Share The Books

I recently joined a group of authors sharing/exchanging ideas about their writing experiences. I learned a great deal from these people but one of the best ideas I heard was this one:

In her blog, Angela shares 5 novels with her fans on a weekly basis. The first thing that came to mind as I read about that is the wonderful support I’ve had from so many authors since I began writing. I decided to “copy” her idea. I guess it’s time for me to pay it forward.

However, I’m so wrapped up in my WIP (Work in Progress), I can’t promise I will do this weekly. But I’ll try. I also want to go about it a little differently. I’ll start with 1 author, sharing a little bio/bibliography. So without further ado, I’m sharing the books of:

Davis Bunn



What got me AND kept me reading Davis Bunn’s novels is that Christian faith plays a role in his stories.  And for me, as a reader, that’s important.

Fabulous American author, Davis Bunn writes different genres, such as historical fiction and legal thrillers. The latter, his Marcus Glenwood Series, was actually what inspired me to take my writing seriously a few years back. After emailing and telling him how much I enjoyed his series, he replied with great words of encouragement.

His newest release, Unlimited comes out September 1. For more information on this and his other novels, check the Books page on Davis’s site.

For those who are new to my blog, I do want to share and highly recommend the series that inspired me.

great divide



The Great Divide (2001)




   Drummer in the Dark (2001)

winner take all

and Winner Take All (2003)



are fantastic page-turners that will keep you on the edge of your seat.  Follow this link to find these and other great novels by Davis Bunn.

Until next time, Happy reading!


8 thoughts on “Share The Books

    • True, Sarah, it is interesting to see how people get inspired. My mother was probably my first inspiration when I was a teenager, as she was a reporter for the local newspaper, but at that time, I didn’t take writing seriously. It’s like she planted the seed. Others helped to make it grow. 🙂

  1. I always pay closer attention to recommendations from other writers. Thanks for mentioning these books. I’m also always on the look out for a good book or new author.

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