What to do?

Yesterday was Independence Day and I spent the day BBQing and drinking with family and friends.  Afterwards, I decided that sleep was better than turning on my computer or reading more of Wilde’s Fire by Krystal Wade on my Kindle.  Forgive me.  Sometimes I need a little independence from my hobbies even.  Tomorrow, expect a review of The Drought by Patricia Fulton, my indie review of the week.  And to my horror lovers, it is a must read.

I planned on originally posting this poll on Sunday along with the books I plan to review, won, purchased and whatnot…but hey, here it is for you.  Even though I haven’t had my Kindle for more than a month, I’ve collected at least two hundred books.  Obviously, I don’t have the time to review each one, but I decided to let ya’ll pick one for me to read that has been sitting on my Kindle for a while.  Go ahead.  Pick one.  And if you can’t wait for me to review it, check it out.  4 of 5 of these books are currently free on Amazon.

Branded by Keary Taylor:

Jessica’s had the nightmares for as long as she can remember. Nightmares of being judged for people who have died, of being branded by the angels. Her friends and family think she’s a crazy because of it all. Yet she carries the mark of the condemned, seared into the back of her neck, and hides it and herself away from the world.

But when two men she can’t ignore enter her life everything changes, including the nightmares. The two of them couldn’t be more different. She will do anything to be with one of them. Even tell him the truth about angels, why she never sleeps, and the scar on the back of her neck. But one of the two has set events into motion what will pull her toward her own judgment and turn her into the object of her greatest fear.

The Book of  Deacon by Joseph R. Lallo:

The tale of Myranda Celeste, a young woman orphaned by a century long war, and her chance discovery of a fallen soldier’s priceless cargo. The find will change her life, sending her on an adventure of soldiers and rebels, wizards and warriors, and beasts both noble and monstrous. Each step will bring her closer to the truth of her potential, of the war, and of the fate of her world.

Moon Dance (Vampire for Hire#1) by J. R. Rain:

Mother, wife, private investigator…vampire. Six years ago federal agent Samantha Moon was the perfect wife and mother, your typical soccer mom with the minivan and suburban home. Then the unthinkable happens, an attack that changes her life forever. And forever is a very long time for a vampire.

Now the world at large thinks Samantha has developed a rare skin disease, a disease which forces her to quit her day job and stay out of the light of the sun. Now working the night shift as a private investigator, Samantha is hired by Kingsley Fulcrum to investigate the murder attempt on his life, a horrific scene captured on TV and seen around the country. But as the case unfolds, Samantha discovers Kingsley isn’t exactly what he appears to be; after all, there is a reason why he survived five shots to the head.

The Girl Born of Smoke by Jessica Billings:

When Aurora is thrust into a world torn apart by war, she realizes she is the magically gifted child everyone is searching for. Haunted by the guilt of her sister’s accidental death and terrified of being found out, she swears never to use her powers. But all that changes when her best friend is mistaken as the wizard and kidnapped.

In her struggle to rescue him, she finds evidence the opposing armies may be connected, controlled by a single individual with his own agenda. With loved ones on both sides of the war, she is forced to decide who she can trust as she tries to stop the fighting. But, can she even trust her own sanity?

Raven’s Heart by M.S. Verish:

When Aurora is thrust into a world torn apart by war, she realizes she is the magically gifted child everyone is searching for. Haunted by the guilt of her sister’s accidental death and terrified of being found out, she swears never to use her powers. But all that changes when her best friend is mistaken as the wizard and kidnapped.

In her struggle to rescue him, she finds evidence the opposing armies may be connected, controlled by a single individual with his own agenda. With loved ones on both sides of the war, she is forced to decide who she can trust as she tries to stop the fighting. But, can she even trust her own sanity?

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