I finished Eeny Meeny in record time, it was one of those books you couldn’t put down. Hence my review:
|Absolutely riveting! I didn’t see the culprit coming. Well written and structured. A fast paced, who done it. A real page turner.|
I have moved onto another detective book, to continue my detective/crime research. It is The Secret Place by Tana French. Her style is completely different to M.J. Arlidge that’s for sure.
As always I still have a good pile of books on my TBR pile as you can see above. I’m unsure which one I will choose when I finish Tana’s novel.
Do you have a system to your TBR pile? Is it alphabetically, by genre or just what catches your eye first? Or do you lay them out, mixed them up and pick one, making it a surprise?
I would love to know your method.
In the meantime, at the time of writing, I am almost at the NaNoWriMo goal of 50,000 words. As I write this morning, I am at a tantalizing word count of 48352, so today I will reach the goal but certainly not the end of the novel. That will take at least another 20,000 words.
Please feel free to ask me about my novels, my writing process, how I create my imaginary worlds and characters. Or anything regarding the books of mine you have read. I am always happy to answer questions.
November 29, 2020 at 12:33 pm
I don’t have any system for choosing my next read, other than making sure there is always a new book waiting in the wings. I do try to read something written in Italian every few books, to keep it all fresh in my head.
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November 29, 2020 at 2:11 pm
Yes I always have a pile to hand. Thank you for dropping by my blog. Take care.