Since last time, I've read the following:
- A Shade of Vampire (A Shade of Vampire, #1) - Bella Forrest
- Although it might be said that I'm a bit over vampires nowadays (that "I'm a dead, cold corpse" thing really doesn't turn me on), I did enjoy this read, and would even go so far as to buy subsequent books in the series to find out what happens next.
- Broken Promises (Broken, #1) - Dawn Pendleton
- This was sort of okay - I did want to read on and find out what happened, but I really couldn't stand the main character at times. Even if I could understand why she was the way she was. She was just a bit of a drama queen who made everyone else run around after her.
- muted: a short story in verse - Jessica Bell
- This story blew my mind - a mixture of pure ugliness and pure beauty, sort of like that Japanese novel I read a few years back, GROTESQUE (also one of my fave reads ever). Jessica is very talented!
- Open Minds (Mindjack, #1) - Susan Kaye Quinn
- Love this woman's writing, though this is the only book of hers I've read so far! I hear great things about her other series as well, and have some of that ready to read on my ... wait for it ... Kindle! Yes, I bought a Kindle Paperwhite recently.
And I'm currently reading:
- The Complete Fairy Tales - The Brothers Grimm
- Become (Desolation, #1) - Ali Cross
- The War of the Worlds - H.G. Wells
Now, what I want to know is, is anyone surprised that I'm still reading Grimm over two years later?
. . . Or that this is my first time reading War of the Worlds?
. . . . . . Or that it took me this long to get around to reading Ali's book?