traumatic Growth

This book is recommended for those interested in self-help, trauma responses, personal growth, and psychology.

The Next Best Day

This charming and emotional stand-alone story from Sala (The Best of Me) is recommended for readers who appreciate contemporary romances with small-town Southern settings.

All I Want for Christmas

Knox’s (the alias of writing duo Karma Brown and Marissa Stapley) latest holiday novel after The Holiday Swap is an enjoyable read with the perfect mix of country music, romance, family, and heart.

How Do We Know Ourselves? Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind

This book is highly recommended for those interested in psychology, self-help, reflections, and the desire to understand society.

Ruby Fever

This paranormal is a fun read full of magical battles and intrigue that keeps the action coming.

The Best Is Yet To Come

Macomber’s latest is a wonderful inspirational read that has just enough romance as the characters heal their painful emotional wounds. Recommended for readers who like inspirational stories, contemporary romance, and Sandra Brown novels.

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