It’s wonderful, isn’t it when an author can overcome a flaw here and there and present a successful book? Note to self: Must learn how to do that.
Remember my motto: Life’s too short to read lousy books.
I opened BREAKNECK first and I’m more than halfway through it. I’m trying to broaden my horizons because I don’t normally pick up detective stories, but I’m enjoying this one. One thing I like, the chapters are really short
I’ve had another brilliant idea to keep track of what I read when and I wish I’d started doing this years ago. I’m going to keep the little receipts the library issues when you take out books. They list the title and the withdrawal and due dates, though not the author’s name. At least I’ll be able to check if I think I’ve already read something.
Earlier in December I read How To Be Lost by Amanda Eyre Ward. I recommend it.