Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- July 2018

Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs So I’m not that much of a YA reader and I don’t tend to read urban fantasy at all but I picked up this book to do structural analysis for a writing course. I also consider this book as one of my Broadening Horizon reads this year. That aside, it’sContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- July 2018”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- April 2018 (2)

Other than the 2 books in the first half of this post, it was really another Christie splurge… Passenger to Frankfurt by Agatha Christie So apparently I had read it before and then picked it up again from my local library and I think it’s okay, I didn’t particularly like it but there’s nothing toContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- April 2018 (2)”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- April 2018 (1)

I clearly had enough of just light reading so I changed it up a little by branching out to a new sub-genre: historical fantasy. This coincided with my decision to join a historical fantasy book club on FB. The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley This wasn’t that engaging a read in that there’sContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- April 2018 (1)”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- January 2018 (2)

The Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie This is one of the so-so books in my opinion from Christie. I don’t think it’s badly written per se but there’s just nothing to make it memorable for me. Death in the Clouds by Agatha Christie This book has all the necessary suspense attached to aContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- January 2018 (2)”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- January 2018 (1)

Bad girl me had left this series by the way-side for too long! But, to be honest, I haven’t been reading as much so I possibly could in the past, since reading does compete with my writing time. And I’ve also been doing more of what I consider light reading too. But that’s enough preamble,Continue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- January 2018 (1)”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- September 2016

I didn’t read much between the last Book Discovery post and this one because first I was engaged with the epub and now I am contemplating a slow transition towards being a FT writer on my own. So fiction has been pushed out of the way as you can see below. Third Girl by AgathaContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- September 2016”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- June 2016

Due to my involvement with the ePub, I had mainly been reading short stories or Agatha Christie mysteries. Short story collections Wonders of the Invisible World by Patricia McKillip I like her prose which belongs to the flowing school, what others potentially call verbose. I’m generally a fan of such a style and that’s theContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- June 2016”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- December 2015

I think this post is actually due last Sunday but because I was so excited to share the news about short story writing, it gets pushed back. But I’m sure we’re all used to my whims now if you’ve been following me and isn’t a casual passer-by. If you are, this is a series IContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- December 2015”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- May 2015

I’m going out tomorrow so posting in advance again. As I promised, this will be about the books I’ve read in the last 3 months and what I thought about them. For my new followers, I don’t do book reviews per se because I’m not really objective as a reader of books in general. IContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- May 2015”