The Merit of E-Books
I know, I know. When I started this thing I went on some pompous ramble about how I would only be reading physical books and counting them for this purpose. But then a damn pandemic happened and everything changed.
So since having books delivered by Amazon means they'll have to wait in quarantine for several days if they show up at all, I've had to adjust my attitude.
With that in mind, here are some e-books written and published by fellow authors from Twitter that I have picked up and read which totally count toward the end total:
When Nothing Stares Back by Marcus Vance
My review: "A Great Collection - Short stories interspersed with bite-sized morsels of fiction. I read it all in one sitting, then read it all again. Great stuff."
Nightswimming by William F. Aicher
My review: "Properly creepy - I always knew there was a reason I liked pools with lights in them, and now this story is that reason."
Evidence of Changes, Vol. 1 by Micah Thomas
My review: "Stories that make you question reality - Three stories that make you question what is real and what is a psychedelic hallucination. This book pulls you in and doesn't let go. I read the entire thing in one sitting and will now toss The Little Demons Inside onto my TBR list because I need to know more about this crazy world Micah Thomas has created. A great read!"
Something Missing by Kyle Anthony
My review: "Hooked me and kept me on the line - I love a mystery that I can't figure out, and this one kept me guessing until the very end."
So there you go. Four books that I may not have had the opportunity to read had I not been in the position to need to buy some e-books. There are more, but I'll get to those later.
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