This blog post includes suggestions from readers about the books they plan to read in 2021, plus a little bit of eye candy.
This year I read a total of 52 books (so far). Here's a list of my favorites.
This year, I set out to read 100 books. We are now almost 1/4 of the way through the year, and I’ve just reached the quarter mark of my reading goal with 25 books. To celebrate, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite books I’ve read this year. At the end, I’ll share … Continue reading 4 of my favorite books I’ve read this year (so far)
At the beginning of this month, I joined thousands of readers to read Reese Witherspoon’s book club pick of the month. From what I could tell, Reese chooses a lot of fun novels that her reader fans love reading together. I thought it would be fun to turn my passion for reading into one that … Continue reading Quit or continue: What to do if you don’t like the book you’re reading
Every now and then, I like to send out a reminder about the different books I've written over the years. I'm currently writing my next book (more on that later!), but for now, here are some of the books you may have missed. Click on the book titles or cover images to purchase from Amazon. … Continue reading Cheat sheet to Crissi Langwell’s books
5 more days! Hope for the Broken Girl releases Feb. 5, and completes the Hope series trilogy with the rest of Maddie and Hope's story. Are you as excited as I am??? Just a warning, this series deals with some heavy topics, including domestic violence. This is not a G-rated book. Read more about the … Continue reading Sneak peek at Hope for the Broken Girl, releasing Feb. 5
Hey everyone! I’m still around, but have been laying low as I wrap up the first draft of the sequel to Come Here, Cupcake. Spoiler alert, this may end up a trilogy. 🙂 I’m still thinking of a name for the story, but leaning toward the title Sweet Nothings. Stay tuned! In the meantime, I’ve … Continue reading Happy Holidays! Check out these books, on sale for the holidays
This week, the Argus Courier, my town’s local newspaper, featured me as their Petaluma Profile. This was a complete honor because A) it’s really hard for smalltime authors to get any kind of significant coverage in their local newspaper, B) it’s near impossible to get any kind of coverage if you actually work for the … Continue reading Hear about ‘The Road to Hope’ and upcoming series at Copperfield’s Books April 25
Too much screen time makes for a cranky Crissi. Therefore, here are 5 ways that I temporarily unplug from the world so that I can maintain my sanity.
I'm trying out the Kindle Countdown deal, and so far, so good. It's reached #27 in its category, and I've had more downloads in one day than I've had all month! Of course, a little bit of advertising doesn't hurt... 😉 If you'd like to download The Road to Hope for yourself, here's the link: … Continue reading The Road to Hope ~ 99 cents!