Catching up on Reading


These past few weeks have been quite a handful. I traveled from Texas to Illinois and back again, got sick and then better to only get sick again. The cold weather didn’t agree with me at all. 😦 But no worries next week we will continue with our After NANOWRIMO and tackle one of the hardest and most often ignored step: editing. For now enjoy the titles I am currently reading while I catch up on my much needed bed rest.

Paperback: A Soldier’s Duty (Theirs Not to Reason Why) by Jean Johnson

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Ia is a precog, blessed-or cursed-with visions of the future. She has witnessed the devastation of her home galaxy three hundred years in the future, long after she is gone, but believes she can prevent it.

Enlisting in the modern military of the Terran United Planets, Ia plans to rise through the ranks, meeting and influencing important people and building a reputation that will inspire others for the next three centuries. But she needs to be assigned to the right ship, the right company, and the right place to earn that reputation honestly-all while keeping her psychic abilities hidden from her superiors, who would refuse to risk such a valuable gift in combat.

To save the galaxy, Ia must become someone else: the soldier known as Bloody Mary.

eBook: Dominion by Doug Goodman

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Dominion has been taken from man. Now, six friends must cross an apocalyptic wasteland dominated by a hell’s menagerie of mega-fauna. Their middle-class suburban skills are no longer applicable to the world they live in. To find a safe haven in this world they will need to develop a new set of survival skills and fight the mutated denizens of the animal kingdom for every step of their terrifying journey.

eBook: The Angel of Death by Blair C. Babylon

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To protect and to serve, or to save her own brother?

Angel Day, the lead sniper for the Phoenix Police Department, got her nickname “The Angel of Death” the old-fashioned way: she earned it for her ruthless efficiency at stopping crimes with one well-placed bullet. When a massive call-out down by the Mexican Border reveals a terrorist cell and turns into a standoff, Angel’s youngest brother, the lost soul of her family, texts her that he is inside that barricaded house, and her orders are to shoot anything that moves.

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