Are There Books I Want To Reread?
Ah Mah Gahd! Books I want to reread? Rereading? No! Just no!
Once upon a time, when I was a teenager without access to my own money to buy books, I reread my favourites. Little Women, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Nimbin all had dog-eared pages by the time I was done.
Before I had a Kindle, I might have occasionally reread something on my bookshelf, and I definitely gave my well-loved copy of Twilight a workout. (I have to admit to skipping to the part where Edward comes back on subsequent reads. Who needs any part of that book without him front and centre, eh?)
Now? With eBooks so reasonably priced, and an unlimited supply of new reading material available online at a second’s notice, I’d no more reread a book than fly to the moon! Every time I read something awesome I’m thrilled to move onto the next!
And the next! And the next!
I’m a bad blogger this week, thumbing my nose at the topic. So how about you tell me what you like to reread? Because I know that almost everyone will say they love to revisit their favourites!
This post is part of the Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge hosted by Long and Short Reviews. You can see the list of topics here.
Free Book Signing Ticket!
As some of you will know, I am participating in the A Romantic Rendezvous book-signing event, and I’ll be attending in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide on various dates in March this year. I’ll be there alongside authors like Darynda Jones and Susan Donovan, and my author besties Monique McDonell and Tee Smith, and … drumroll … I have a ticket to give away to one lucky reader on Valentine’s Day!
What better Valentine’s Day gift could I give you than the opportunity to discover some new book boyfriends? (And get a cute book boyfriend badge off me, too!)
If you don’t live in the cities listed above, don’t worry, there’ll be an event in Brisbane, too – and you can win a ticket to the event of your choice! All the details on these event, including the authors signing at each one, are available
Books I Can’t Wait To Read In 2020
This week’s blogging topic is ‘books I can’t wait to read this year’. I’m writing this post a few days ahead of publishing. That’s kind of funny because knowing me, the moment I schedule this I’ll start reading at least one of the books on the list. By the time Wednesday comes around and you read my recommendations, I’ll most likely have devoured at least one!
I know they’re gonna be THAT good!
I have two types of books I’m looking forward to:
- The next in series from a couple of authors – one whose books I never miss, and one who is new to me.
- Anything, and everything, that JA Huss plans to release between now and the end of the year. (I mean, eternity.)