I’ve made it easy by putting together a Reading Group Guide, found here on my website. I’ve also suggested a couple of ways you can enhance your book club experience, namely be inviting me to be a part of it. 🙂 You’ll find all those details here.
Before your book club event, you may want to check out the HER MEMORY OF MUSIC Pinterest board for some visuals as well as a couple of book-related recipes.
For my blog readers only, I would also like to make this offer: email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the date of your meeting, the number of expected participants, and BOOK CLUB in the subject line. I will send you a little bundle of swag for you and your friends. No charge to you, simply my way of saying thank you for your support!
I’d also like to thank all of you readers who are leaving kind reviews. You are the best marketing department! I very much appreciate those who have taken the time to leave positive comments on Amazon and elsewhere to encourage new readers to pick up HER MEMORY OF MUSIC. I am humbly grateful!
“I absolutely loved this book. Katherine Scott Jones hit a home run. You can’t judge a book by its title. I love mysteries and thrillers and this was both. I couldn’t put it down. I don’t write book reviews, so I hope this gets the point across; this was one of those books that I was very sorry to see end because it was a great read. I’m anxious to read her next book.” ~ Michael C. Smith
“Katherine Scott Jones’ Her Memory of Music is like a perfect recipe. The plotline includes a burned out human trafficking investigator, an equally harried single mom on the run from an abusive relationship, and a married couple made up of a spouse on the verge of a career change while both are dealing with the pain of infertility. Wow! It’s a lot to juggle but Jones does it very well. Especially considering this is her first novel. The fact that all of the action takes place within a faith-based framework solidly anchors the story. Just like that perfect recipe, Katherine Scott Jones’ writing leaves you hungry for more!” ~ Dan Salerno
“What a sweet story! Her Memory of Music was a delight to read! The story kept me hooked and unable to put down. Katherine Scott Jones is a beautiful storyteller. I highly recommend this book! It’s a great beach/vacation read!” ~ Jess Wolstenholm
“I couldn’t put this book down. It’s honest and raw and so hopeful. Katherine Scott Jones writes with compassionate authority about very difficult real-life issues facing the world today. The book was brilliant and fun and a beautiful journey– as all good stories are. 10/10 highly recommend. Once you start you won’t want to stop.” ~ Paula Hemphill
“This is a very good story and very well written. I got the book on someone’s recommendation and I was not disappointed. The story is exciting and yet very family oriented. I would highly recommend it.” ~ An Amazon Reader
Life has taught Ally Brennan to stay on her guard–even in quiet Langley-by-the-Sea. A resourceful single mom, she’s content to play her beloved viola for an audience of one, fiercely protective of the stable life she’s created for her young son. She gives no hint of secret fears, a musical career abandoned, or the man she once loved who shadows their happiness.
When a burglary threatens Ally’s peaceful existence, it thrusts her into an unlikely friendship with her neighbor Rees Davies. As their families’ lives entwine, Ally and Rees resist the attraction between them, believing a future together could not possibly work.
Then a terrible accident draws her back to the hometown she fled, forcing confrontations with those left behind. If she hopes to reclaim the life she dreams of, Ally must make peace with what she’s sacrificed–and entrust dangerous secrets to those she’s come to love.
Lyrical and layered, HER MEMORY OF MUSIC explores the burden of love and the high stakes of vulnerability.