Oh, man, was December a good reading month for me.
The photo may show just a small amount, my Kindle Fire actually has the rest. That’s what I like about the Kindle so much; while I will always prefer my physical books to digital, I’ve noticed that I tend to read faster digitally than if I were holding a physical copy in my hands.
So, let’s run down all that I read last month, yeah? Starting with the physical:
- What Light by Jay Asher
- Catacomb by Madeleine Roux
- All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Now, the digital reading:
- The Douglas Fir by Anyta Sunday (M/M Romance)
- Status Update by Annabeth Albert (#Gaymers Series, #1)
- Beta Test by Annabeth Albert (#Gaymers, #2)
- Connection Error by Annabeth Albert (#Gaymers, #3)
- Wrapped Together by Annabeth Albert (Portland Heat, #5)
- Analog to Digital by Posy Roberts
As you can see, there’s a bit of a pattern going on on the Kindle. Four out of the six books that I read were all by the same author, mostly because three of them were part of a series that was new to me, and the fourth was part of a series that I already love. Annabeth Albert, I don’t know if I’ve mentioned it before, is one of the very few female authors who can write two male characters authentically without it sounding like it’s some kind fantasy picked from a pornography website. Posy Roberts is another one, and Anyta Sunday is new to me, but I think I trust her, too, because The Douglas Fir had everything that I look for in M/M romance novels.