This Week in Reading #1

Wow. #1 seems like a more difficult post to write than say a #23 when I’ll hopefully have done a sort of process for what I want to say and not say. And maybe I’ll even have a reading image. Who knows? For images, check Fridays when I do Weekend Cat Blogging!

What I read this week.

  1. Takedown Twenty: A Stephanie Plum Novel  If you’re a fan, I recommend continuing. Our local community has been making giraffe jokes so the fact that there was a running joke about a giraffe on the loose was amusing. It does lack some of the earlier real laugh out loud moments, but Takedown Twenty is satisfying.
  2. The Scent of Shadows (Sign of the Zodiac, Book 1) One of my lower ratings on my Goodreads account, mostly because I didn’t like the narrator and also because of some contrived “make her more beautiful than she was before” issues that came up for me. For those who haven’t read Peterson and like urban fantasy and don’t mind their heroine’s large breasted, and tough talking with not much thought, you’ll like this. And I don’t mean to be snarky. It is a fun read.

This is pretty much all I got to this week. It’s a new start and I have a bunch of editing on my plate for Little Dog Lost, which means reading time is down.

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