I put some books together that I’m planning on reading in the next few weeks. We’ll see whether I will go through with this plan. Almost all of them I swapped at a German swap site, if you haven’t tried book swapping I recommend you give it a try. It’s cheap, you get rid of books you no longer want and eventually you will find what you were always looking for without spending a cent. The books range from non fiction, chick lit, romance and detective story to fan fic. Well, not sure whether I can classify “Mr. Darcy takes a wife” as fan fic, but it sort of is, isn’t it. I have heard so much about that book; the book has 505 reviews on amazon.com and the 5 star and 1 star reviews are more or less balanced. I must give this book a go to know what the rage or outrage is all about…
I just read this post over at Lily’s blog I love books about the Read ‘n’ review challenge hosted by MizB . The challenge is to review all the books you read in 2010, no matter how long or short the review. Sounds like a good idea to introduce other books to this blog. So far I have only been reviewing m/m fiction, a bit of variety might be in order.
While stumbling around the net I came across this short article about how bad e-books are for your brain – supposedly. Should I be worried, :-)?
This is the original (longer) article on The Christian Science Monitor.
Anesthezea from I heart paperbacks is hosting another m/m romance challenge again. The one this year was pretty productive for me, I reviewed 52+ stories. I haven’t read nearly as much as I wanted in the last few months, so I need to get back into the swing of things. Maybe the challenge will help. You will find details about it at I heart paperbacks.
These are the first few books I will read.
- “Haunted by your soul”, the second book in Marguerite Labbe’s Triquetra series
- “Reparation in blood”, the final book in the Partnership in blood series. I can’t believe I still haven’t read that one yet. Oh, it might not be the last thing we’ve heard about the vampires and wizards, Ariel said she has started on a post-war sequel, so there is some hope for more.
- “L.A. Boneyard” by P.A. Brown, a new author for me.
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