Hello again. It was a busy week for me professionally, with the formatting and publication of my latest book, which Goodreads in all its infinite wisdom added to my book goal. With as much time as I put in on that thing, I'm leaving it. I read it like 6 times for pitysakes.
I did pick up a slew of new-to-me ebooks this week. Yay. I still have 5 left - SF, Mystery, Paranormal Mystery, Historical Mystery, and Romance.
16) The Redemption Man by James Carver (3/25/22) - Suspense*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Picked up for free from the ENT newsletter.
Review: "Interesting and thrilling suspense with the kind of hard-hitting hero I appreciate. It took a little supernatural bent there toward the end, which I assume is a lead-in for subsequent novels. I didn't expect it, but it was okay. All in all, an enjoyable read. Good guys win, bad guys lose. It's all good."
15) The Breaking Point by Daphne du Maurier (3/21/22) - Suspense/Short stories - 4 stars. The author isn't new to me, natch, but I hadn't read this one before. It's not underappreciated. I picked this up in 2019 from one of the thrift store for like 50c.
Review: "Fairly interesting group of short stories. Some of them were quite good. Others were just weird. A few were weird and good. Definitely different from some of her more well known works."
14) Song of Shroud and Storm by B.E. Sanderson (3/20/22) - Epic Fantasy*# - My own book, so not rated or reviewed. I bought a copy like I always do - $4.99.
Currently reading... I got caught up in writing and other stuff, so I didn't start another book yesterday.
What did you read last week? What'cha reading now? Looking forward to anything?