So right now I have a list of books on my kindle that have all been read but I haven’t written about them. This list is an annoyance because it’s not a folder, it’s on the main page, mocking me at how far behind I am. So rather than let it keep mocking I’m going to knock them all out in one fell swoop and move on. Hold on to your seats:
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Monday, May 4, 2015
I occasionally get the book hangovers described above… but more often I suffer from the inability to start a new book because I haven’t had time to blog about the one I just finished. See if I start a new book I might lose the urgency and exact words that I want to say about the one I just finished. This is the case with Burnt Devotion and why I have put off starting a new book because there is much to say and it is urgently burning at my heart to convey how I feel.
Monday, April 20, 2015
Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell is a modern book, published in 2004, but masterfully written in the style of Jane Austen. As anyone who has read this blog for long knows, I absolutely LOVE to read Austen. She is one of my favorite authors. So how is this book different? It may have been set in Regency England and written with the same style of Austen, but it still falls into the category I typically read… Paranormal.
Sunday, March 29, 2015
A little while back I posted about a book that was a little deviation from my paranormal...umm… normal. This one goes WAY beyond that! It is almost as far off that path as it could possibly be. This is a book that isn’t even fiction, but I have to say… it may be one of the best books I’ve ever reviewed!!!
Monday, March 23, 2015
Writing has taken a backseat to a lot of things in my life lately, but reading… well, I’m not sure I could get through life without that. So what have I been reading? One of the best series I’ve read has been The Hidden Wings Series. Yep, back to Angels and Nephilim. The thing about stories like this isn’t at all whether I believe in things like them… of course I believe in Angels (and Nephilim are mentioned in the Bible but I don’t really think they’re around anymore) but I don’t think any of the stuff in these books is true.