Talkin’ Books: Historical Sci-fi & Other Odds n Ends…


As I said last week…busy month. But October always is, right? In any case, I finished Dance with the Enemy,
which was good, and ended better than I thought it would. I’m waffling
on picking up the next one, but only because historical romance (well,
this is sort of historical…more sci-fi, I guess) is long by it’s very
nature, and when life is busy, I want books I can cruise through
quickly. Snack-sized, you might say. Great book though – I’d certainly
recommend it. 

I also finished Magical Misfire,
and naturally it was *better* than I remember it (because this is the
final, edited version, of course). It’s a swashbuckling adventure of
medieval and magical proportions, and actually fits quite nicely with Dance with the Enemy,
aside from the fact that it’s not a romance (but there’s romance in
it…). So…you know. Pick the both up for double the reading
pleasure…

I’ve gotten far enough in Two Graves
now that I’m peeved I haven’t been able to pick it back up in several
days. Here’s hoping the next time I get to it, I’ll have several hours
to steep myself in the story, because really, it needs me to…

Hot Secrets
is a romantic suspense I picked up for…well, nothing at the beginning
of the month, and it’s both hot, and rather suspenseful, so I’m
enjoying it very much. Again, annoyed every time I have to put it down,
which is more often than I get to pick it up these days. *sigh* Luckily,
it’s not a huge book, so I’m just about done with it, and as much as I
want the others in the series, I’ll refrain for awhile. I have a ton of
new books to read…

In short fiction, I read The Goblin Moon this week to check it out for the Month O’Screams
event on my alter-ego’s blog. I decided to just post an excerpt there,
because it’s just that much fun…people should buy it, and it’s only 99
cents (and a quick read). A perfect little “treat” for Halloween.

And
that’s it for this week…I’d like to hope I’ll have more reading time
next week, but alas, it’s not to be. Dang it. And now I have all these
great horror/suspense/thrillers on my kindle from that Month O’Screams
event just begging to be read, which is quite thrilling, really. I even
bought a zombie novel. And I’m not really keen on the whole zombie thing
either…

…though I may *be* a zombie by the end of this month…


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