Tuesday, March 10, 2020

What I've Read Lately

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You know what's fun about linking up to this each month and reporting what I've read?  The fact that I can actually see how much time I have to dedicate to awesome things like reading a good book when I don't waste time on nonsense like crappy television, mindless shopping, or attending events I didn't feel enthusiastic about.

Cut and Run by Mary Burton.  It didn't keep me guessing quite as much as some other thrillers I've read, but nonetheless I didn't want to put it down.  And it was quick read.  Which means I don't think the characters and stories were as developed as they could have been, but that's perfectly fine sometimes.

The Art of Inheriting Secrets by Barbara O'Neal.  Really beautifully written mystery romance but I didn't love it.  It's not my genre exactly so I didn't connect with any of the characters.  It was okay, not great, but someone who likes this type of story would probably enjoy it more than me.

Front Page Fatality by LynDee Walker.  Thrillers are my thing, what can I say.  I really liked this one, it was also a short read but with tons of twists and turns.  I enjoyed the witty writing.  Thanks Amazon Prime for the free reads, two thumbs up.

The Witch's Book of Self-Care by Arin Murphy-Hiscock.  Much more self-helps and self-care than true witchcraft but there are some witchy elements that appeal to me in it.  I would put it with beginner books but I still enjoyed the recipes.

Darknet by Matthew Mather.  I liked the two from last month so I figured I would do another from him.  This one is techy sci-fi thriller rather than total end of the world, but it's still fast paced and interesting in a 'this could maybe happen one day soon' kind of way.

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