August 29th, 2014
Re-Reading Old Favorites & Sales Ending

Phantom Warriors’ Box Set Sale ENDS TOMORROW!!! Price will return to $8.99.

Lately, I haven’t been in the mood to read new books. My TBR pile suffers the most when this happens. It starts gathering dust, moths, and mold. But I find it really hard to read new books, when I’m in writing mode. I just finished writing HAWK’S SLAVE, a Phantom Warriors’ story and now I’m back to working on Moonlight Kin 4: Tristan. Yesterday, I outlined the whole story. I know some things will change when I dive back into the book, but it helps to have a loose trail to follow. (Helps me at least.)

Because I’m in writing mode, I’ve been re-reading some of my favorite books. Mainly it’s been D.B. Reynolds‘ entire Vampires in America series, but I’m also re-reading Jennifer Armentrout’s Obsession. I should finish with that one tonight. After that, I may read Cynthia Eden’s latest release, Playing With Fire. I’ve read the other two books in the series and really enjoyed them, but I’m a big Cynthia Eden fangirl, so that’s no surprise. I’m HUGELY behind on my Ilona Andrews’ reading, which KILLS ME because I love her/their work so much. (I’ve bought all the books, but I’m several behind.) I guess that gives me lots to look forward to. I’m also waiting for the final book in Jeaniene Frost‘s Dracula trilogy. I’ve read the first book. Own the second, but I’m waiting to read it until the third comes out in January. Yes, I want to read them straight through. I can’t give these authors money fast enough.

I always hate when I get into these re-read moods because there are SO MANY books I want to read. Books I’m looking forward to reading. But the brain is fickle bitch and in this case, it’s not worth fighting it.

Does this happen to any of you?

4 comments to “Re-Reading Old Favorites & Sales Ending”

  1. All the time. I get stressed trying to decide which book to read next! LOL

  2. Nancy, I’m glad it’s not just me. *ggg I do, too. Snort!

  3. When the writing is going good, the reading goes way down to some recreational reading before bed. It’s very difficult to intensely write and intensely read.

  4. Bernard, That’s when I always read, so it never interferes with my work during the day. It’s just that my brain refuses new info when I’m in writing mode, so I end up re-reading a ton of stuff. *ggg