Morning Reader Edition #3

Ugh, I've been a bad reader. And over a month since my last post!
  • I finally finished Katherine by Anya Seton, the audiobook, being carried through the final chapters on an emotional wave of amazement. It's a romance in the old sense of the word. The review is on it's way. Here!
  • Nora Olsen is a wonderful friend and gave me a copy of her new book, Frenemy of the People and just having skimmed the beginning, I know I'll love it. (So excited!)
  • In case you missed it I just posted a review of the cozy neighborhood romance, The Family Man by Heidi Cullinan and Marie Sexton.
  • That Christian Romance I mentioned last time? That was Making Waves and I finally reviewed that, too.
  • I also finally reviewed Dark Edge of Honor. I'm still not sure if it was worth it, but fans of the authors, sci-fi and military romance are sure to enjoy it.
  • All in all, I've been utterly horrible keeping up with my yearly goals. Goodreads says I've read twenty books (while my list says only fourteen), but five of those probably won't even get their own reviews, and in total, ten of the twelve romance books I read were gay romance. I'm seven books behind! My list of seven never-before-read-authors isn't complete, I'm working on paring it down from a long list I came up with back in February.
  • By the way, I've posted a couple snazzy posts on instagram and will continue to post some book related things there. If you don't want to see soccer or my face, just follow the tag #auroralector, no one else is using it.
  • Finally, in the best news of all, Emma Approved, that snappy and wonderful web-series, is back for the summer! It's an adaptation of Austen's Emma by the Bernie Su and Hank Green run company, Pemberley Digital. It's getting better and better as we go on. I know, 70 episodes is daunting, and you may not have read Emma (neither have I, intrepid reader!) but it's so worth it.
More reviews coming, and a little more variety now.