November 2019, Vol. 16


In This Issue...

  1. Recent Releases
  2. Women's Fiction: Family Drama
  3. Hear Us Roar! Debut Author Podcasts

Read ON!

Welcome to WFWA's reader-focused newsletter, Read ON!

Check your inbox on the last Wednesday of every month for new women's fiction books that you'll want to read!

Check out our series of author-interview podcasts!

Debut Author Podcasts

Quick links to past episodes:


Romalyn Tilghman (To the Stars Through Difficulties)


Heather Frimmer (Bedside Manners)


Denitta Ward (Somewhere Still)


Marianne Hansen (The Unscripted Life of Lizzy Dillinger)

Find Great Books on Goodreads

Did you know all of the women’s fiction books by WFWA members are on a Goodreads shelf? You can find them here.

Recent Releases

We now have a special Monthly Highlights shelf on Goodreads, where you can get full information on the books listed below. Thanks for reading, reviewing, and sharing with your friends!

Every Last Drop 
by Sarah Robinson

Every Last Drop is the heartfelt, unflinching, and original story of how when faced with the hardest truth, we finally learn how far we will go to discover who we are before it's too late.


For more information, please visit Sarah's website.  

Women's Fiction: Family Dramas

November is a month for feasting and giving thanks, not to mention reheating leftovers and rehashing old arguments. Celebrate the more contentious side of the Thanksgiving holiday with one of these gripping Women's Fiction reads from our member authors:


Days Made of Glass

by Laura Drake




Echoes of Family

by Barbara Claypole White




The First Lie

by Virginia King




The Distance Home

by Orly Konig




Beautiful, Complicated Family

by Rosey Lee




The Language of Divorce

by Leanne Treese




Greta's Grace

by Virginia McCullough





by Debra Whiting Alexander




The Art of Enchantment

by MaryAnn Clarke Scott




More Than

by Diane Barnes




The Tiger in the House

by Jacqueline Sheehan


Hear Us Roar! Debut Author Podcast

Meet WFWA member Sarah Jones. Sarah is a graduate of the University of Tennessee (Go Vols) and has worked as an English teacher and a business writer before retiring to a lake community north of Atlanta, Georgia where she belongs to three book clubs, plays golf and tennis, lounges on the lake, and hosts dinner parties. 

Listen to the interview with Sarah.

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Kerstin March, Vice-President, Communications | [email protected]

Lainey Cameron, Vice-President, Programs | [email protected]

Robin Facer, Editor, Read ON! | [email protected]