For something a little different, I’m actually making effort to force myself to have fun reading, etc, etc. So, I’m going to share my reading list with you.
I will put a * beside the books I’ve read and loved and have included in the lists so I know I’ll have SOMETHING I’ll love during the month. The Something New category was, admittedly, all books I found on Amazon that were being given away by the author. One is a reverse harem, and I will list it as (RH) next to it. I don’t normally read reverse harem, but every now and then I try something that looks interesting to see if maaayyybeee I might like it.
I am not expecting a whole lot. I just haven’t read a reverse harem I’ve liked. And that’s nothing to do with the WRITERS of the genre. I just, to date, have not enjoyed a single book of it I’ve tried. It’s just not my jam.
But the concept looked interesting, so maybe this one will become an exception.
Note: the “Something New” books were free on June 25, 2022, and I don’t know how long they’ll remain free for.
- Dead Rising – Debra Dunbar
- Witchy Reservations – Stephanie Damore
- Love Bites – Cynthia St. Aubin
- Witch Unexpected – Debbie Cassidy (RH)
- * By the Sword – Mercedes Lackey
- * Once a Princess – Sherwood Smith
- The Weight of Blood – David Dalglish
- The Price of Freedom – AC Crispin
- Cloudburst – Ryne Douglas Pearson
- Progency – RT Kaelin
If you have books you’re planning to read in July 2022, share them in the comments below! (And no self-recommendations. I read my own books all the time, but this isn’t the time nor the place to toot my horn.)
For the ‘Something Old’ category, I just went to the very end of my library and picked the first six books by different authors there, selecting one of their titles (if they had more than one) and plunking it into the TBR for July 2022.
So, what will you be reading?