33 Books Read!

Here we are at the almost three-quarter point of the year... and here I am with 33 books read!

What are you reading?

23. The Suffragette Scandal (Brothers Sinister #4) by Courtney Milan. Fiction/Historical Romance/Victorian England. 4 stars.

24. Plastic Smile (Russell's Attic #4) by SL Huang. Fiction/Science Fiction/Action/Thriller. 4 stars.

25. A Leaf on the Wind of All Hollows (Outlander #8.5) by Diana Gabaldon. Fiction/Fantasy/Historical/ Novella. 3 stars.

26. The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy by David Cannandine. Nonfiction/History/Social history/Britain. 2 stars.

27. Collecting The Constellations by Emily Steers. Fiction/Mystery/Thriller/Contemporary. 5 stars.

28. The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration by Isabel Wilkerson. Nonfiction/History/American History/African-American history/Twentieth century. 5 stars.

29. Take Off Your Pants!: Outline Your Books for Faster, Better Writing: Revised Edition by Libbie Hawker. Nonfiction/Writing. 3 stars.

30. Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary by Anita Anand. Nonfiction/ Biography/History/Feminist/India/Britain/ Nineteenth century/Twentieth century. 3 stars.

31. A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley. Fiction/Historical Fiction/Women's Historical Fiction/Dual Timeline/Action/Romance/ France/18th century. 3 stars.

32. Making It In Historical Fiction by Libbie Hawker. Nonfiction/Writing/Publishing/Historical Fiction. 3 stars.

33. Talk Sweetly To Me (Brothers Sinister #4.5) by Courtney Milan. Fiction/Historical Romance/Novella. 3 stars.


  1. Good job! You'll reach your goal with no problems, by the look of it.

  2. Yay! Look at you go! ^_^

    I love outlining! It helps keep me focused, among other things, but that's a biggie. I hope it's going well for you! ^_^ You put the wrong link in for Emily's book, by the way.

    I've decided that I'm a X-Men fan and have picked up some comic books to read. :P Plus, I decided it's time to knock another 220 page "novella" out in my Stephen King Anthology.

    1. I may have read some short books in the past two days to get me to 33 books...

      Thanks for telling me about the link--all fixed. X-Men comics? Hmm.I like comic book movies, but I don't think I've read comic book since I was a kid.

      It--the writing--wasn't going so well for me, so I picked up Libbie Hawker's book and it gave me some good ideas on outlining that I can apply to the next draft, whenever that'll be. Plus, her historical fiction book gave me some ideas for the short stories and novellas I intend to write for NaNo this year so that I can either submit or publish them next year.

  3. I've been stuck in the Agatha Raisin mystery series and having a blast. Looks like you're moving along as well. :-)

    Anna from elements of emaginette

    1. Yeah, I've been reading a lot of Courtney Milan. Can't wait to read her other books.


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