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A group blog featuring an international array of killer mystery, suspense, and romantic suspense writers. With premises and story lines different from your run-of-the-mill whodunits, we tend to write outside the box. We blog several times a week on all topics relating to romantic suspense and mystery, our writing, and our readers. We welcome all comments! and often have guest bloggers.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

What Are You Reading?

A lot of people are surprised by my general reading material. Don't get me wrong, I read a lot of romance. Right now I'm in a Kristen Ashley phase. I love hate her. The woman keeps me up late every night.

I'm also in a research phase and I'm currently reading...
Fantastic book. I can definitely see a K&R in one of my near future books. Ben Lopez has a very easy-to-read writing style.
I also finished...
which is full of useful information for me as I'm in the midst of writing the third book in my Cold Justice FBI series.
I also could NOT resist buying this when I saw it in the store...
because the SAS are my kryptonite and I intend to write more books featuring secondary characters from my book THE KILLING GAME 

which just so happens to be on sale for 99c for a short period of time. 

I want to know what you're reading--fiction and non-fiction. Why's it so good?

5 comments:

J Wachowski said...

Hey Toni!
There's the problem writing books. You have to buy a lot of books to write 'em. It's like working for the railroad and shopping at the company store. Somehow you end up owing money!
That's one reason why I love reading websites for research. Messy Nessy Chic is a favorite. Very fun!

Toni Anderson said...

Jules--websites and the library are always exhausted first :) I'm going to check out that website :)

Elise Warner said...

Let me see...Just finished Orphan Train and I'm in the beginning of A Life of Barbara Stanwyck (When I was a kid, someone told me I looked like her--I don't but it made me a fan.)the book is both fascinating but slow-going as the author crosses every t and dots every i. Also have several TBRs on my Nook waiting for me.

Anne Marie Becker said...

Oh wow, those all look good! I need to make more time for reading these days. :)

Marcelle Dubé said...

I've just started Michael Stewarts' The Terminals and I'm hooked. I'm also chomping to get to Nicola Griffith's Hild. Stewart is new to me, but I've read everything of Nicola Griffith's work that I could find. Fabulous writer.

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