Favorite Books that I Wrote:
They are complex, spell-binding and scary. I want goosebumps, and if a reader dives under the blankets while reading one of my books, my job is done – until the next book! And a tear, or an honest to goodness laugh out loud, are the cherry on the cake.
Favorite Books by People who Aren’t Me.
I am not a lover of explicit sex, but I became quite obsessed with Christian Grey. The series had been quite severely criticized, but I found it a very well-developed story line, and Christian’s obsessions after his bad start in life very feasible.
I love Barbara Erskine’s work. It is paranormal, always with elements of ghosts or the past interfering with people in the present. Completely up my street.
Philippa Gregory writes about my most favorite part of the English history. My favorite English king was the beleaguered King Richard 111. Philippa has a book on his life, but I forget the title. In that era, witchcraft was rife, of course. Ghosts were a fact of life. I just love the period.
I love all Dan Brown’s works. Very well researched, stories well told, intriguing. Ken Follet is one of those authors who can really carry a story. You can completely loose yourself in the world he creates.
My reading is quite eclectic – it varies from paranormal to historical and anything in between. I do not read sci-fi at all, I do not do horror if it includes tentacles and many rows of teeth, and I am not fond of erotica, unless it has a very strong romance that drives it.
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