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09 December 2015 @ 02:25 pm
[media] Wednesday Reading  
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What I've Read

THE FIXER by Jennifer Lynn Barnes: Oh, god, it was so good you guys, so much fun, and super entertaining. I find something incredibly soothing and pleasing about JLB's books, and I can't wait to read the sequel to this one. (It was a two book year for her, and I hope that continues, because YES PLEASE.)

What I'm Currently Reading

LISEY’S STORY by Stephen King: Still working my way through this one, though this past week didn't involve a lot of reading time. (The holidays are coming, plus I have a couple short writing projects I'm trying to get done before the end of the year.)

THE HAPPINESS PROJECT by Gretchen Rubin: This is the second time I've read this book just this year. I generally like Rubin's writing, but there are so many times I end up rolling my eyes because her perspective is -- well, she's a rich straight white woman, so. There are many things she says in her writing which she doesn't mean as harm, but. I still think there are really useful things to take away from her writing.

What I'll Read Next

DAUGHTERS UNTO DEVILS by Amy Lukavics: I'm hearing great things about this book, and that cover is amazingly creepy.

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bewizebewize on December 11th, 2015 01:28 pm (UTC)
I just pre-ordered Daughters Unto Devils. It looked awesome. Thanks for the recommendation. :)
Carla M. Leecarlamlee on December 12th, 2015 08:26 pm (UTC)
I hope you enjoy it! I ended up finishing it basically in one sitting, at night, in the dark, and I really loved the horror of it. I'll be looking for this author's next book.
bewizebewize on December 14th, 2015 02:05 pm (UTC)
Thanks again! I'm looking forward to it. I have a soft spot for horror novels, even though I don't much care for horror movies. :)