Here are some books I’m reading and my thoughts on them so far…
- For the Wolf (The Wilderwood #1) by Hannah Whitten. As of this writing, I’m only a couple chapters in, but I’m intrigued. The pacing is a bit slow, but I get that it’s meant to build dread in the reader.
- Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir. The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August was a tough act to follow, which is why I’m a bit stalled on this one. Don’t get me wrong: it is FASCINATING and awesome and I will finish it. I just need a breather from sci-fi, methinks.
- Sing Me Forgotten by Jessica S. Olson. I’m having trouble getting into this one. It’s probably just the mood I’m in. The premise is really cool, so I’m going to keep going…after I finish some other books first.
- Harley Merlin and the Cult of Eris (Harley Merlin #6) by Bella Forrest. I keep forget I’m reading this one, lol! I left off at tense moment in the book, one that could give the good guys away–EEK!
- Platform Mastery by Nick Thacker. Non-fiction. It’s not offering many new insights, but the ones that it does serve up–BAM! If you are an author, I recommend giving this one a look. I got it on sale for 99 cents.
- Writing Killer Cover Copy by Elana Johnson. More non-fiction. It’s good so far. I need all the help I can get with cover copy!
- Writing Unforgettable Characters by James Scott Bell. What can I say, I’m a Bell fan. He writes in a way that I can easily understand and take in.
- Writing and Marketing Systems by Elana Johnson. I don’t think this will be very helpful for me at the moment. Might DNF.
- Elements of Fiction Writing – Conflict and Suspense by James Scott Bell. I need to get back to this one. As always, Bell is fantastic at explaining concepts.
What are YOU reading? Anything you care to recommend? I’d love to hear from you 😀
Keep your nose in a book,
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