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Friday, August 29, 2014

To Be Read & Currently Reading

So I have been making a huge effort to read more and even though I know I could do more there is always something else taking up my time.  However work starts again on Monday and I will be back into a normal routine of sorts...hopefully more time to read!

Currently Reading :

Keri Artur is an author I have followed for years and it is great to see her books from way back when being re-released.

Memory Zero isn't exactly my usual read because it is quite Sci-fi but I am getting past that because once again the author does a nice Paranormal angle.
The characters are good, the plot is interesting and I am not exactly hooked but I am nearly done with the book.  Definitely one worth reading if you have been a fan of the author since the Riley Jenson books made you go wow!
Currently Listening :

Just like I couldn't resist the second and third booky in the Mudbug series I couldn't resist the fourth one.  I am really enjoying this series so I downloaded the next installment straight away as well as the fifth ;)

I haven't started this fourth installment yet but it is ready and waiting for me on my iPod.  I didn't read the blurb so I have no idea who will be the lead character in this book so I am looking forward to being surprised!

I still can't believe I didn't come across this series earlier.  I hope to get this one listened to quickly so I can listen to book five.  The I believe I am all caught up.

The Dreaded 'To Be Read' Pile :

There are a few books on this list that are ARC's I need to read and review but because they don't release for another couple of months/weeks.

Last week a few new releases I had on pre-order appeared on my Kindle!  I have already read a couple of them but I still have a couple on my pile.  It is really hard not to just read the new books and forget the rest of the 'To Be Read' Pile!

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1 comment:

Ginny said...

I like the Mudbug series. It's a fun read.