Sunday, November 23, 2014

What Are Reading?

I started this post while Dad was in the hospital. I thought that I would be spending a lot of time sitting with him and because he dozed a lot I would have time to get in some reading. Sharing what I read through the week was a planned cathartic activity to get my mind off things while he recovered. As you know he didn't, passing away shortly afterwards.

With the original purpose gone I briefly considered dropping the Sunday post. Nobody really cares what I read anyway and the activity was to be an outlet for me. If others joined in, great! But if not, okay.

Now I believe I will continue with the weekly post. It's still fun. Still cathartic. And a time to think about my dad.

My rules are still the same:  I won't talk negatively about the books I post here. I won't give star ratings or a review. This is me saying, "Hey! I read this and liked it." If y'all have something that you liked, and wanted to give a shout out to then by all means, go for it.

Saving Liam by Sasha L. Miller (audio)
Midsummer Moon by Megan Derr (audio)
Midsummer Curse by Megan Derr (audio)
Midsummer Law by Megan Derr (audio)
Trick of Light by Rob Thurman (audio)
Texas and Tarantulas by Bailey Bradford
Off Course by Bailey Bradford
The Whore of New Slum by TA Chase
Healing Minds by M.D. Grimm
Hunter and Hunted by M.D. Grimm
Cast the First Stone by Katherine Halle
Lukos Heat by Megan Derr
Diventando: The Vessel by JC Wallace
A Taste of Copper by Elin Gregory
Blue Mountain by Cardeno C.


  1. I've read several of those too. Diventando: The Vessel by JC Wallace is next on the TBR list lol.

    1. Been gobbling up the shifter and paranormal stories. I'm not ready for the holiday ones yet. :-D

  2. Oh ~ I so loved Saving Liam by Sasha L. Miller too. On of my favorite of hers. LOL...

    Recently I've been reading the whole Assassin/Shifter series by Sandrine Gasq-Dion.
    I'm finally on book 16! lol... phew~ LONG series but I'm really loving it! :D

    1. Wow! The assissin/shifter series is like 30 books long! You go girl! I have to admit that I had already read Saving Liam several time but couldn't help myself I noticed it was on audio. :D