What Are You Reading? (521)

Posted March 27, 2020 by Rowena in Features | 4 Comments

Casee: It’s self-quarantine Friday! I’m working hard trying to read, but I still have to do my actual job. I finished Wolf Rain by Nalini Singh and have started Alpha Night. I’m also still reading Lethal Game by Christine Feehan. I really need to finish that one up.

I’m listening to Gunmetal Magic by Ilona Andrews, but I haven’t been in the car much so my listening time has been limited. I am really enjoying Andrea and am looking forward to getting back to it.

Holly: I’m working remotely as much as possible right now. I thought I’d be reading a ton, but it turns out it’s actually more time consuming to work from home. Who knew? I reread Fairytale Come Alive and Complicated by Kristen Ashley, and Wildfire by Ilona Andrews (yes, again..don’t judge me). That’s it. I really want to read Dragon Unleashed by Grace Draven, so I think I’m going to reread Phoenix Unbound, the first book, as a refresher. Wish me luck? I feel like I need it.

Rowena: Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you’re all well and that you have toilet paper and water. With everything going on, not being able to leave the house and what not, you’d think that I would have read hella books but nope. I haven’t finished reading a damn thing this week. I’m watching movies and working from home. I’m also sending Ames and Holly funny memes and TikTok videos. But that’s it. I’ve started Love Hard by Nalini Singh but I’ve only read bits and pieces of it, in short spurts. My mind won’t slow down long enough to retain what I’m reading so I’m not even paying attention to what is going on. I hope this goes away because I want to read again. Wish me luck.

What are you reading this week? Any new favorites or books that drove you crazy? If you aren’t reading, what are you doing to stay sane during the quarantine? Share!

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4 responses to “What Are You Reading? (521)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I read (and enjoyed) two books by Julie Kriss: HOW TO DATE YOUR BROTHER’S BEST FRIEND (previously titled BAD BOYFRIEND) and HOW TO DATE THE GUY YOU HATE (previously titled BAD WEDDING). Sort of N/A, but with characters who did not go to college but instead joined the military or worked at service industry jobs, but still continued pursuing their interests and hobbies.

  2. Kareni

    It’s crazy times indeed. Wishing everyone well.

    Since last time ~

    — a short contemporary romance, Ghostwriter of Christmas Past by TA Moore. Yes, clearly March is the obvious time to read a Christmas inspired story! It was a pleasant story but not something I’ll be quick to reread.
    — a couple of science fiction books: Ascending (The Vardeshi Saga Book 1) and Bright Shards (The Vardeshi Saga Book 2) by Meg Pechenick. I enjoyed them both and look forward to the next book in the series.
    — Headliners by Lucy Parker. I enjoyed this contemporary romance and imagine I will reread it at some point.

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