Recently I’ve been reading a bit more again. I’ve got a few books in the past couple months, and had a great time with the ones I’ve read so far.
This weekend I’ve finished the last book in The Dragon Lords trilogy, by Jon Hollins. I think the best way to introduce it: The Hobbit meets Guardians of The Galaxy.
I haven’t been buying so many books recently, which I see as a positive: I already have more books than I would need for this year, so there’s no point in spending money just to expand my library. Although it’s nice to do that, it adds some level of stress overall, as I see that huge (mostly virtual) pile of books I want to read and are there, just waiting for me. I recently wrote about ‘backlog vs collection’ in the most recent Geekosaur Weekly issue.
Anyway, I want to share of what I’ve got recently, fiction books only.
Yesterday I posted about fiction ebooks that I got recently. This time I’m sharing some non-fiction titles that I added to my Kindle collection!
On the past few months I’ve got some sweet new eBooks on my Kindle, further increasing the size of my ever-growing TBR list. But, who can resist a sweet deal, right?
Below I’m sharing some of the books I’ve acquired recently. It’s not everything, as some are free classic books, and some just not that interesting. Also, the list is still a bit big, so I left the non-fiction reads for a separate post. I guess I need to stop buying books for a while. Anyway, let’s check it out!
Time to talk about book I’m reading. On thing that I’m trying to do is have a few ‘active’ books, so I can have a change. Also, I’m trying to split my reads in 3 categories: fiction, non-fiction, and learning. The list below is a good example of that.
This is a short science fiction book that also has a bit of fantasy. It’s the first in a series, but can be read as a standalone story.
Time for a light novel review here. This is a pretty famous property and I remember the anime was popular when it aired, and nowadays it still has a big fanbase. I never watched the anime, although I was always curious about it.
This is a book series (duology) that is not that famous (I think) but worth reading.