My week in books – 18 – 25 March

This week has been a strange week really. We’ve had some big family events which have taken up my weekend reading time plus I have had two books that I’ve not progressed with as I was really struggling to engage with.

I have however given myself the rare treat of reading some mainstream fiction and have started The Hunger Games which I’ll have finished soon and then back to my indie authors.

In the meantime check out this giveaway.

Read

  1. Shades of Grey – Michael Cargill

In Progress

  1. Pure – Andrew Miller
  2. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

Book Review Requests

  1. Hostile Witness – Rebecca Forster
  2. Before her eyes – Rebecca Forster
  3. Hodburn Wood – John Tyson-Capper
  4. Spare Change – Bette Lee Crosby
  5. The Watchtower – Darke Conteur
  6. An Unproductive woman – Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali
  7. The Laurel Harvest – Christopher Hall
  8. The Butterfly and the Bull – Stuart Haddon
  9. Changing the Little Things – JL Manning
  10. The Viper Contract – Chris Broyhill
  11. A Military Republic – Haythem Bastawy
  12. I hate spiders – Bugly Fellows
  13. ART PENGRIFFIN & THE CURSE OF THE FOUR – Norman Revill
  14. The living room – Bill Rolfe
  15. Pageburner – Jason Christie
  16. DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES – Ann Werner
  17. Shots – Theodore Quester
  18. The Witch Hunter’s Amulet – Marco Lobo
  19. Don’t be a stranger – Robert Barash
  20. Resurrection Flowers – HC Turk
  21. One of Us – Iain Rowan
  22. GOTU – Mike McNeff
  23. Going to the Dogs – Elle Druskin
  24. Sandman – Morgan Hannah MacDonald
  25. When I am singing to you – Rebecca Burke
  26. Who Stole Me – Jon P. Bloch
  27. Violence – Timothy McDougall
  28. Sendero – Max Tomlinson
  29. Bad moon rising – Frances di Plino
  30. Pennance – Clare Ashton
  31. Killing Plato – Jake Needham
  32. The Winter War – Jason Garrett
  33. Tell a Thousand Lies – Rasana Atreya
  34. Eddies Desert Rose – Vincent Meis
  35. The Night watchman – J.L. Manning
  36. Paradise Island – J.L. Manning
  37. Lost in LA – Katie Calhoun
  38. Ring of Fire – Bill Cokas
  39. Buried Secrets – Brandi Salazar
  40. The Darkened Corner – Tom Hamilton
  41. All The Blue-eyed Angels – Jen Blood
  42. The Princess of Las Pulgas – C. Lee Mckenzie
  43. The Return – Carter Vance
  44. A Fatal Verdict – Tim Vicary
  45. The Bold Counsel – Tim Vicary
  46. Sliding on the Edge – C. Lee Mckenzie
  47. Witchblood – Emma Mills
  48. Made in China – James Viser

 

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One response to “My week in books – 18 – 25 March

  1. Don’t leave us hanging – what are these family events? Any gossip of misbehaving relatives…?

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