I can't believe it's February already. 2020 has already zipped onward, despite the fact that I've been sick the entire year (and ended 2019 sick, boo.) I started a new book for Harlequin Romantic Suspense and have been enjoying writing it, especially since it's set in an imaginary west Texas town like the two books preceding it.
In addition to writing, I've been listening to music and I've been reading.
These days, there's so much filling my time that I actually have to allot time for reading. I got a brand new Kindle Paperwhite for Christmas (my old one, a first generation, finally bit the dust.) I've got a bunch of books on there that I'm dying to read, and I'm slowly making my way through them. Mostly fiction, though a few are non-fiction. One of my favorite ways to spend a winter day is curled up by the fire with a good book and a cup of hot tea, cocoa, or coffee.
What about you? Do you read on an e-reader or prefer paper books? My daughter, who is a teacher, only reads paper books. I still buy a few in paperback or hardcover, but mostly I tend to read on my Kindle. My Harlequin Romantic Suspense books sell way more in paperback than they do in e-books, but all my rights-reverted-backlist books are only in E-book.
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