Connect Five Friday is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date. (The hashtag is #connect5books). This is a fun and creative way to think about my books and reading. Check out Kathyrn’s blog and link up your Friday Five!
The five book-related items need to connect in some way, but each person who participates can decide for themselves what the book subject and connection is. For example, you could write about five books read last year or five books you want to read. It could even be favorite bookstores or five movies made from books.
This week I’m talking about the five books I want to make sure I’ve read by the end of 2020. These are all books which have a good possibility to make me happy–and that’s what I’ve wanted with most of my books this year.
Night Shift Dragons by Rachel Aaron
I’ve read all the Heartstriker series–the previous series Rachel Aaron wrote. This DFZ series is set in that same world.
I like how original Rachel Aaron is with her dragons and with the world building in these books.
The Green Man’s Foe by Juliet E. McKenna
This is not horror (though the cover looks like it)! I read the first book in this series and really liked it.
Ms. McKenna shows a conception of fantasy in the United Kingdom I would love to see!
Dead Blow by Lisa Preston
This is the second Horseshoer mystery. I’d never read a book about a female Horse Shoer!
That was the first thing which attracted me to this series. Then I discovered the series takes place in Oregon in the area I grew up. And it’s a mystery with horses and a dog and some romance. All things I liked in the first series.
Stars Beyond by S.K. Dunstall
I like S.K. Dunstall’s science fiction space opera. She writes really interesting characters and exciting stories.
I have an audiobook version of this book and look forward to listening to it.
The Secret of Happy Ever After by Lucy Dillon
I’ve read several of Lucy Dillon’s books. Her books are a joy to read.
I love the way she writes about dogs, women’s friendships and that her books have some romance in them.
Have you read any of these books? How did you like them? What books are you interested in reading before the end of the year?