Got to love it Jacqui! You’re what they call a Die Hard or a Trooper when it comes to literary edification! Heck even though you didn’t mention it, I’m sure you prefer reading new books over clipping ya toe-nails or painting them; right? Just don’t be saying that you don’t take more interest in it over eating, at least one square meal a day! I would really get worried if you said that; because that’s Risky Business!
Now there was a fun flick; I’m a movie buff same way you’re a reader of many books, only with me its flicks; problem is for me, they don’t make many worthy ones anymore! Some I’ve seen over a dozen times!
Any of You Stoners Out There, You Take this Fine Lady’s Book Suggestions to Heart and Start Reading! Or you could end up like me; a flicker-kicker, as in a person who gets their kicks in one place or is that space; anyhow becoming more of a person who watches rather than jumping in and using one’s own imagination! After a while it gets hard to kick it! They should have come with a warning label saying that they could be hazardous to your health and quite habit forming!!!
Really Got To Love It! (reading)
I love reading. I prefer to do that than watch TV, go to the gym, floss my teeth, pay bills, or wash the laundry. I review a lot of the books I read, usually received from NetGalley, the library, or an Indie efriend, but I also buy quite a few. I collect my writing book reviews here and my education ones here. When I read, I choose thrillers, historical fiction, education (for my other passion), and then anything else.
Here are my ten favorite books read in 2021 (in alphabetic order):
- Alex Delaware series by Jonathan Kellerman
- A Wolf Called Wander by Rosanne Parry
- Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins
- Chet and Bernie Mysteries by Spencer Quinn
- Gray Man series by Mark Greaney
- Grizzly Killer series by Lane Warenski
- Just Before Sunrise by Carol Balawyder
- Keeper Tyree by Sandra Cox
- The Princess of Las Pulgas by C. Lee McKenzie
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