Reading List – October 2020

This is my final indie book month of 2020!

Soul’s Choice – Kerri Davidson

soul's choice reading 2020I’ve followed Kerri Davidson on Twitter for a while – partly because she’s a social media genius, and partly because she’s very, very funny. She’s long had a few graphic novels (about drunken chickens) for sale, but she recently came up with the first novel for a debut series. A paranormal novel about souls? Death and life? It seems really interesting! For better or worse, Davidson’s book is not available through Amazon, but I did buy it myself and have not yet been a victim of credit card fraud.

Bag of Lettuce Books – Have checked, is legit, but prices are in Canadian dollars

The Spinner’s Child – Crispina Kemp

The Spinner's Child Spinner's game read 2020Crispina Kemp has been updating her blog to give snippits and hints about her 5-book series, The Spinner’s Game. I’ve thus been excited about this one for quite some time! Just a few months ago, she announced her series’ debut. Unfortunately, I just have the first volume in the set ready for review, but perhaps more reviews will be in stock later!

Amazon Link 

Her Name was Abby – Peter Martenuac

31nlju7qpylI have a review request form on my page (which you can check out if you’ve published a book), and Martenuac made use of it. I thought a zombie apocalypse book was right up my alley. I’m a little wary that this is the second book in a series, but you know what? I’ll give a ton of respect to any second book that can hold its own.

Amazon Link

The Leftovers: Something from YOU?

Do you have a published book and a method of purchasing it that isn’t sketch as hell? I’m always willing to entertain indie books for review. I’ll leave reviews on Goodreads and Amazon pretty reliably, and you might even see a review on this blog! Go to my request page here for more.

See my old reviews here

16 thoughts on “Reading List – October 2020

      • crispina kemp says:

        I know what you mean. I am so far with my reading. Mostly because I’m walking more… more often and farther, and taking more photos, which eats into my writing and reading time. But winter will come, then I’ll be more often confined to quarters. Then is the time to catch up

  1. Pink Roses says:

    I was reading on your website about books you loved and hated. When you hate a book, you really hate it – I won’t be reading any of those listed! On your love list I agree with Gone With the Wind – I was seventeen the first time I read it. Loved the movie too. Also Watership Down, book and movie.

    • H.R.R. Gorman says:

      Haha, thanks for reading that page! No, I don’t mince words about books I dislike. When it’s an indie or self-pubbed book, though, I usually don’t put a review out there if I didn’t like it at least to some extent. So there’s that.

    • H.R.R. Gorman says:

      Haha – I am trying to clear out my Kindle, too. I usually don’t buy new books unless I’m less than three books away from finishing my pile, but then I buy several at a time when I get to that “<3" books. Right now my TBR is so long and I feel like people want me to read their books sooner than I'm going to be able to…

      • D. Wallace Peach says:

        You are disciplined! Good for you. I started putting books into my Amazon wish list. That way I don’t forget about them, but I also focus on my kindle and what’s there already!

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