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Dia De Los Muertos Art
Artwork at the Dia De Los Muertos Festival hosted by MECA in the Sixth Ward near downtown Houston Texas. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Don’t you love this photo? Doesn’t it say, “Sit down. It’s totally safe. You can read your book here…” I’m thinking of using it for the duration of my eReader Diving adventure. 🙂

Because of the incoming holidays, I’m putting my Why She/He/I wrote on hiatus until January. But I want to keep the reader focused theme of Wednesday, so I decided to call it “eReader Diving.”

It’s like dumpster diving without the dirt, the smell, or—well, I was going to say dead bodies, but in my fiction there are often dead bodies. LOL

How does one eReader dive? One does it by opening up your eReader of choice and looking for a book that jumps out at you and sharing it here. It can be something you’ve read or something you forgot to read. Feel free to join me in the comments because you know I love them.

My share this week is called “The Vigilant Ones” by Alexis Glynn Latner. It’s actually a short story, but I loved it. I’m also a fan of her novel, Hurricane Moon, which will be re-releasing early in 2015. While you’re waiting, check out her short fiction. You’ll be glad you did.

Please dive into your eReader and share a book or short story in the comments. And if you remember, tell me what made you add it to your eReader TBR. I love comments so much, I enter them into my monthly drawing for an AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value). I announce the winner the first blog post of the new month. 🙂

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Perilously yours,

Pauline

eReader Diving: The Vigilant Ones
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4 thoughts on “eReader Diving: The Vigilant Ones

  • November 19, 2014 at 6:54 pm
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    I would totally sit in that chair and read … and not get interrupted! Bwhahahahaha

  • November 19, 2014 at 6:33 am
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    I actually did an e-reader dive a couple of weeks ago. Knowing I have a few thousand books on my device, I often forget what I have available. I found a book that has been there since May 2013 that was calling out to be read. The novel about a world with rains that can be lethal intrigued me enough to buy it a year and a half ago. I am just sorry I waited so long to actually read it but I finally did. It was fantastic! The book – The Rains of Imarcia by Marie Croke.

    I looked up Alexis Glynn Latner in Amazon and found Hurricane Moon. It looks like something I’d like to read when it is re-released. Thanks a lot Pauline! I really did not need to add to my TBR/Wish list.

    • November 19, 2014 at 8:49 am
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      Oh, that does sound like an intriguing read! I’ll have to look it up! Hurricane Moon is wonderful and so is her short fiction. So excited that she’ll be re-releasing HM and the two sequels! LOL I’m so bad, too. I keep telling myself I’m not allowed to buy anything new until xyz and then boom, I’ve clicked the buy button.

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