During the holiday, I realised that I haven’t read that much MM fiction, so I used the time to begin to rectify this, more about why this is in another post...I also read something in my usual genre, and thought I’d take my own advice, and read something else completely different and outside my usual genre.
I plan to post my thoughts on what I read over the coming weeks. I’m not calling them reviews, as I won’t give them ratings; I am taking the Elisa Rolle approach, and just including my thoughts on what I liked. Hopefully it’ll inspire you to read something you’d not considered before. Here’s the list of what I’ve recently read.
- The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
- How Much For the Whole Night? By RJ Scott
- Pole Star by Jo Myles
- An Absolute Scandal by Penny Vincenzi
- Bear Naked by JL Merrow
- Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
- First Impressions by Jo Myles
We also had a day trip to Toulouse, which included a visit to an art gallery of a photographer, Arthur Tress, which included quoting from his website: ‘work dealing with the hidden dramas of adult relationships and the re-enactments of male homosexual desire...’
Have you read any of these books? What did you think? Have you had your summer holiday yet? I’d love to hear from you.
Until next time