Amanda’s Reads: week of June 25, 2024

Sorry about last week! I don’t know where my brain was…at all! 😂 On the plus side, I have 2 finished this week 😁


Finished

The Executive Murder by Paul Austin Ardoin
Sort of tore through this one. It’s a fun story, and, again, I see a lot of myself in Bernadette. My official quote has been sent off to Paul.

Monster Hunter Legion by Larry Correia
We truly meet Stricken in this one. What a douche that man is. However, I’ve reas the series as it currently is, and have an idea of why he’s that way. Or maybe I know because it’s been mentioned? Pretty sure it was a read-between-the-lines kind of thing…

Anyway, relisten complete.



Currently Reading

From Zero to 4-Figures by Paul Austin Ardoin
It’s no secret I’ve been slow to produce the last few years. It’s also no surprise that I’m not earning what I’d like to yet.

That said, I do enjoy learning what others, particularly best sellers, have done to forge their path. I know that I’m already in the top 10% or something of authors because I do earn money. Just not the kind of money I want to earn. I’m also realistic because I know 8 books in one series, and a new series about to release [this week] does not a living make. Teach me.

Turn Back Time by Stacy Claflin
I really wanted to make sure I finished The Executive Murder, so this one got put on the back burner. I’ve gotten back into it since, and am constantly on the edge of my seat.

Love Life by Matthew Hussey
The last 2 chapters are the longest in the book. I believe they’re the most important, too. Confidence and happiness, in that order. It’s going to take me a few more days to finish this one, I think.

The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemmingway
I’m struggling to figure out what the story is about aside from grown men, a fishing trip, and one of them being an absolutely unbearable human.


Currently Listening

Monster Hunter Nemesis by Larry Correia
So, Legion left off with allusions to Project Nemesis. I’m over here squealing in delight because we learn all about Franks; who or what he is, why he’s a Fed, etc. If you’ve never read the series and like urban fantasy, I will never not recommend this series. It’s too much fun.

Fierce Self-Compassion by Kristen Neff
It’s…interesting. There’s politics in here, somehow, and I do understand why some of it needs to be mentioned. It’s just annoying that a self-compassion book is loaded with it. I keep zoning out…

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