I have been crazy busy. Between work, having some sort of social life and going through the final stages of publishing my writer’s group anthology, I barely have time to watch my favorite ratchet television shows! So you know the struggle is real. But, what I always have time for, is reading a good book. Like many writers, I absolutely LOVE to read. I thought it’d be kind of fun to share what I’m currently reading. Now, I must warn you that I’m a little schizo with my reading. I read more than one book at a time. It all depends on my mood. If you see something you like, let’s read it together and discuss it later.
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Maggie’s Turn by Deanna Lynn Sletten
This is a great women’s fiction book about a middle-aged wife and mother of two teens finally taking time to do what she wants to do rather than what she has to do. One day she drops her daughter off at school and hits the open road. I enjoy road trip books because there are lots of opportunities for new characters to come in and out. This is a touching book about family ties and dynamics.
It Ain’t Easy Being Jazzy by Quanie Miller
If you need a good laugh you MUST, I repeat, MUST pick up the novel about the crazy adventures of Jasmine T. Peacock. I try not to read this one in public because I’m guaranteed to laugh out load at some point. Jazzy’s cousin is dating her ex-boyfriend and Jazzy is dead set on seeking revenge. Luckily, we get to come along for all of her crazy adventures.
The 21 Day Publishing Plan: From First Draft to First Sale in Three Weeks or Less! by Michelle Stimpson
This guide is written in plain-spoken English that gives the reader a clear-cut plan to self publish his or her work. From drafting, to editing tips, to cover design software and e-publishing. It’s all there. If you’re curious about the world of independent e-publishing, I strongly suggest this how-to guide. Plus, it’s written by a highly successful independent author. So she knows what she’s talking about!
The Other Sister (Sister Series #1) by Leanne Davis
In the interest of full disclosure, I actually have not started reading this one yet. But I’m salivating over it, because it sounds absolutely intriguing. It’s under promotion right now, so it’s my favorite price: free! Check it out for yourself and see if it floats your boat.
What’s in your e-reader? I’m always on the prowl for great books, so share below!