Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ask Andrew - What to Read

Dear Andrew

What is on your TBR Pile/list? Do you prefer reading in your genre or do you like to go outside the box so to speak when reading?


Dear Dawn

I used to read a very wide range of things from romance, to adventure stories, and even some of the classics.  I was a voracious reader for many years.  But lately things have changed.  Since I write now, I don't have as much time to read, so while there is some variety to what I read, I mostly read within romance.  I just finished Banker's Hours by Wade Kelly and before that I was rereading the Dragon Men by Amber Kell.  I read No! Jocks Don't Date Guys a while ago and I was reading some of Renae Kaye's work.  My next story is Hoofbeats and I will start that on the plane today.  (Dominic and I are traveling to a family funeral.)

I don't have as much time to read as I used to, so now I read for pure enjoyment.  Once I have met my writing goals for the day, I get to pick up a book, lay back, and enjoy it.  For me that's what reading is all about.  As for a TBR pile, the next things on my list are to catch up on my Dreamspun Desires titles.  I have a few to read!

Hugs and Love

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1 comment:

  1. I like you am a voracious reader and I don't have a writing career to get in the way. LOL! Sorry for the loss in your family. 😃