I'm trying out a new format for these posts this week. Let me know what you think - if anything is boring or you just don't give a hoot, that sort of thing.
I didn't get a boatload of reading done, even though I was down with a cold. Wearing my glasses was making me sneeze worse. Pressure on the bridge of my nose and all that. Gah.
Books Obtained: a SF, a paranormal suspense, a thriller, a paranormal mystery, and a suspense (all free). And a romantic suspense by an Indian author just for something different - $1.99. I've started a spreadsheet that tracks what books I downloaded, how much I paid for them, and where I found them. Now if I can only remember to update the spreadsheet. ;o)
Recently obtained books left to read: MG urban fantasy, horror, and 2 mysteries. So, yeah, now I have like ten unread ebooks. I need to either stop downloading books or read faster. ;o)
14) Mind of a Killer by Dan Padavona (2/14/19) - Suspense*# - 4 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Picked up for 99c off the Book Adrenaline newsletter.
characters, gripping suspense. I just felt like it was over too soon. I
guess I'm used to a good suspense being more drawn out."
13) Evonne and Vraag: Bounty Hunters by Jeremy Hayes (2/10/19) - Fantasy*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. This is the last of the books I picked up in December. It was free.
It's more like two stories - the background of Evonne the pirate and
the background of Vraag the half-ogre - that eventually merge together
and become one. Definitely a fun read, though."
2/10/19 - MG urban fantasy - read about three pages worth and stopped. I just wasn't in the mood for it at that time. Frankly, I only started it because I forgot what genre it was. Setting this one aside for later.
Currently reading: an MG fantasy. Claims it's like Harry Potter meets Fablehaven. With genies. It's got a totally different mythology than my genies, which is kind of jarring for me. But so far, so good.
And that's it for me. What did your week in reading look like?