- Spanish Town, Jamaica
- member since January 19, 2009
I added in many of my books by glancing at other people's shelves and then hitting add as I recalled what I'd read. It was sort of a fun process that I'm still adding to as one book triggered memories of other similar books or ones read during particular ages in my life. In another post in 12 X 12, I indicated that years ago, I did read romance for a few years, but the titles and plots started to blur together for me and it has been so long that none of those appear on my shelves.
I'm guessing that living on an island tends to increase the costs of many items and not just the book taxes you spoke of. I'd love to go to the Caribbean some day. I'm a beach lover, but the Pacific water off northern CA is not conducive to lots of swimming except on very hot days being rather cold water.
Saw your post about the In Death books. It sort of makes a difference when you read them out of order. At a minimum, I would recommend you read the first book before any of the others. I'm attaching a link to the group for this series, specifically the book list to help you with the order.
This is my most favorite series, ever, which is the reason for this message. I SO want you to enjoy it as I and many others do. Hope this is helpful.
Thanks for joining the Mystery & Suspense group! Tell us something about you in the Introduce Yourself discussion topic and who are some of your favorite authors in this genre.
Our next book for group discussion is Don't Tell by Karen Rose discussion topics for the book will be posted on October 15. I hope you'll participate.