What are you reading?

What are you reading this week? I’m reading Karen Rose’s Did You Miss Me?

While reading it got me thinking. How I switch genres depending on the season. How about you? Do you read the same genre or does the season have anything to do with what you read? On the beach, I love reading romances, woman’s fiction and upbeat stories. I also love a good mystery. I also read my magazines on the beach.

Come fall, I dig into the darker mysteries. I love to be led through the clues as the skies get gloomy. I know some who go for horror stories. There’s nothing like a scary book around Halloween, is there.


Do you prefer to read or watch television come fall? Share your favorite genre?

Below I’ve listed some of the books I’ve read this summer. What does your list look like?

Warning Signs, Katy Lee
To Kill A Monarch, Gerri Brousseau
Dangerous Curves, Sugar Jamieson
Reflections, Kim Creswell
Store Wars, Vicki Batman
His Southern Temptation, Robin Covington
Summer at Mustang Ridge, Jesse Haywood
When Love Survives, Susan Hanniford Crowley

The Next Best Thing, Kristan Higgins
Calculated in Death, J.D. Robb
The Temporary Wife, Jeannie Moon
I know I read more. I’ll have to look them up for next week.

About Marian Lanouette

Marian pens mysteries with strong romantic elements.
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2 Responses to What are you reading?

  1. Sandy Kenny says:

    I usually read romance, both historical and contemporary, but recently I’ve been on a kick to read the companion books to my favorite tv series, “Supernatural”, which falls under the horror/scifi category. I was upset when the last season ended but was doing a happy dance when I discovered the books, in which stories take place in between the tv episodes. So, my summer reading has been something like this:
    Any Duchess Will Do by Tessa Dare
    The Last Debutante by Julia London
    A Wedding in Springtime by Amanda Forester
    Secrets of a Runaway Bride by Valerie Bowman
    5 “Supernatural” books by various authors (just bought 2 this week and am reading one)
    How to lose a Bride in One Night by Sophie Jordan (currently reading it)

    And there are a whole load of others that I can’t remember at hand…but I always have at least 3 or 4 books at hand when I have nothing else to do…

    • malanouette says:

      LOL, Sandy, you’re like me. I always carry my Nook with me. I have several books backed up to read. There’s nothing like a good book. I’m also reading books about some tv shows. I loved Fringe and was disappointed when it was cancelled.

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