The nights are starting to draw in, and it is currently blowing a gale outside which are perfect reading conditions. It is also the middle of October and the bewitching hour is nearly upon us which got me to thinking about spooky books.
I’ve finally set up my new website as I’ve been posting my reviews up until now over on my academic site. That wasn’t very appropriate, especially when I was reviewing Tracy Lorraine’s books that have very racy covers of hunky naked men on the cover!
So I’ve just finished the 24 book challenge of books £1 or under from Amazon! I can’t believe how quickly I have read them; it’s crazy, I’m like a machine! What is even more crazy is all the new authors I am discovering along the way! I have read some fantastic books in that batch (and some real duds too!) My TBR list has exploded with my new found authors back catalogue of books!
24 Books either free from Amazon Kindle or costing £1 or under! I’ve almost finished my two reading challenges and even though I have a list of books that I would like to read I don’t want to rush through them especially with the speed I’ve been reading this year! With my holiday fast approaching I started to think about what other books I could read and started to look around for new authors. I found a number of kindle books on Amazon that were either free or that were under £1, so I decided they would make an excellent new reading challenge! So I have a list of 24 books (because for some reason I tend to read books in sets of 12) that met that criteria:
I'm running out of books to read! I’m coming to the end of the two reading challenges that I’d set myself; I only have four books left to read! I’ve been super speedy as I never expected to have them done this soon in the year so I need to start thinking of other books to read to keep me occupied so my blog posts of books might start veering off list for a little while.
I have been doing a reading challenge for the past two years, and this year I have decided to keep a blog about each of the books, as I find that as time goes on, I forget about how I feel about books that I have read. So I thought keeping a log about them would be a nice reminder. The list I get is from another blogger called the Modern Mrs Darcey, the link can be found here http://modernmrsdarcy.com/reading-challenge-2018/, and it really makes you step out of your usual comfort zone of books that you would typically read. Over the last two years, I have discovered a couple of new authors by doing the challenge and found that the books that I would have expected to hate were, in fact, the ones I enjoyed the most!