Whatcha Reading?

I experience this typically one to two times a week. Yes, that does mean I read that many books a year. Mostly science fiction, some fantasy (no frigging sparkly vampires!), a bit of mystery/thriller, and good zombie books as much as I can get them. Though, the one I just finished by Lisa Olsen, Angel Of Mercy, was kinda chick scifi. It was free (like tons of books I get for Kindle), and she has a couple other really good books like The Touch and Pretty Witches All In A Row. It was pretty good, she’s a great writer.

PS: I’ve started a nice gory zombie book to make up for all the feelings.

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4 Responses to “Whatcha Reading?”

  1. Gbear says:

    Rex Stout’s Nero Wolf series…again. Simpler, saner times.

  2. gitarcarver says:

    Right now (at least until tonight when it should be finished) I am reading “Thomas Jefferson’s Creme Brulee: How a Founding Father and His Slave James Hemings Introduced French Cuisine to America”

    After that, it is onto a fictional book. I try to alternate fiction and non-fiction. 🙂

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    Final book of Brandon Sanderson\Robert Jordan Wheel of Time series – A Memory of Light.

    Earlier, it was Richard Phillips’ – Second Ship series. Very excellent trilogy about inter-dimensional travel, genetic manipulation, genetic powers, and alien takeover of the Earth which is defended by 3 teens and a hired assassin. Written to the point a Phd would find it scholarly.

  4. Sadly, I rarely re-read books anymore, because I find so many on Kindle. I used to re-read all the time. Heck, I’ve probably read Starship Troopers at least 20 times, and others multiple times. About the only time now is when I can’t find anything or it really strikes me, or when a follow up us coming out.

    I used to read both at the same time a lot, yet, I tend to avoid non-fiction, except for some sales related books now. I guess I read too much news, sports, politics, opinion, and global warming stuff now. Plus, zombies!!!!

    A good series is the Indian Hill series by Mark Tufo, which you’d probably like based one what you said, GB.

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