First, a whole bunch of Amish books by two bestselling authors. I picked up one the other night and set it down at page 15. Sorry, but it was SO boring. I picked up the other author's and made it to page 13. I liked the writing a lot better, though the plot still seemed slow, but because I was tired I planned to pick it up the next day.
Thank goodness I was saved by the library.
I love to read Amanda Quick because of her quirky heroines and amusingly serious heroes.
Then my Barnes and Noble order came. YeeHaw!!
Beside my bed:
1. A Passion Redeemed by Julie Lessman. This is the second in the series and I'm already almost finished with it. This one seems even better than the first. Less dramatic but just as hooky and in a way, it has more depth. But that's probably just me because I'm sympathetic toward Charity. Or should I call her Scarlett? (wink, wink) Anyhow, I'm loving it!! Go CBA. In my opinion, Lessman is an author to keep an eye on.
2. Single Sashimi by Camy Tang. This is the third installment of her Sushi Series and I bought it for several reasons. A) I loved the first and second ones B) Tang is generous. I won the second book, Only Uni on a blog and when she sent it she also sent some extra books. I'm all about free books! :-) C) She helps authors out. See her Story Sensei blog.
3. Mulberry Park, by Judy Duarte. Although she's multipubbed with Harlequin, this is her first single title. I bought it because A) I wanted to support her debut Single Title, especially as it's a book close to her heart and B) Months ago on a writing link Duarte took time out of her day to exchange e-mails with me and give me some publishing tips.
So that's my pile.
For now. :-)
What's next to your bed, hogging the floor? And why?