An amazing reading year, This year, I took a peek and fell in love with several new genres. I gave women's fiction, contemporary romance, military thriller, legal thriller, nonfiction (autobiography > memoir), and even children's books a try!
Month: December 2020
Anthologies/Multiple Authors Bibliomysteries by Jeffery Deaver, C.J. Box, Ken Bruen, Reed Farrel Coleman, Peter Blauner, Thomas H. Cook, Loren D. Estlemen, William Link, Laura Lippman, Anne Perry, Mickey Spillane & Max Allan Collins, Andrew Taylor, and David Bell Neo Cyberpunk: The Anthology by Anna Mocikat, Matthew A. Goodwin, Marlin Seigman, Elias J. Hurst, Jon Richter, … Continue reading Book Reviews by Author
It’s Teaser Tuesday! A weekly bookish meme hosted by The Purple Booker where all you have to do is to grab your current read, pick a random page, and select a non-spoiler sentence or two (from somewhere on that page) to share! If you enjoy the teaser, you might even want to add it to your own … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday 12-15-20
To me, there’s two kinds of good: the "devoured in a single sitting good" and the “I want to savor every page" good and Red Hail was the latter. Book Name: Red HailSeries: Standalone Book: N/AAuthor: Jamie KillenBook Type: Ebook > Kindle Obtained: Review RequestPages: 356Genre: Mystery, Mystery Thriller, Sci-FiRating: 5/5 A copy of this book … Continue reading Red Hail [Book Review]
Currently Listening to: Welcome Back 20's - Electro Swing Mix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtepWkaakhk Every now and then, I come across a question or poll about readers' favorite reading format (Physicals [HC v. PB] , Digital, or Audio) and while my eyes tell me that hardcovers are the prettiest and are my "favorite", I often change my mind … Continue reading Favorite Things About Book Formats