Well, I totally kicked butt in the reading department in April. Eleven books, baby!
"The Woman who Loved Jesse James" by Cindi Myers;
"Travels with Charley" by John Steinbeck;
"Dolley", Rita Mae Brown;
"Raylan" by Elmore Leonard;
"Downfall", Terri Blackstock;
"Widow at Saunders Creek", Tracey Bateman;
"Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth" by Janice O'Connor;
"Blue Moon Bay", Lisa Wingate;
"Ten Big Ones", Janet Evanovich;
"When the Morning Comes", Cindy Woodsmall; and
"Into the Free" by Julie Cantrell.
Only three were e-books. This was a pretty good month. Discovered several new authors that I like: Blackstock, Cantrell, Leonard. But the best by far was Travels with Charley. They call 'em classics for a reason folks. It was not just a good read, or good story. Really no plot to speak of. Just brilliance being spewed page, by page. He predicted things that are happening now with such clarity. He is amazing. There is only one Steinbeck and you should be reading him.