Lost in the library: what to read next?
Updated: Mar 10, 2021
“Of course I'd love you to ask your librarian to order my book to keep on their shelves. Beyond that, I think everyone has their favorite genre's they are drawn to. All I ask is that you continue to read...read...and read some more!”
As a writer of what I have coined as romerotica , a sub genre of romance mixed in with gentle erotica, those are the books I am most drawn to for a good read. I tend to go for happy ever after endings, but I can deal with an ending with the hint of a happy ever after.
If you are struggling with trying to nail down the sort of book you might like to read, your local librarian is an excellent source of assistance.
If you are too shy to ask for help, then become a happy wanderer and roam the library at will. When you come to the various sections, pull a book from the shelf , open it and read the flyleaf. If it seem like something you'd like to read, check it out. Continue through the various sections and take a few different genre's home. Eventually you will figure out what you are drawn too. A word of caution though; don't become too genre centric. Try reading into other genre's and develop a broad reading range.
I recently read the last book of the Breakthrough series. There are currently five books in Michael Grumley' series, this last one is Mosaic. They are a little sci-fi, and little romantic, a little thriller, and a totally absorbing read. I encourage you to give Michael's series a try.
Dawn Lee McKenna's Lost Coast series is a small town detective series that I discovered by accident, looking for books written from a small Florida town perspective. Word of caution...they will hook you!
Happy readying and support and enjoy your local library!
March 10, 2021
Hello my friends.
Hopefully this finds you well. That is not a certain thing these days. But I did want to up date you on what I am read these days.
I have fallen in love with Kristy Greenwoods work. Always funny and quirky characters that you will embrace.
Michael Grumley has just published his current (and I hope not last) book in the Breakthrough series. I haven't read it yet as I have been working on my current book, and with his, I need to have non divided attention as well as being able to stay up reading well past my usual bedtime, as I always find his work riveting.
What are you all reading. Let me know!