What the Wenches are Reading
Amanda: My reading ADHD has been in full force this week. I've read some of Caught Running by Roux and Urban (first read) and some of the Channeling Morpheus series by Jordan Castillo Price (re-read).
Anne: I am still catching up with Dexter in Double Dexter by Jeff Lindsay. And I'm starting the A Dance with Dragons audiobook on my commute this week.
Angela: Finished Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon and now on to The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss.
Barbara: I'm so danged excited that House Rules by Chloe Neill is releasing three weeks from today (and that we are going to be a stop on her blog tour!), that I've paused in my reading of Drums of Autumn to reread Chicagoland Vampires. I hope I can get through all of those books in time for House Rules.
Beta: I'm still, slowly, reading The Fiery Cross. I've discovered a thing or two that I've been curious about, but it's been fairly slow paced so far, but I can only imagine that will change before I know it.
Donna: I finished Outlander (I know you knew it was by Diana Gabaldon), and I'm planning on cracking open my copy of Dragonfly in Amber as soon as I get a day off (Thursday). It's always a pleasure to reread the Outlander books. They really are like old friends.
Katherine: I've missed Terrible, well terribly, so I've decided to fall in love all over again. Unholy Ghosts it is!! :-)
Kathi: I am still rereading Voyager (Outlander #3). After providing 24-hour emotional support for several Wenches in December, as they read through the trauma and angst of the first three books, and then reading Lord John and the Scottish Prisoner, set during the early part of Voyager, I really needed to savor the second half of this book, slowly with a big smile on my face. And I want to catch some of the details I missed the first time through, when I listened to the audiobook while I did my spring gardening. I am in no rush at all, just enjoying every word!
Merit: Finished Touch of the Demon, the 5th book in the Kara Gillian series by Diana Rowland. I feel Diana Rowland brought the story to a new, surprising level and I loved every minute of it. Started Lord John and the Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon, (another wonderful Diana…). As usual I enjoy it very much; so far very few mentions of our Jamie, but the story is catching, interesting and funny. You can’t go wrong with a Diana Gabaldon story.
Olga: I've been reading the Channeling Morpheus series, by Jordan Castillo Price. I'm up to Brazen and loving it so far. M/m and vampires — gotta love it!
Veronica: I started Game of Thrones this week, the first book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin.
Zee: I'm desperately trying to make time for Merit and Ethan during my vacation. So far hasn't worked out.