Waiting at the doctor's office, waiting at the DMV, waiting for your car's oil to be changed, waiting for pretty much anything is something readers have covered. I had a dentist I used to go to who always ran on time. It should have been great, right? But, with no wait came no reading time while waiting. I now have a dentist who runs late. So, with the Coronavirus causing almost everything in our lives to be cancelled, we readers wait for it to be over doing what we do best. We read.
I've had a great reading year so far, and I am now even in hopes of fitting in a few books I wasn't sure I'd get to, while I wait. I thought I'd share the books that I've just finished and those I've got lined up for the next month. And, if I have to wait longer for the return to some normalcy, I've got that covered, too.
Here are some books you might want to consider while you wait, too. They are all 2020 books, and the last book is not a mystery/crime book, but The Carousels of Paris is a extraordinary book that will bring you much joy.
I'm coming back to this blog post to add a resource that so many people already use, but because my reading doesn't include a lot of cozy mysteries (although that seems to be changing a bit), I'm not the best person to recommend cozies. Lucky for me that I know who the best person to recommend and know all about the world of cozy mystery reading. That person is, of course, Dru Ann Love, and here is the link to her blog Dru's Book Musings so you can get your cozy list there. https://drusbookmusing.com/?fbclid=IwAR2r2fzlGKqAQh2OTxG1dIE2s_mPa4n-ybXcrDA6qYphG-Z-qwTGikdUv9A
Now, for my reading list, which goes to the first part of May.