New York, NY, July 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Fran Briggs, journalist and Director of Operations of eMediaCampaigns!, has announced The Best Of Summer Reading 2014, Part II. It is the second of three exciting lists which puts the spotlight on talented and distinguished authors.
“The Best of Summer Reading 2014, Part II helps enthusiastic readers make quality decisions as it pertains to their reading choices—especially considering the innumerable choices on the market," says Briggs.
“Take a journey to exotic countries; come face-to-face with forces of nature—or the man or woman of your dreams; add to your intellect, and more. These gems not only promote literacy, they also showcase the talents of 10 more authors who are capturing the attention of readers who enjoy a mass appeal of genres."
16. "Everything I Never Told You." Celeste Ng's debut novel (Penguin Press)
The death of a mixed-race teenager sheds light on the weight of parental expectations and the role of identity. http://www.amazon.com
17. "True Colors" (Astraea Press Publishing) by Krysten Lindsay Hager
Landry Albright gets pushed into trying out for the American Ingénue reality show modeling competition with her two best friends. http://www.amazon.com
18. "Many Strange Women," Book One of the Sins of the Flesh series. (eLectio Publishing) by Parker J. Cole
Solomon Greene wanted an ugly wife. Celeste Martin wanted a man to be her husband. They both got more than they bargained for. http://www.amazon.com
19. "From the Barrio to the Board Room" (Round Table Companies) by Robert Renteria
Don't let where you came from dictate who you are, but let it be part of who you become. Renteria http://www.fromthebarrio.com
20. "Black Bear Lake" (CreateSpace) by Leslie Liautaud.
40-year-old stock broker, Adam Craig travels to his childhood family compound on Black Bear Lake with hopes of reconciling with his past. http://www.amazon.com
21. "Give Me Grace" (Kate McCarthy) by Kate McCarthy
Despite the friends, women, and the muscle car he spent years restoring, Casey Daniels' past still eats away at him. http://www.amazon.com
22. "Life's What You Make It" (Kia Ora Books) by Theresa Troutman
Sebastian struggles to find self-discipline and a purpose to turn his life around. http://www.amazon.com
23. "Tougher Than the Rest" (Avalanche Ranch Press) by Shirleen Davies
Niall MacLaren is a widower and single father focused on building MacLaren ranch into the largest in northern Arizona. He's serious about two things—his responsibility to family and his future marriage. http://www.amazon.com
24. "A Few Tales of the Rail" (Book Turner) by Othello F. Andrews
800,000 quick-witted Americans, whose brain and brawn watch over our commerce, guard us safely on journeys of pleasure and sorrow. A collection of humorous anecdotes on traveling the railroads. www.read.gov
25. "First One Down" (R. J. Belle Books) by R. J. Belle Cold Case Detective, Paul Sutton is given another chance to solve the case that has tormented him for almost two years. http://www.amazon.com