|October read- print|
I've always loved to read but over the years with CFS and commitments, my reading had dwindled. Over the last year things have been up and it's been a great boost to the soul.
Even when I wasn't reading, I continued to buy books especially by old and new favourites and writers I know personally. My TBR (to be read) piles both in print and e-book form is huge. Like Himalaya proportions (only slight exaggeration as my family can attest to).
Recently I talked about what it was like to have so many author friends and the effect it has on your TBR pile over at Eleni's Library.
I also keep lists of my yearly challenges there, as well as posting the occasional blog post about where I am up to in my reading.
|September read - audio|
You'll find posts on the Authors Beginning with A and Authors Beginning with C (no B authors on my list ATM).
By keeping these lists it keeps me on track as well as in a way making me accountable to my reading. Bestselling author Stephen King mentions in his book On Writing that a writer must read to be a writer.
I agree. Along with the medical reasons, I feel that not reading (well, not much) did affect my creativity. And I'm working on getting it back.
|September read -|
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter, #2) by J.K Rowling
- The Spider Goddess (Pandora English, #2) by Tara Moss
- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- Mr. Churchill's Secretary (Maggie Hope, #1) by Susan Elia MacNeal
- Welcome to the Jungle (The Dresden Files, #0.5) by Jim Butcher
|September read - e-book|
- Darkness Rising (Dark Angels, #2) by Keri Arthur
- The Misted Cliffs (Lost Continent, #2) by Catherine Asaro
- Rise of the Blood (Latter-Day Olympians, #3) by Lucienne Diver
- Legend of the Timekeepers(The Last Timekeepers, #0.5) by Sharon Ledwith
- Helloween by Samantha Combs
- Boy by Roald Dahl (non-fiction)
Just Finished Reading
|October read -|
- Bride by Mistake (Devil Riders #5) by Anne Gracie
- Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death (Agatha Raisin #1) by M.C. Beaton (audio)
- Guilty Pleasures, volume 2 (Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Graphic Novel #1)
- Master of Love by Catherine LaRoche (e-book)
- How to Blog a book, 2nd edition by Nina Amir (non-fiction)
And to help you feed your reading soul, comment with what you are reading currently for your chance to get a copy of my paranormal romance short story, Sealed with a Kiss.
Lise doesn’t believe in vampires. Or so she tells herself. Though, she constantly wears the garnet necklace her grandmother gave her, which wards off the creatures. Andreas, the man she’s attracted to, seems more than a little interested in it. Could there be an ulterior motive?