Laying in bed surfing the Kindle and Google Play Book stores for hours can be pretty dangerous! Especially when I see books on my wishlist for under $3. It's so easy to click Buy and suddenly have hundreds of wonderful, exciting new unread pages at your fingertips. But since I won't be working for the next several weeks and therefore won't have any money coming in, I should probably stop!
A couple of these were free downloads that looked decent. More often than not I find free e-books and short stories to be either cheesy, boring, poorly written, or a combination of the three. But these looked promising, so I'll give them a shot.
Believe it or not, I have actually never used the Kindle app on my tablet until a few days ago. I finally played around with it some and I downloaded several books, so I think that after I finish Nineteen Eighty-Four I'll read something on the Kindle app so I can play around with some of the features and see how I like it.
I'm listing the genres of my purchases here because lately I've been trying to keep better track of the genres and categories of books I've been purchasing and reading.
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sohpie Kinsella: Chick-Lit, Contemporary, Romance
Emma's Secret by Steena Holmes: Contemporary, Mystery, Family
The House of Closed Doors by Jane Steen: Historical Fiction (1870s), Mystery
The Girl Who Came Home by Hazel Gaynor: Historical Fiction (1910s/1980s)
The Mind Readers by Lori Brighton: Young Adult, Paranormal/Fantasy,
The Lake by AnnaLisa Grant: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Lost and Found by Nicole Williams: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell: Contemporary, Romance, Chick-Lit
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin: Young Adult, Fantasy/Paranormal
Wonder by R.J. Palacio: Young Adult, Coming of Age, Contemporary
Swim by Jennifer Weiner: Contemporary, Romance, Chick-Lit