Yay! The summer cold that I've fought for the past two weeks have finally decided to leave! Now, I can get back into my groove as far as reading and reviewing goes. I tried to keep going the first week although the words kept melding together. Last week wasn't too bad but I still slept more than I wanted. So far this week is turning out to be a pretty good one.
My Kindle app on my laptop is beginning to groan. I'm going to have to do some serious reading over the next couple of weeks to get the numbers on it down. I pick up a lot of free books from Amazon.com whenever the authors put it on sale. Needless to say, the Kindle app is wanting to stage a revolt until I get myself back in gear.
The weather's shifting toward Fall here so I imagine that I'll have plenty of nights where I'm unable to sleep. Perfect time to whip out the laptop and read while everyone else sleeps. Not to mention that I still have my community project and writing to work on. So, back into the fray, I go!
This week, I am on a quest to vanquish:
Blood Flats by Edward Trimnell
The First Rule of Swimming by Courtney Angela Brkic
A Familiar Fate by Hope McLaren
A History of Stone and Steel by Christopher Fisher
I have conquered:
Ghosts of Rosewood Asylum by Stephen Prosapio
Cemetery Lake: A Thriller by Paul Cleave
Which do you find easier to read, e-books or printed?
Until next time,