This week’s list is either short or long, depending on how you look at it. Yes, it’s only two books, but the history book is over 1,000 pages. That’s the equivalent of three or four “regular” books. Ah, well, we’re supposed to have more winter weather here this week, so it’ll give me something to do if I’m trapped inside. Spring has to come sometime, though, and so I’m looking forward to the RV shows later this week. Don’t know if I really want to buy anything, but looking and dreaming is a lot of fun.
In other news, I think I may have sunk myself. I’m still working on Avenging Fate and I now think there will be a novella that will bridge Broken Fate and Avenging Fate. I’ve got another book that I’m about 3/4 of the way through that would be the start of a separate series, and this week I started toying with yet another series idea that I had. That’s a lot of books to write, if I pursue them all and if I try to do it all at one time! Stay tuned to see how it all pans out or if I finally go nuts and collapse somewhere.
- Brotherhood in Death, by J.D.Robb. This is the latest in Robb’s (the pen name for Nora Roberts) “In Death” mystery series featuring Lieutenant Dallas and her husband, Roarke. I’ve read this series since the beginning. At one point, about three or four books back, I thought it was in a downward spiral. Recent books have been better, however, which is great news since it’s a series that I’d hate to see crash and burn.
- The English and Their History, by Robert Tombs. This one ought to keep me busy for a while. I’m a huge history buff and Anglophile, so this book was a must-borrow for me. It’s huge. I hope I can renew it because it’s going to take more than one checkout to get through the entire history of England!