Bookshelf/Latest Reads

I have a confession to make.

I’m a book addict.

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As you can see from my bookshelf I have a ton of books. My bookcase is so full that it’s hard to find  room for the books I buy.I’ve got two choices, either stop buying so many books or invest in another bookcase.

I think I’ll go with the latter.

Anyway, getting back on track. I love to read a variety of genres. Everything from romance to mystery to crime. As long as the plot interests me, I’ll give it a try. One topic I love to read about is real-life cases of the paranormal. Everything from ghosts to UFOs to angels to monsters. A majority of those books can be found on my shelves. In fact, one book I plan on reading next is volume 12 in L.B. Taylor’s Ghost of Virginia series (a must read for paranormal and history buffs).

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As for my current reads, I’ve got three of them. I’m the type of person who reads multiple books at once. Usually, I’ll read one paperback, a kindle book, and a kobo book.

Here’s a glimpse at my reads in progress:

Sometimes Love Hurts by Marie Fostino

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The Wrong Way by Casey Harvell

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Sunset Vibrations by MJ Harty

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Aside from these books, I have a long TBR list to finish. It’s going to take me a while, but I’m determined to read every book on my shelf and ereaders.

So wish me luck!

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This concludes Week 2 of the Authors Blog Challenge. As always, authors are welcome to join in at any time. You can post whenever and how often you like. So feel free to jump in on the fun and give readers a glimpse into your world.

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