What Are You Reading?


I’m reading three books right now: Slammed by Colleen Hoover, The World According to Monsanto by Marie-Monique Robin, and my unfinished manuscript Prettiest When It’s Dying, which I hope to release in the coming weeks.  The other two I plan to review when finished.

What books have you read this year?  Anything you’d recommend as a Christmas gift?  I’d love it if you’d give the genre and a “People who liked _______ would like this book” descriptor.

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5 thoughts on “What Are You Reading?

  1. I’m reading a kids’ book by Lloyd Alexander. I love his whimsy. Gypsy Rizka. For people who like weirdness without magic.

  2. I recently finished “Raven: The Untold Story of the Rev. Jim Jones and His People” by Tim Reiterman. It is a fascinating book, full of details I’d never heard about the case. People who liked “Helter Skelter” would like “Raven”.

  3. Definitely recommend ‘The Hangman’s Daughter’ and ‘The Dark Monk: A Hangman’s Daughter Tale’ by Oliver Potzsch. I often enjoy crime novels, thrillers and mysteries, so reading one set in a relatively distant time period was a nice change of pace. Can’t exactly put my finger on it, but books written by non-USA authors are just different.
    Recently finished a couple of books Ted Dekker co-authored: ‘Kiss’ with Erin Healy and ‘House’ with Frank Peretti. Enjoyed ‘Kiss’ a bit more than ‘House.’
    Just started ‘Neptune Crossing’ by Jeffrey A. Carver. Got interested in science fiction novels again after reading Orson Scott Card’s ‘Ender’ series of books a couple of years ago. So I’m open for more recommendations.

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