SO … WHAT DO I READ? #WWReadathon

A week from today is the Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon, scheduled to run from the 21st to 23rd October.

And this nutter (crazily) signed up for it. Thirty-six hours of pure reading!

The only problem now is I have NO idea which books to read for it.

So I thought I’d ask for some help. From you guys!

Below is a list of books on my Kindle, as well as one or two paperbacks. Skim through. See if anything catches your eye. And stick it in the comments. If I get a tonne of suggestions, I’ll probably go with the first suggestion from each commentor before moving on to the next recommendation. Cheers (VERY MUCH) in advance.

Here’s my list:

1) Fire Bound—a Belador Short – Sherrilyn Kenyon/Dianna Love     2) Five – Christie Rich

3) The Arranger – L.J. Sellers     4) Strange Neighbours – Ashlyn Chase     5) Nightshade – Andrea Cremer

6) Night Life – Caitlin Kittredge     7) Enclave – Ann Aguirre     8 ) Kitty and the Midnight Hour – Carrie Vaughn

9) Shine – Lauren Myracle     10) Friday Night Bites – Chloe Neill     11) Hades – Alexandra Adornetto

12) Nevermore – Kelly Creagh     13) Night Rising – Chris Marie Green     14)  Leaving Paradise – Simone Elkeles

15) Wolf at the door – Christine Warren     16) Forgive my Fins – Tera Lynn Childs     17) Abandon – Meg Cabot

18) First Grave on the Right – Darynda Jones     19) Dark Time – Dakota Banks     20) Bad Taste in Boys – Carrie Harris

21) Airborne – Constance Sharper     22) Queen of Shadows – Dianne Sylvan     23) Last Wolf Standing – Rhyannon Byrd

24) Marked – Elisabeth Naughton     25) Touch the Dark – Karen Chance     26) Dragon Actually – Gena Showalter

27) To Catch a Spirit – Carrie Pulkinen    28) Jacob – Jacqueline Frank     29) Halfway to the Grave – Jeanine Frost

30) Fantasy Lover – Sherrilyn Kenyon    31) Storm Front – Jim Butcher     32)  Amaretto Flame – Sammie Spencer

33) Embrace the Darkness – Alexandra Ivy     34) On the Prowl – Karen McInerney     35) Fangs for the Memories – Kathy Love

36) Deadworld – J.N. Duncan     37) You Slay Me – Kate MacAlister     38) Full Moon Rising – Keri Arthur

39) Bad Blood – L.A. Banks     40) Sold to the Highest Bidder – Donna Alward     41) Blue Moon – Lori Handeland

42) Touched by Angels – Peggy Webb     43) Quick Bite – Lynsay Sands     44)  A Ripple in Time – Julia Hughes

45) Shadow Touch – Erin Kellison     46)    Sleeping with the Fishes     47)  Lonely Millionaire – Carol Grace

48) Deadly Sanctuary – Sylvia Nobel/Christy Moeller     49) Bitten &Smitten – Michelle Rowen

50) Throwaway – Heather Huffman     51) Slave to Sensation – Nalini Singh     52) When the Devil Whistles – Rick Acke

53) Covergirl – Maura Moynihan     54) Masked by Moonlight – Nancy Gideon     55) Bright Young Things – Anna Godbersen

56) Broken Wings – Sandra Edwards     57) Divine by Mistake     58) Ill Wind – Rachel Caine

59) Covet – J.R. Ward     60) Succubus Blues – Richelle Mead     61) Rosemary & Rue – Seanan MacGuire

62) The Devil Made Me Do It – Amelia James     63) Tempest Rising – Tracy Deebs

64) Unholy Ghosts – Stacia Kane     65) Isaac – P.H. Dillard

66) Cutless & Musket—Tales of Piratical Skulduggery (anthology)     67) Kiss of Crimson – Lara Adrian

68) Riding the Storm – Sydney Croft

See? See why I need help choosing?

And if you’re participating in the Read-A-Thon yourself, but struggling with what to read, why not grab yourself a copy of my E-Book Fated Encounter. It’s FREE! And it’s SHORT (so it’ll be a notch on your bedpost with little time used to achieve it).

For E-Reader, click HERE!

Or for Kindle, you can nab yourself a copy HERE!

How about you? Are you signed up?

See you all next week!


21 thoughts on “SO … WHAT DO I READ? #WWReadathon

  1. I have a bunch of those books but have only read two so far, Bitten & Smitten and Strange Neighbors. Between the two I would vote for Strange Neighbors because it’s a light read. You don’t want to read any overly emotional books that will make you want to stop reading.

  2. I’ve not read too many on your list so not much help other than to say that I just bought Enclave to read myself so it would be nice to have another Pen read it. I’d accelerate it in my queue if you picked it

    1. I’ll pop that as number 3 then, Claire. Thanks. 🙂

      1) Strange Neighbours
      2) Succubus Blues
      3) Enclave

      Any that don’t get read during the readathon, I’ll deffo continue with once the weekend is over. So Keep them coming. 🙂

  3. Hi there, unfortunately I haven’t read any on your list. They all sound good though. I always go for a good vampire, or werewolf story. Anything fantasy I love, as it takes me to another world. I get so into the books I read I am there with them. It takes me away from the same mundane things in life. Ha ha so maudlin. Anyway whatever you pick they all sound good, so to follow on from the first two, just read them in order if you don’t get any more tips. Good luck anyway and enjoy.

    1. Sounds as though you enjoy the same material as me, Julie, and read for the same reasons, too.
      Pretty sure the first suggestion might be werewolf (though I don’t *know* as I haven’t read that author before).
      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  4. Thought I’d stop by and give my opinion. 🙂

    I’ve read and loved:
    Shine * Good if you want to be horrified by people’s actions.
    Nevermore * Must read
    Bright Young Things

    Haven’t read this one, but it’s one of my possibles: Forgive my Fins

    1. Okay, based on the ‘must read’ tha follows it, I’m going with Nevermore from your recommendations, Amanda.

      Thanks for stopping by to help.

      1) Strange Neighbours
      2) Succubus Blues
      3) Enclave
      4) Nevermore


  5. Gah…..what to pick…???….you poor thing…..but you ought to read the following (if only to expand horizons) 🙂

    23) Rhyannon Byrd’s 3 werewolf books are easy and entertaining
    25) Karen Chance – start this series and you won’t be able to put them down
    29) Jeaniene Frost is a MUST read (somewhere in time)
    30) Sherrilyn Kenyon’s (long) series is a must (when you have time) although some are not as good as others
    31) Jim Butcher – if you LOVE urban fantasy
    38) Keri Arthur – like Frost, is a MUST read…eventually
    45) Erin Kellison’s two books (three coming out soon) are very different – but good
    51) Nalini Singh is a DEFINITE must read
    61) Seanne McGuire is ‘faeriely’ detective….
    67) Kara Adrian again is a MUST read (eventually….)
    68) Sydney Croft is VERY clever and HOT….!!

    Sorry – I can’t decide what’s best, but these are outstanding !!

    1. Gargh! Carole-Ann, what are you trying to do to me with so many suggestions? Okay, in all fairness, I will always try and read anything you take the time to recommend, so you can rest assured I will get to every one of your suggestions in time, but for next weekend, I shall add Last Wolf Standing to my list (and hope I can read fast enough to get to it–though it will get read, either way).

      1) Strange Neighbours
      2) Succubus Blues
      3) Enclave
      4) Nevermore
      5) Last Wolf Standing

      There’s a chance I’ll get through more because if I find the pacing too slow on any or they feel like I’m pulling teeth, then I shall ditch and move onto the next–simply because I want the readathon to be as enjoyable as possible.
      Thanks, Carole-Ann. 🙂

  6. Absolutely read First Grave on the Right, I am in love with those books and I moght even have a girl crush on the author. Too awesome and hilarious.
    then go with Friday Night Bites and You Slay Me

    1. LOL, OKay, added.

      New list:

      1) Strange Neighbours
      2) Succubus Blues
      3) Unholy Ghosts
      4) Nevermore
      5) First Grave on the Right.

      Man, how am I supposed to get through so many in THREE DAYS?!?!?!? Hehehehe–but you all know I’ll just keep right on reading even once this over, right? 🙂

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