Feb 21, 2014

What I'm Reading

Once again I had another of those weeks where I didn't get a lot of reading done, unless you count my own book which I re-read after I finished re-writing it. ;-)

Electronic Books

I managed to get another couple of chapters read on The Cobweb Bride by Vera Nazarian, and I'm finding it very interesting, the way all these different characters are dealing with the whole not being able to die thing.

Have not yet returned to Mr. Love by Sally Mason, but it's patiently waiting for me.

I still can't find Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. And I was in the mood for something completely different and opened up a couple of other books to check them out and now they've disappeared as well. I suspect what's happening is that when I go out of them they go to the end of the line, which is about 130 pages long. So mental note: if I'm going to start something new I need to move it into a folder before I start reading it.

And I know what you're going to say. "Why don't you do a search for these books?" There's two reasons for this. One, I can't remember what the new ones are called, and two, I've got so many books on my Kindle that a search throws it into a spasm and it freezes right up. So, like I said. I'll just have to remember to move books I want to keep track of into a folder.

Tree Books

I read a few more stories in The Mammoth Book of Time Travel Romance - Twenty Stories of Timeless True Love. And I freely admit that I skipped ahead to read Last Thorsday Night by Holly Lisle, and I swear I've read it someplace before . . .


I'm still plugging away at Sword and Sorceress III and have another couple of stories under my belt.

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If you're looking for something a little different to read . . . there's still time to enter the Goodreads Contest for a chance to win one of five copies of Alex Westhaven's Sprouted.

How does your garden grow? Amelia has a secret for growing the prettiest flowers and the biggest veggies, but she's getting older. Will her secret be lost before she finds someone who can handle the intricate nature of her legacy?

Trust me, you'll never look at a Chia Pet the same way again!

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