This was an interesting reading month for me. I read one book I didn’t think I would enjoy, but found it easy to read but not in an entertaining way, but one that kept my interest because it made me angry and sad for the women in it who were repeatedly lied to by their bosses and died because of it. (That is probably the longest sentence I’ve written in a long time!) What is this book? Continue reading
In March, I found myself doing some more reading. I managed to read 11 books, which is closer to my normal reading level. Continue reading
January found me a little busy with the two book signing events I prepared for, but I managed to read a few books in between. 🙂 This is also going to count for this week’s In the Writer’s House, since my newsletter went out a few days ago. I’ve had fun reading all the comments and replying to them for the giveaway! Continue reading
This month I read more nonfiction than fiction. I read four marketing related books that were all short, a really suspenseful fiction story, Continue reading
For me, July was busy. We celebrated three family birthdays, my hubby and two of my three daughters. We also worked at our Vacation Bible School (VBS) the last full week of the month. But, I still managed to read six novels and three writing related books. Continue reading
Since this is a busy time for everyone, including yours truly, this is going to be a very short writing prompt. Here it is:
I couldn’t believe that I had to write my reading wrap up post already, I almost forgot today was the last Friday of October! Wow, time does fly when you’re working on one book and trying to market another and homeschool in between and read a book or two and….well, you get the idea.