An interesting side effect of becoming an author was being introduced to other authors who haven't made it to the big time yet. And that means finding a ton of books just waiting to be read.
So while I can't say I have a reading list for the year, I do have more than a few books lined up to be read. In a way, I'm hesitant to even reveal my list, because I'm half- afraid I'm going to accidentally miss mentioning someone who deserves to be listed. I'm also worried that the list could go on forever. So if I know you, and your name isn't on the list, please forgive me!
First up, Cornelia Amiri. Cornelia writes an interesting mix of steampunk and stories based on myths and legends.. (Not necessarily in the same book!) She just released a compilation of stories called Cogs and Kismet. I've got the set, and need to find time to read it! You can purchase it on Amazon, Cogs and Kismet
Another book on my TBR list is another new release, Burn, by Dawn Altieri. I actually helped to critique an early version of this story, so I'm excited to see how it turned out. It's a romance and I'm a sucker for a happy ending. You can get it here: Burn
Of course I need to mention the other authors who do the hope. PJ Fiala's motorcycle series ans well as her new Chandler County stories. I've got to find time to read this one.
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Then there are Stevie Turner and Lela Markham and K. Williams. Hopefully they are participating in the blog this week, and you can discover their books by following the links below.
But there's a book I hope you will add to your own list for the year. I just released The Baron's Cufflinks, the third book in the Oak Grove Mysteries, and Harmony is up to her normal antics. It took be a long time to get this book written and polished, and I hope you'll enjoy it. You can find the links of where it's for sale here: The Baron's Cufflinks.
I'm looking forward to seeing what the other authors are reading, and seeing what I need to add to my list!
May 8, 2017 – Do You Have A Reading List For The Year? What is it and why?
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