Hello, everyone! Another week, another Monday...and I was completely gypped out of this past weekend, since we were moving into our new house (with the help of our parents, who came up because they love us enough to withstand several days of moving-related torture). I'm still awash in boxes, and there are still piles of things laying around waiting to be put away, but at least we're completely extricated from the rental house. I wasn't sure that was EVER going to happen. And also, I'm puzzled as to when, exactly, we accumulated so much useless crap. Wow.
Anyway, considering the continuing insanity around here, this sounds like the perfect time to indulge in a new book. Not that I'm at all sure when I'm going to be able to sneak off and read in the near future, but man, does this picture look like a good idea. Turns out I'm not the only person craving a good book, though, and this is where the "help a reader out" bit comes in. When I (finally) managed to check my (overflowing) email last night, I had an email from one of my awesome readers. She proclaimed herself officially addicted to my books, firstly, which is always the BEST thing a writer could hear. But then she asked whether I could recommend any other great paranormal romances to tide her over until Wild Highland Magic comes out in May. I can always sympathize with someone who's in need of some good reads, so I though maybe the Casababes and their intrepid blog readers might assist me in helping another reader out.
So what do you say, ladies? I know not everyone reads paranormal, and that's fine, but I'd love your suggestions for some yummy and somewhat magical books if you've got 'em. I will of course be recommending the paranormal writing Casababes' books to her (since how could I not, because all of them ROCK, naturally:-), but considering how fast a lot of people tear through reading material, I'd like to get together a longish list, and my reading time has been sorely limited of late.
I'll start: I recently grabbed Connie Brockway's historical paranormal So Enchanting, and I really enjoyed it. And I bought Gena Showalter's brand new Atlantis book (which I have been waiting for FOREVER, woohoo!) The Vampire's Bride, which I'm going to read soon even if I have to hide fully clothed in my bathtub to do it. Sadly, one read and one desperately needing to be read is all I've got this second. Soooo...can any of you help a reader out?