This is what is happening now:* I am currently reading Dangerous Ally by Michelle Grey, review should be up by the weekend.
* Next up is Wyrmling by Ariel Ceylan ( I think this book is only available on Smashwords right now)
* Bought, Borrowed and Bagged post #11 ( I forgot to post this last week!)
Quite honestly, I have not been reading much and I know I need to kick it up a notch~but I think I might be burnt out. Somehow though my kindle is always dying, maybe it has something to do with my little one stealing it and playing games. :)
I decided to share with you some of the prizes I have won in the last year. Here is a photo of just the autographed books I have won since Spring of '12! (Two books are missing~one stolen and one lost)
And here is all the actual books I have on my TBR shelves, one shelf is doubled up and yes that is two tote bags full!
Kindle BooksSo I have noticed that I have an extreme amount of books on my kindle, both from Amazon and from other sites. I know that there are at least 180 books downloaded to my kindle. I know that there are some on there that I will probably never read such as:
- How to Be Sexy (52 Brilliant ideas)
- The Scarlet Letter ( I read this in High School)
- Let Your Goddess Grow
- The Book of Rules
- Fifty Shades Shadier ( I haven't even read 50 shades yet!!!)
- The Sayings Of Confucius
- The Truth of Managing Effectively
I am wondering why I one-clicked these titles but I know its because they were FREE!! I can't pass up a Free book that I might read! OF course out of the 180 books there are also books on the kindle for me to read to my little girl.
Do you just one-click a book because its free, or do you only one-click on books you actually want to read? How often do you one-click? I have tried very hard lately to contain myself unless its something I know I will get around to reading. I haven't had to "buy" many books lately, I have been lucky enough to win books or been given books to review.
I better get back to reading, so I can get some reviews for you!! Have a wonderful week.