My reading has gotten off to a good start in 2023. I’m determined to finish a stack of glaring paperbacks on my desk and a queue of ebooks piling up on my Kindle for months. When I’m in a writing slump, reading gets me out of my head, into another world, over the writing block, and the creative juices flowing so I can move forward with my WIP.
The Children On The Hill by Jennifer McMahon (Psychological Ghost Thriller)
The Cabin In The Woods by Sarah Alderson (Psychological Thriller)
Watching You by Lisa Jewell (Whodunit Mystery Thriller/Suspense)
The Girl Who Survived by Lisa Jackson (Crime Thriller)
The Haunting of Cabin Green by April A. Taylor (Gothic Horror)
Wicked Game by Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush (Mystery Suspense)
Wicked Bleu’s Blog Book tour
The blog book tour for Wicked Bleu, the second installment of the Simone Doucet Series, hosted by Coffee and Thorn Tours went well last week. Thanks to the fantastic administrators, Lilyan Arċier and Carly Rheilan and the awesome contributing reviewers.
Taiye J.K. Ishola
2 thoughts on “Winter Reading 2023”
Have fun with your ambitious reading list and all aspects of your writing–beginning, middle and the never-ending marketing!
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Belinda, thank you! That never-ending marketing is the not so fun part but necessary. 😊