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The worst of the insomnia has passed thankfully but I've been a little slow to get back into my reading. I'd planned to do an Indie Author month to catch up with some specific series but with my reading feeling a bit fragile I've decided just to go with some mood reading for now and see what I feel like reading as I finish each book. I did of course, manage to pick up some nice books again this week-I've given up caring about the tbr number for now but I am on a paperback book buying ban for April. We'll see how long THAT lasts!
I saw a few books on blogs during the week that intrigued me so I begged, borrowed and so on to snag promises of lending things to me when I was ready to read it, plus a few bargain read downloads. I snagged a few that are outside my normal choices so that could be interesting. I picked up the first two Kristen Painter Crescent City books-I loved the covers and it doesn't sound as gothic as her other books so I had to grab them. I like AR Wise' zombie books so when 314 turned up free, I decided to grab it. Not sure exactly what kind of story I'm in for but we'll see. I was so intrigued by Nick Cutter's book 'The Troop' that I had to get a copy. The plot sounds exactly what I like in a book! On a blog I saw the gorgeous covers for Zoe Marriott's Name of the Blade series and was tempted into grabbing them. Wiseguy is one I had years back but never read but I'm in a gangster mood this week so I hunted down a copy!