Writing a post about " Books of Interest To Me", is a first.
I'm an avid reader of...
American History, Scotland, Time Travel, and Politics.
My special interests change from time to time.
And, it is not unusual for me to read two books a week.
So let me show you what I am reading now.
A new release...
Just finished this one...and loved it.
Also read "The Winter Sea", by Susanna Kearsley, the same week as
Claire R McDougall's Veil of Time.
I must admit when it comes to fiction,
I'm addicted to historical romance novels.
So there it is...out in the open.
I insist on a "HEA".
Do you recognize that term?
Happy Ever After
A new author for me.
Not a new book,
but one I open from time to time.
I guess the unpacking of my small library,
is what has prompted this post.
I'm so Thankful
I have the freedom
to read whatever I choose.
I have just finished reading a book and will be posting soon about it. I love reading books in the fall and winter. I went to look about the one you posted "Veil of Time" and I have put that on my Christmas list to buy. It sounds wonderful. I also like time travel books.ReplyDelete
Hello Betty....I especially love the time travel back to Scotland. For me, it all ties in with my love of history.Delete
I am an avid and eclectic reader but I am completely unfamiliar with every single book in your post. I'll be looking some of them up to find out more. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I'm the same way..."avid and eclectic". I was very apprehensive about revealing my taste in books...it is so personal. Thanks for your comment.Delete
A couple of these really have an appealing title...I want to check into them later.ReplyDelete
They are not for everyone...and remember, I was just revealing my taste in books. Like Christina,(above comment) I'm an eclectic reader...If you are like me, it's fun to find a new author that I enjoy.Delete
I enjoyed The Winter Sea, she is a good author. Her father reads my old photo blog and recommended the book to me:)ReplyDelete
Well, I'd say it's a small world....glad you enjoyed the book.Delete
I am tempted by The Winter Sea. Thanks for the recommendations. I do find I get stuck into one particular kind of reading (currently quite a lot of detective fiction which is a departure for me) and I need to give myself a kick to try something else. I do read a lot as you do. I can get through three or four books a week if I give myself free rein but as you can imagine that rather precludes doing anything else!ReplyDelete
Winter is a wonderful time to read....especially when I think about your post and the word "Hygge". Thanks for stopping by...Delete