“You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book.” – Dr Suess
I’ve been an avid reader since the age of 10 years old. I used to enjoy sitting in the school library during my free time and before I go home and getting lost in a book. I’ve always found that reading is the best form of escapism especially when you are not necessarily feeling human interaction at the time.
This year, one of my goals was to read a book a week and I’m currently on book number 14. Which is pretty impressive. Although I have spent 2 weeks on my current read, I’m enjoying the pace at which I’m going.
As I mentioned in a blog post some time back, I enjoy;
- Crime & Murder.
- Psychological thrillers.
- Erotic novels.
- New Age (Paulo Coelho)
As you can see, it’s a good mix and it gets my imagination going.
You might be asking yourself when do I get the time to read and to be honest I do it during my commute to and from work and right before I fall asleep. I have found it convenient to read my books through the Amazon Kindle app. Which btw is free.
It has a wide selection of books, covering all genres, from free books to books you can buy. I always start with the free books, because I don’t like spending money on something I don’t like. Hahahaha
Here is where you can find the books if you’re interested in reading them, I guarantee you, they are good reads.
- “3 a.m. (Henry Bins Book 1)” by Nick Pirog.
- “Perfect Crime” by Jack Erickson.
- “Really Dead – Free Preview (A Ria Butler Mystery Book 1)” by J.E. Forman.
- “The Boss” by Abigail Barnette.
- “The Enemy We Know: Suspense with a Dash of Humor (A Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery Book 1)” by Donna White Glaser.
- “The Storm Inside” by Alexis Anne.
- “If you dare – A BDSM Billonaire novel” by Evelyn Troy
- “Too Close For Comfort: A gripping British crime thriller with a stunning twist (Knight & Culverhouse Book 1)” by Adam Croft.
Hope you enjoyed today’s post. Stay tuned for March book review.