Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

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$ix Days to Midnight by Kat Duncan

I must say Edit Palooza is keeping me busy.  I miss reading my fave blogs on a regular basis, so busy or not, I have to make time for blog reading.

Anyway, today I purchased $ix Days to Midnight by Kat Duncan at Kobo.com, because I really enjoyed Ransom’s Bond.  I’m so glad I decided to try a new sub-genre–romantic suspense.  I can’t give you an idea about the book since I won’t be reading the first page until I sit down for a quick din-din.  Yes, I read while I eat LOL.  Reading is important to me, so if it means sneaking in some pages over dinner and lunch, that’s what I gotta do.

Here’s the blurb:  The finance mogul thinks Janet Thompson is worth a fortune. The President wants her for revenge. The nuclear arms trader needs her dead. The diplomat is willing to rescue her. And Janet thinks she’s only taking a break from her boring job.

Available at:  Kobo, Smashwords, and Amazon.

How about you?  What are you currently reading?  When do you sneak in your reading time?  Do you read for craft, pleasure, or both?

2 thoughts on “What’s in my e-reader?

  1. Maggie,

    I’m doing EditPalooza too. Trying to do assignment five 😦
    Reading time seems to be in short supply at present, but I’ll have to make time since I’m doing RITA judging again this year. A good excuse to read!

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    1. I saw your name on one of the forums. I’m on assignment five, too. 😦 With the same sad face. I must say I’m learning lots. Right now my manuscript is a total mess as I look through and see where I can strengthen GMC.

      I signed up to judge the Golden Heart. I’ve judged in the past chapter contests but never a whole book before. I thought this would be great to see how others capture everything I’m learning in Edit Palooza to a novel.

      Thanks for stopping by. I know how crazy it is right now for you.

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