I've read some really great books lately, and some that were free on Kindle and I totally can see why they were free. Ye Gads - I can't believe some of the stuff that gets published.
But here are some of my favorites.
LOVE Tana French. Her first three books were amazing. I devoured them in a day each. I just downloaded the fourth, Broken Harbor, and it was really, really, really good - not quite on the same level, because it kind of went south for me towards the end, it was a bit unbelieveable and far fetched - but it was still a good read.
Let's Pretend This Never Happened, by The Internet Goddess, The Bloggess. Totally hysterical and extremely funny. I may have snorted a few times when I read this. I don't know that I'd recommend reading it on a plane - your fellow passengers may look at you funny when you shriek with laughter. Just know that there's a fair amount in there about animals and taxidermy and one part that made me want to puke. Fair warning.
Alli Worthington is a phenomenal woman. I'm constantly amazed and awed by all she does. She has been a HUGE proponent of iPhone photography - and I can't believe that a lot of the images that she posts are taken using the iPhone - but they are. She put together a book with tips and hints, and I've gotta say, it's spectacular. And, it's $5. I know. FIVE DOLLARS. (The price goes up to $10 Monday morning!) Since reading this, I've become much more proficient and handy with the iPhone - not to say I don't use my DSLR, but the iPhone is always, always with me. It's probably the best $5 you'll spend all day. Maybe even all week. There's a button on the sidebar over there --->>> that links to the purchase location - full disclosure - if you use that button I make a couple of pennies.
Out of Time by Deborah Truscott was one of those free books that I actually really liked.I love time travel stories and this was a good one - of course, it had a romance angle, but whatever. Good read when you are by the pool or at the beach - not too much to think about.
One Breath Away by Heather Gudenkauf - this was a little difficult to read, thanks to the school shooting aspect of it, and I figured out who the mystery character was about half way through - but it was a good read.
What have you read lately that you loved?