Friday, June 19, 2015

Another Confession

      I have been trying to break out of my comfort zone and read some popular fiction instead of just cozy mysteries.  My confession is I feel guilty. While I liked the basic storylines of some books I have recently read, I just can't take reading another book that is sprinkled with language I find offensive and I am going back to cozies.  I tried to overlook that language, but it just isn't me.  The Rachel Joyce books were good but I feel guilty for having suggested them when they contained language really outside of my comfort zone.  Am I weird or do people really feel the need to talk like that? If so, I am happy to be weird.
      Moving on, a few new cozy titles that I thought were really good:
Tagged for Death by Sherry Harris
Drizzled With Death by Jessie Crockett
Bloom and Doom by Beverly Allen
     As for that pain relief gel I wrote about... I think it has done wonders for me and I am going to Sam's for the big bottle.
     I am concerned about my Oklahoma blogger friends ... let us know about the rain in your areas.  I hope you are not dealing with flooding.  I did read that Blake Shelton aided a driver stuck in water.  If I ever need to be rescued I will take Blake Shelton please.
    And finally, I saw on Pinterest a quote that sums up my life :
HAha! "I tried everything to get to sleep. Everything but putting the book down."


  1. I read The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and did not even notice the language, so I guess I am more jaded. I do like the occasional cozy mystery book--takes me right back to my Nancy Drew days.

  2. Oh, it is just me. The "F" word appears just about any time David is involved.