Not much reading this week. I'm writing again, so reading tends to fall away.
I did download two new books - an underappreciated 2nd book mystery (where I've already read the first) and a romantic suspense set in India.
And here goes the short list:
12) Dial P for Poison by Zara Keane (2/8/19) - Cozy Mystery* - 5 stars. New to me but not underappreciated. I knew that going in, but it sounded like it would be fun so I snatched it up anyway. Got this on a freebie day.
Review: "Super cute and so much fun!"
11) Agent of Enchantment (Dark Fae FBI #1) by CN Crawford (2/7/19) - Paranormal Suspense* - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated. Got this for 99c back in December.
Review: "Oooo, so good! An awesome suspense wrapped upped in a gritty urban
fantasy with an undercurrent of potential romance skimming along
beneath. Three great tastes that taste great together. ;o) With an end
that didn't feel so much a cliffhanger as an awesome hook that makes me
want to read more. Gimme gimme gimme."
Haven't decided what to read next. My Kindle needed a recharge last night and then I needed to write and THEN, of course, Live PD was on. Maybe I'll start that zombie apocalypse. Haven't done one of those in a while. Or maybe I'll find a paperback to read.
Something occurred to me the other day so I thought I'd put in a short disclaimer. I don't get books because people have sent them to me and want me to review them. No one has asked yet, but I'd rather they didn't. I choose books that interest me, and I never know on any given day what kinds of books that will be. So, asking me to review a book would be a waste of time. I might be interested, I might not. I might be interested now, but by the time I get around to looking for a book to read, I might not be into that genre. I might not be interested now, but something might spark me later. I never know ahead of time. :shrug:
Also, I could've sworn some of these new-to-me books were underappreciated when I downloaded them, but since I didn't get to them that quick, they have since become more appreciated. Good for them. I'll keep sprinkling my fairy dust and reading new things.
I hope you all had a good reading week last week. Here's to a good week ahead!