Friday, April 7, 2017

What a tragic number of books read in March

This past month (that would be March) was pretty pathetic in the reading stakes

I was pleased to see one of the books I judged for the Romance Writers of America RITA awards that I gave high scores to had finalled. Always nice to know that what I think is a really great romance novel is backed up by a finals placing.

I did read Shopaholic to the Stars but have to say that I am kind of over the series. The first few Shopaholic books I just raved about but now, am not so sure.  I do, however, just love Sophie Kinsella's single title novels to bits (The Undomestic Goddess, Can You Keep A Secret? and Remember Me), so will stick with those in future. While Becky always manages to redeem herself, she is, let's face it, an unbelievably annoying character.

I read an old David Baldacci, perfect for my recent flight down country - Stone Cold, part of the Camel Club series. A fast paced thriller sure has its place on the reading pile.

I currently have a stack of good old fashioned romances (thank you library) so as the weather turns cold, it sounds about perfect to get stuck in to those and hopefully have more good books to report about in May,



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