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Tooth & Claw

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Love Lies Bleeding

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I thought I had another Victorian beach-house tearoom mystery left in the series, but it turns out the next one isn’t available until November. I was not mentally prepared for that. Luckily, it turns out I’d downloaded one of the author’s other books last year, so I’ve decided to give it a try. This is another cozy mystery series, this time featuring a jam maker based at the local farmers market, who solves crimes with her twin brother. No ghosts that I’m aware of, but the author includes recipes, which is something that was sadly missing from the tearoom books.

What are you reading these days?

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Apparently Victorian-beach-house tearoom paranormal mysteries are my jam, because I’m starting the third book in this series. In my last Currently Reading post, I mentioned I really liked these covers. Well, I have another confession to make: the silly titles make me giggle. Yes, I have a thing for wordplay, which (thankfully?) tends to come out only in conversation and not in my writing.

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So, what are you reading these days, and how do you feel about puns? Share in the comments…

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I ended up enjoying the last book I read enough that I felt compelled to go on to the next one in the series. I think that what I like best about these books is the beach setting with the Victorian house that just fell into the protagonist’s lap, along with a teahouse and a resident ghost. Pure wishful thinking for me, and I’m enjoying the fantasy of my own Victorian tearoom beach house as much as the story itself. Anyone who wants to bequeath a house like this to me, I promise I’ll take good care of it, ghosts and all…

(Oh, and I know you’re not supposed to judge them this way, but I also really like the covers on these books.)

What are you reading these days? Share in the comments…

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Aspasía S. Bissas

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It turns out the book I mentioned in my last Currently Reading post isn’t meant to be read straight through. The author actually instructs not to read more than a chapter a week, to make sure you thoroughly understand the subject matter (makes sense). This, however, is not a satisfying situation for any reader, especially since a book on anxiety and phobias isn’t exactly one you can lose yourself in, even when you’re not limited to perusing small chunks very slowly. So I’m picking up a book on the side. Something fun and distracting (which I think is as much therapy as any self-evaluation or visualization exercise). I don’t usually read mysteries, but it’s hard to resist one with witches and vampires.

What are you reading these days?

Cheers,

Aspasía S. Bissas

(P.S. If you’d like to see what else I’ve read, check out my Goodreads page.)