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It’s Friday, Again…What Are You Reading?


Time once more to find out what everyone is reading this week. Me, I’m doing double duty, trying to catch up after having been sick for over two weeks. I was way behind on clearing out my TBR stack, anyway, and now I have to read two books at once to make up for it. πŸ˜€ Okay, I know that’s really not any faster, but sometimes, it’s fun. I’m half way through Anna Celeste Burke’s latest Desert Cities Mystery, A Dead Sister, and well into the newest Chicagoland Vampires book by Chloe Neill, Blood Games. It’s kind of nice reading a “normal” mystery in the morning, and switching to the world of vampire intrigue (and love, of course…let’s not forget the uber-sexy Ethan Sullivan & his Cadogan house Sentinel, Merit) at night.

Now it’s your turn. Stop by and tell us what YOU’RE reading this week. Inquiring minds wanna know. Come on, now…tell!!


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13 thoughts on “It’s Friday, Again…What Are You Reading?

  1. I’m reading Only the Innocent by Rachel Abbott. It’s a mystery about a woman whose husband is murdered but to prove her innocence she’d have to reveal a lot of dark secrets. I’m about three quarters of the way through and very much enjoying it.


    • Hi, Callum! Nice to see you here, today. Just checked out Only the Innocent, and it sounds pretty interesting. Have added it to my To Be Read list. (Of course, I’m going to have to live to be 135 to finish everything on that list, but I keep chipping away at it.) Let us know how you enjoy the book. I’m going to be checking out Rachel Abbott later. It appears she has learned how to market indie books very, very successfully. Perhaps she has advice for newbies like me.

      Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend!


  2. I’m reading How to Tell Toledo from the Night Sky, which is about these two women who agreed to raise their kids–born on the same day–as soul mates. and what happens when the kids finally meet as adults.

    Blood Games hasn’t found its way to the library yet, but I hope I’ll be reading it soon.


    • Oooh, Toledo sounds very interesting. And I think you’ll enjoy Blood Games. I’m a bit prejudiced, I imagine, because I could read about Ethan for hours and hours, but Merit has a very important role in this, as well, and they are so good together. Things are heating up on the political front, too, with Cadogan House and the GP, and Darius…in unexpected ways, I might add. Can’t wait to see how it turns out. I’ll be interested in what you think, and I hope to finish both of my books this weekend, so I can start Magic Breaks. The title sounds so ominous. 😯

      Thanks for stopping by, Caitlin. Always fun to see what you’re reading.


  3. burke59 on said:

    Glad you’re reading A DEAD SISTER…I just finished my brainy brother in law’s book, “After Leo Strauss,” part memoir, part philosophical treatise, interesting. I’m reading several other things, too. I’m so backed up on my TBR list. Cheers!


    • I’m enjoying A Dead Sister, Celeste. I think you upped your game on this one, too. πŸ™‚ Glad you finished After Leo Strauss and found it interesting. As for the TBR stack…does anyone EVER catch up? Somehow, I doubt it. πŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend.


  4. burke59 on said:

    I think the little rascals on my TBR are up to some hanky-panky…reproducing on their own when I’m not looking. Maybe it’s just that fact that there are so many productive writers out there and it’s so easy to add a new book. Could be that I’m putting books on the list even in my sleep now. Hope you have a good week end too.


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