What are you reading?

I’ve mentioned that I haven’t been reading as much as I thought I would at the start of the quarantine. But then March ended (thank God) and I went to check how many books I had actually finished and I realized that I had read four books. Okay, it might not be a ton and I’m sure there are quite a few of you that read 171 books per month. But a book a week with me not feeling like reading as well as writing and just trying to get used to the quarantine and pushing through it isn’t that bad. I am quite pleased with the number.

How many books did you read in March? More or less than usual?

I am making my way through Christina Lauren books so all four were by the author:

Sweet Filthy Boy (Wild Seasons, #1) by Christina Lauren

Josh and Hazel's Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren

Roomies by Christina Lauren

Beautiful Beginning (The Beautiful Series Book 6) - Kindle edition ...

My two favorites were Josh and Hazel’s… and Roomies.

Now I am getting close to finishing On the Rocks by Kandi Steiner. I’ve never read any of her books but I’ve heard positive reviews and when I saw a promo for a free e-copy of the book, I jumped on it. And I’m so happy I did. It won’t be the last book I read by her.

Speaking of promos… My first contemporary romance novel EQUINOX is available for 0.99 in the Kindle Store if you’re looking for your next read.

2 thoughts on “What are you reading?

  1. I think I read only one Kristina, a Lee Child ‘Jack Reacher’ novel.
    I’ve decided to limit myself to one novel a month to concentrate on other things, mainly writing – trying to finish my novella (I don’t think now it will become a novel), short stories (particularly prompted by the success of our first video chat meeting on Messenger of our writers’ club) and handwritten letters – but also other things long ignored, like playing the piano (yesterday was the first attempt in about two years: dreadful!).
    Of course I look forward to reading blog posts from those I follow closely like you; it’s a way of knowing they are basically ok.
    I’ve been upset by scenes from New Delhi as people try to escape to the country. Thank God you are protected a bit from that.
    Did I tell you that Petronela and I have been confined to our flat for 12 weeks? Thank heaven for our wonderful neighbours, keeping us supplied.
    Take care and stay safe

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