So, I'm really looking forward to the nights where it gets so cold, I put my electric blanket on, jump into bed with my little Cavoodle Brandy curled against my side and I can pull out my trusty Kindle and begin reading all the books that have been sitting unread while I've been trying to finish my current contracts.
So what's on my list? It's a real mixture of historical, paranormal and contemporary romance. The odd biography which I love reading, and funnily enough the odd thriller. I do write suspense in my historical romances and I like a bit of mystery.
I must admit that my Kindle has over 800 books on it that I have not yet read. I always laugh when I go to buy a book and Amazon, thank goodness, tells that I've already bought it. It shows how buying patterns have changed with digital books. You just would never have bought 800 books before you realized you have far too many. The shelves at home would have overflowed. However, I have bought the same book, not once but three times, as there is no one in the book store saying hey, you've already bought that.
So, this winter, I'm going back to the ebooks that have been sitting on my Kindle the longest and read the latest books first. I'm going to try and set a trend for reading the oldest books first! I've just checked, it's Seven Years To Sin by Sylvia Day, a historical romance—yay. How many of you, who read on eReaders, ever go back to the oldest book on your device, to look for a book to read?
Whatever season you are coming into, let's face it, it's always a reading season. I can't go without reading at least one book a week. It might be playing in my car, as I've just done with Stephen Fry's latest auto-biography , or an actual book as with my fellow kiwi's latest The Hiding Places by Catherine Robertson (#1 Kiwi Book best seller), or on my trustee Kindle, Cynthia Eden Claiming The Beast.
However you read, whatever you read, enjoy reading, be it sunshine, rain or snow!