This week I’m taking a little downtime between publishing FTW and fleshing out the idea for my next. I’ve found myself wanting to get back to reading things other than my own drafts for the nth time, so I’ve dived back into my Kindle with gusto.
You may have noticed I’ve been posting reviews of books as I’ve finished reading them. That’s something I’m doing to not only give my site a little more content, but also share with you the types of books I like to read so you may get an idea of what influences my writing.
I’m flip-flopping between reading new books and re-reading books. Right down I’m about 1/3 of the way through Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore.
I’ve read this one before and thoroughly enjoyed it so decided to read it again.
Biff has been tasked by heaven to pen a new gospel, to fill the missing years of the Son of God before he was 30.
As it turns out, those missing years were “filled with remarkable journeys, magic, healings, kung fu, corpse reanimations, demons, and hot babes.”
For everything else I’ve read and reviewed recently, click the Book Reviews link at the top of the page. I need to come up with a better way of listing the reviews to make it easier to navigate since the link is just a filtered blog list. The most recent reviews are:
- The Running Man – Stephen King
- Shoot the Dead – Steve Wetherell
- Agents of the Internet Apocalypse – Wayne Gladstone
That’s all for this one! I’ll post a review of Lamb later in the week once I’ve finished reading it.