1. Need by Sean Michael
2. Genocidal Organ by Project Itoh
3. Dreamweaver by Tiffanie Helmer
4. Raised By Wolves: Wolves by W. A. Hoffman
5. Drawn Together by Z.A. Maxfield
6. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
7. Mark of Cain by Cash Cole
8. Not My Wolf by Eden Cole
9. Mouse Trap by Sophie Duncan
10. Forgotten Soul by Tasha D-Drake
11. Chalk Butterfly Part One by Audra Red
12. Dreams and Shadows by C. Robert Cagill
13. Love’s Evolution by Ally Blue
14. Ever After by Kim Harrison
15. The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury by Robert Kirkman and Joe Bonansinga
16. Rogue Rider by Larissa Ione
17. Tides of Memory by Sidney Sheldon and Tilly Bagshawe
18. Amaranth by Rachael Wade
19. Battle Royale by Koushun Takami
20. Mother of Wolves by Zoe Brooks
21. Erotic Diaries Of A Warlock: Book 1 of 3 by Justin Kairo
22. The Snow Queen’s Shadow by Jim Hines
23. On the Plus Side by Tabitha Vargo
24. Rogue Touch by Christine Woodward
25. She-Hulk Diaries by Marta Acosta
26. Late Night Snack by Lou Harper
27. Fantastica by Yamilla Abraham
28. Noble V: Greylancer by Hideyuki Kikuchi
29. Seduction by Lou Harper
30. Fallen Angel by DarkScribe
31. The Importance of Being Denny by Kari Gregg
32. Fire Song by Terry Millen
33. Unforgivable: Part 1 by James Fuller
34. Unforgivable 2 by James Fuller
35. Attracting Anthony by Amber Kell
36. Oleander House by Ally Blue
37. Hiding Out In His Sauna by E.C Cutler
38. Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman
39. The Girls in 3B by Valerie Taylor
40. Heart of the Dragon by Jordon L. Hawk
41. What Hides Inside by Ally Blue
42. Handle With Care by Josephine Miles
43. Drain Me Dry by Leigh Wilder
44. Addicted to the Bite by Leigh Wilder
45. In the Moonlight by Veronica Bates
46. Dragon Marked by M.J. Handy
47. Angel Falls Deep by Elmore DeVille
48. Turning Idolater by Edward C. Patterson
49. Unwanted Appeal by Kaje Harper
50. Slashback by Rob Thurman
51. The Devil Stood Up by Christine Dougherty
52. Hot Hands by Erica Pike
53. Love in the Library by J.M. Snyder
54. Dragoste Academy by Kayce Morgan
55. Lies and Consequences by Kaje Harper
56. Ditched by Lucy Felthouse
57. Phantom Lover by Norman Filler
58. Flicker by Chris Everheart
59. Abyss Deep: Star Corpsman book 2 by Ian Douglas
60. Walking Dead: Fall of the Governor part one by Robert Kirkman and Joe Bonansinga
61. Turbulence 1 by Jordan Castillo Price
62. Carrie by Stephen King
63. Apocalypse Cow by Michael Logan
64. Turbulence 1 by Jordan Castillo Price
65. Megan: Breadcrumbs for the Nasties book one by Steven Novak
66. Turbulence 2 by Jordan Castillo Price
67. Tangle: Fiction with a Twist by Nicole Kimberling
68. The Marketplace by Laura Antoniou
69. The Shining by Stephen King
70. Turbulence 3 by Jordan Castillo Price
71. Turbulence 4 by Jordan Castillo Price
72. Dr. Sleep by Stephen King
73. Turbulence 5 by Jordan Castillo Price
74. Turbulence 6 by Jordan Castillo Price
75. World War Z
76. Turbulence 7 by Jordan Castillo Price
77. Turbulence 8 by Jordan Castillo Price
78. We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
79. The Stand by Stephen King
80. Daylight Gate by Jeanette Winterson
81. Pagan Spring by G.M. Malliet
I’m not sure if I’ll make it to 100 but I’m much closer than last year!
With the holiday season barreling down upon us (QUICK EVERYONE! BUY STUFF!) and my library launching a tablet lending program, I have had the unique opportunity to read at length on several devices over just the last week.
My overall impression is that reading on a tablet is a pain in the wrist. The kind my library is circulating is the Nexus 7; which is comparable in weight to my Kindle Fire. The book I was reading on the Nexus was Dr. Sleep. That is a LOT of pages to hold that heavy tablet… If I had a choice, I would have much rather have had it on my regular Kindle or better yet my Nook, which is lighter than the lot of them.
Not only that, my eyes did NOT enjoy the backlit screen. I don’t read novels on the Kindle Fire. I use that for non-fiction books that require pictures (like cookbooks) and my daughter’s books (because kid’s books are no fun on an e-ink screen with no color). And some of those kids books are interactive. In other words, books I won’t spend an hour or more staring at. Not to mention that it’s no fun having Facebook notifications and emails popping up while you read (I could disconnect them but… Who disconnects at all these days?).
I used to have a problem with dedicated devices (i.e.: Tech that does only ONE thing like an eReader) but now I see the point much clearer than I did before. I mean, it’s cool and all to be able to Facebook, Tweet, email, play Candy Crush, AND read on the same device. Books with links embedded in them are much better on a tablet than a regular eReader but for me the point of reading is to be lost in the book. And it’s hard to do that if my wrist aches, my eyes burn, and people keep sending me effing Candy Crush requests.
To sum up, I prefer my Nook Simple Touch out of these 4 devices. I look for Nook versions of books whenever I can (and let me tell you, people: COMPARISON SHOP. There are tons of books on Amazon AND Barnes and Noble and sometimes one will be cheaper than the other). But it is very awesome that you can check out tablets from your local library. Ours come preloaded with some best sellers and I’m sure most libraries are doing the same with their tablets and eReaders. In my opinion, I would borrow the Nook. It’s kinder to your hands and your eyes.
Book Two is out!
Actually it’s been out for a couple days. And there’s no cover (that’s a placeholder)… But HEY! There it is! Because I have been sitting on this manuscript for a year and I’ll be damned if I wait one more second more than I have to.
So go! Buy! Read! And I hope you enjoy. Please review if you do!
As is very unlike me, I went to a grocery store the day before Thanksgiving on my lunch break. I went on my lunch break thinking it wouldn’t be too horrid but nope. People are already rude, impatient, frazzled, and ticked off.
This is why I avoid shopping unless I need to this time of year.
It is also why I feel the magic has gone out of this season for me. Its hard enough trying to just get through life, I don’t get why people have to make themselves miserable or bankrupt themselves or try and run people over just to get THINGS. I am already DONE with the holidays. Wake me in January. ;_;
Ever have one of those days? It can only be described as odd. You only hear the odd parts of a conversation that make you crack up out of context or say things all mixed up. I so had the dropsies. Ah well. At least there’s taco Tuesday. ;D
Tell us about the last product an advertisement convinced you to buy.
It was some kind of healing lotion. You can tell how effective it was by the fact I cannot remember what it was after I bought it and used it. :p
I am glad to report that the final round of edits is going faster than expected! I am super excited. I can’t wait to have this done so I can work on finishing up other projects.
In other news, I don’t think I’ll make the 100 books mark but I haven’t given up yet. I think I read more than last year!