What’s on your eReader this year?


This was so successful last year during the holidays–I got so  many wonderful suggestions– that I thought we should do it again.

Tell me what’s on your eReader for a chance to win an Amazon Gift Card.

I’m always looking for the next great read.  So, share what you’re amazon-gift-cardreading, get me to read it too, and win a $10 Amazon Gift Certificate.

Just post below between now and January 15th, and if I pick your recommendation, I’ll send you the gift certificate. IOW, convince me that what you’re reading is great.  That easy. So give yourself something for the holidays.

P.S.  If I get 25 comments, I’ll up the gift certificate to $25.  (Last year I ended up giving away two $15 Gift Certificates.)

As for what I’m reading . . .

I’m reading something a little different this year, Furies of Calderon by Jim Butcher (author of the Dresden Files).  Has anyone else read it?

I really enjoyed the Dresden books, so I picked this up from audible and started listening to it.  Well . . . that was way to slow because it grabbed me right away, and I don’t drive enough.  So, I had to pick up the eBook as well, and now I’m going back and forth.  If you enjoy fantasy, this is a good one.

It’s on sale at Amazon and iBooks for 2.99.


Enjoy the season and don’t forget to let me know what you’re reading.

Pat Keelyn







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32 Responses to What’s on your eReader this year?

  1. Joye says:

    I am reading a book by Brad Taylor-GHOSTS OF WAR

    Happy New Year

  2. Marie Davis says:

    Let’s see, last count I have over 2000 books. I just finished Back for Seconds by Ginger Voight. And before that Jenny Colgan’s Cupcake Cafe. I’ve read the Fugly series, Indebted Series by Pepper Winters, by far my favorite. I have Cherry Pie by Virginia Sexton. I’ve read so many Cinderella theme novels I have to brush off the glitter. I love Ava Mills, Carolyn Brown, M Nevers, May Sage, Samantha Holt. I have cookbooks, books on how to crochet, knit, quilt, sew, publish. I read erotica, romance, dark romance, rom-com, chic lit, woman’s lit, history, biographies. I have so many in my wish like that I’m thinking about making separate wish list. Really want to read, read next, will read when all else is read. I have so many favorite authors that when I`m not reading them I feel like I`m cheating on them! If it weren’t for FREE books I would be in debters prison.

  3. Yvonne says:

    Currently reading an ARC by Maryann Jordan titled Picking Up the Pieces. Very good.

  4. Barb McLane Schutte says:

    I am reading Like that endless Camria Sky by Linda Seed. Before that I read The cop whole stole Christmas by Christie Craig. A nice holiday themed read. And I live outskirts of Erie, PA which if yiu have seen the national news we have a record 68 inches of snow since late Christmas Eve.
    Happy Holidays!

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Brrrr. It’s even cold here in Texas, but nothing like you’re getting. Is the Linda Seed book good?

  5. Carolyn Theriot says:

    I have a bunch of books I have not read but what stands out are the Peri-Jean Mace books by Catie Rhodes. Once I started the series I had to binge read until I finished the last one( I think there are 8?). I think Forever Road is the first one and there is a new one coming out in January. I just can’t recommend these enough! So many twists and turns.

  6. Jennifer Rote says:

    I’m currently reading Mafia Daddy: A Contemporary Cinderella Fairy Tale by Jane Henry. Just finished her book Beauty’s Daddy: A Beauty and the Beast Adult Fairy Tale that I enjoyed. I’ve read over 800 books this year and there are so many more I wish I had time for.

  7. Andrea Stoeckel says:

    I have read just under 170 books this year, which is short of my 200 book goal. Right now, I am 2/3 of the way through my Christmas gift: Column of Fire by Ken Follett.

    Goal for 2018? 150 books due to a big move probably late Spring

  8. Jonella Moore says:

    I read so many books every year (last year I read 437) about every and this year I’m reading a lot of sci-if romance and contemporary western romance (I know, weird combo!). I read just about every romance sub-genre. The books I’m currently reading are:
    The Clover Chapel by Devney Perry (love it!)
    RIBUS 7 by Shae Mills (awesome sci-fi romance!)
    Sawyer by Theresa Beachman (dystopian sci-fi romance, a little creepy)
    I also listen to a lot of audiobooks every year. The last couple I listened to was Into the Light by Anna Carven (sci-fi romance) and A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole (an ugly cry contemporary romance which is my favorite audiobook in years!)
    This year my goal is 450 books and 200 audiobooks 😊❤️📚

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      437! Wow. Do you keep a list of all the books you read. I love odd genre combinations as well, but I really love audio books. I always have at least one audio and one eBook going at the same time. That is, unless the audio book is so good that I have grab the eBook, too, and go back and forth. 🙂

  9. Sharon Guagliardo says:

    I have read a lot of books this last year, about 3 a week until October and then I slowed down because of something that happened. I love to read and read many different ways: hardcover, paperback, audible, ebook…it’s all fun for me. Lately I have been getting into mysteries and I’ve been loving the Lee Strauss Ginger Gold mysteries and the Callie’s Kitchen Mysteries by Jenny Kales.

  10. Sonnetta Jones says:

    I am reading Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews, Returning Love by Toni Shiloh and
    Sensible Shoes by Sharon Garlough Brown.

  11. Kristi Hudecek-Ashwill says:

    The Man in the Black Suit by Sylvain Reynard. It’s got mystery, love, and a heck of a twist to it. Like every book I’ve read of his, I started it and didn’t want to put it down.

    My Kindle is loaded with so many books, I don’t know what I got this year. I know I read over 60 books, though, including “Once A Wife”. I loved that book!

    As a side note, I’d like to add that I love it when men write romances. I don’t know what it is about them, but they’re just different. I’m sure women will always have a corner on the market with them and that’s great. There are some fantastic women authors out there. It’s just nice to see some men launching into the genre.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Wow, Kristi. You made my day. I’m thrilled that you enjoyed Once A Wife. My editor insists it’s the best of my romances.

  12. Jackie says:

    Hi. Reading the Silverleaf Chronicles by Vincent Trigili. Excellent

  13. Traci A says:

    I’m currently reading Woe for a Faerie: Keepers of New York (Book One) by B. Brumley.

  14. Mary Preston says:

    I’m re-reading the series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE by George RR Martin.

  15. Sarah O'Brien says:


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