This meme was created by MizB at Should Be Reading. To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading? • What did you recently finish reading? • What do you think you’ll read next? What are you currently reading?
Erinn Wolf needs to reinvent herself. A once celebrated playwright turned photographer, she's almost broke, a little lonely, and tired of her sister's constant worry. When a job on a reality TV show falls into her lap, she's thrilled to be making a paycheck--and when a hot Italian actor named Massimo rents her guesthouse, she's certain her life is getting a romantic subplot. But with the director, brash, gorgeous young Jude, dogging her every step, she can't help but look at herself through his lens--and wonder if she's been reading the wrong script all along. . .
I'm reading this one for the author's virtual book tour. My review will appear on April 30. I'm loving this one, though I wasn't so sure about it in the beginning.
What did you recently finish reading?
Officer Gordon Butler is called to the scene of a body washed up on the beach, a new police chief makes changes, a rapist attacks two women, Ryan and Barbara Strickland’s baby is born, but he faces an even bigger test, and Detectives Milligan and Zachary follow a twisted path of clues to find a killer. I've read this series from the very beginning, so I knew I would enjoy this one. I like the addition of the new police chief and the switching around of personnel that comes as a result. I have to wonder, however, what is in store for Ryan Strickland's future with the Rocky Bluff P.D. after this. My review of this book will appear on Monday.
What do you think you’ll read next?
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I definitely don't read enough writing craft or publishing books, so I'm working on changing that this year. My review of this one is also coming up on Monday. Whoops--double-booked.