February hasn't seen me reading much... What can I say? I have been busy every night plugging away at a new book series and learning a few of the finer points of marketing. Still, I have taken a few hours to read.
February does seem to be holding the designation of "No Book Finished." I was out of town for a week and, between that and the slightly fewer days in the month, I simply didn't finish reading a single book. But I enjoyed the two above and those listed below.
Ok, I'm not even sure I've made it through Chapter 1 of book 1because the POV switches are coming a bit fast, but I am enjoying the story. I really want to find out what happened to "Jilly" that she's a Garridain hiding in plain sight (or at least that's where I think the story is headed). Like I said, not very far in.
The link for this one is direct to the author, Pauline Baird Jones's page. She has it up as a Free download. If you think you might like a Sci-Fi romance, try out Project Enterprise: The Short Stories.
I'm going to break here with the reading to talk about a movie we watched -- we being my husband and I but we let the kids come and go as they pleased, so they kind of saw it too...
I doubt I'm doing the movie justice. It was simply good, clean fun. If there was language, and I don't think that there was, it was minimal. No sex or nudity. It was clean and still hilarious. Highly recommend watching with your husband as the men have pretty big roles. Marco getting pulled over by the cops! And, honestly, the things kids say -- yep, those little things make the movie great
That's it for February. i know, slim pickings with a host of only partially read books. Such is my life. Definitely see the movie, if nothing else catches your fancy. It was really quite fun.
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