Author & Audiobook Discoveries + Outside My Comfort Zone | A Month of Faves 2016


Thu. | Dec. 15 – 5 Fave “New to Me” Author Discoveries or Audiobook Narrations This Year #AMonthofFaves2016

I read a lot of new authors this year but I think Roxane Gay goes down as an author to follow from here on out. Bad Feminist was my first book of hers to read and I suspect not my last. She has another non-fiction book and several fiction books out, including the soon to be released Difficult Women. I think Roxane will be on my to-read list for years to come.

Mon. | Dec. 19 – Reading Outside My Comfort Zone #AMonthofFaves2016 – Surprise Find(s) This Year

At one point this year I was looking for an easy read and downloaded a light romance novel Blue Dahlia by Nora Roberts. I’ve read romance here and there over the years and at one point really liked them but I think I’ve become a bit of a book snob in later years. Or maybe it was just this book, but I couldn’t muster up the energy to finish it before it was due back into Overdrive. It isn’t that I necessarily dislike romance novels but maybe I need something with more substance? Also, this one was kind of dated; lots of references to early 00s culture which probably didn’t help. I’m not eschewing romance novels but I think I’ll be pickier about them in the future.

Audiobooks themselves were outside my comfort zone and will definitely be on my radar to imbibe in more next year. I don’t think I strayed too far outside my normal reading range this year.

Throw me something that isn’t non-fiction, historical fiction, or the hottest new release that I should check out!

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One thought on “Author & Audiobook Discoveries + Outside My Comfort Zone | A Month of Faves 2016

  1. Patrice says:

    Okay, I have one for you. “One More Song to Sing” by Lindsay Harrel. I am so addicted to non-fiction, so I only read fiction of writer friends/acquaintances. This was one and I loved it! Light reading about a singer trying to make it in Nashville. There is a bit of Christianity in bit, so fair warning.

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