Friday Reads – 11/21/14

It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve done one of these Friday Reads posts — final edits on Nether took up pretty much all of my time! Unfortunately, it’s also meant that I haven’t done as much reading as usual (and the new Warcraft expansion is also partially to blame for that! 🙂 )

Here are a few of the things I’ve read that I’ve absolutely loved.

I was fortunate to be able to read Elizabeth Hunter’s entire Shadows and Gold novella (thank you, my friend!), which she’s currently publishing as a serial on her website. AMAZING. Tenzin is one of my favorite characters of Hunter’s and this, as well as her other Tenzin novella, The Bronze Blade, are both fantastic reads.

I’ve also read the first two books in Eve Langlais’s Kodiak Point series, Kodiak’s Claim and Outfoxed by Love — both very fun reads, and I definitely plan on reading the rest of the series. Eve also has a Kodiak Point book in the Kiss of Christmas Magic collection, which I’m currently reading my way through  — if you love paranormal romance, you need to grab this collection! It’s only $0.99 and contains 20 never-before-published novellas by some of the bestselling authors in the genre.

As far as comics, I’ve been catching up and revisiting some of my favorites via trade paperback. Hawkeye vol. 3, Captain Marvel vol. 1, and Lazarus vol. 1 and 2 (which I’ve read before but wanted to read again — glad I did. It’s probably one of my favorite comics right now) were all part of the rotation these last couple of weeks.

I’m also currently reading Amy Elliot Bragg’s Hidden History of Detroit, which has been on my TBR pile for quite a while.

I’m hoping to get more reading done over the next few weeks. I’m currently beta reading for a Twitter pal of mine and I have books on my Kindle by Killian McRae, Jill Myers, Jasinda Wilder, Marjorie Liu, and Amber Jaeger that I’m looking forward to reading. I’m also anxiously awaiting the trade paperback of Kieron Gillen’s The Wicked + the Divine, which will be out later this week.

So, that’s my list of recent and future reads. Any recommendations?

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