Shelf Pleasure Book Club – Week of December 1st


Hi Fellow Book Club Readers!

Are you into yoga? Are you into mysteries? If you answered yes to even one of these questions then you must visit Shelf Pleasure this week and meet author Tracy Weber, a yoga devotee who hates the smell of incense and would rather chug jalapeño margaritas than sip mugs of chai tea. Oh, and she writes murder mysteries whose protagonist is a yoga teacher who, you guessed it, solves crime. Tracy reveals the inspiration behind her light-hearted and funny Downward Dog mystery series.

We also welcome author Hanna Martine who shares the books currently on her reading list, fantasy titles filled with romance. It’s a hot genre and you may want to check out one of these steamy reads.


The can’t-miss stories on Shelf Pleasure this week:

Yoga Can Be Murder By Tracy Weber
Find out why this author combines yoga—a practice designed to promote inner peace—with murder in her fun new mystery series.

My Nightstand, My Corner of the Bedroom By Hanna Martine
In honor of Martine’s new contemporary romance, The Good Chase, she shares the books filling her corner of the bedroom.

New Releases
After a long weekend of holiday festivities, we’re going to take some time for ourselves and check out this week’s best new releases.


As for our Personal Reading…

After weeks of serious reads, Stacy is settling in with Tom Clancy’s latest Jack Ryan thriller Full Force and Effect (really written by Mark Greaney). It’s a page-turner full of action and suspense as the US finds itself in a fierce battle with North Korea. As the tension escalates and the threat of nuclear war grows more real, Jack Ryan is in a race to save the world!

Kristen is reading Shirley Jackson’s final novel, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, for her personal book club. A haunting murder mystery surrounding two reclusive sisters and their uncle, this is one she can’t wait to discuss with friends.

Happy reading!