I almost forgot to post my September reads, so I’m going to write a quick note of each book, and not the cover. Pretty soon, I’ll be posting October’s!
Since it’s crunch time for Heir Force, my reading has gone way down. In September, I only read six books.
The nonfiction titles were: Discoverability by Kristine Rusch, about how to get known as an author. I read a short book, called When Strangers Meet, by Kio Stark which is based on a TED Talk and about how we consider some people we meet as strangers, and others as instant friends, or at least people we want to get to know. It was interesting.
I read four fiction titles, Paris Spy by Susan E. MacNeal, one of my favorite WWII series; On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service by Rhys Bowen, another favorite series; Other Countries by Jo Bannister, an English mystery series I enjoy; and a sweet paperback romance about a writer looking for a model for her book’s hero, My Hero by Debbie Macomber.
That’s it for my September reading wrap up! Back to edits on Heir Force, coming next month!