J’s Book Corner

I love to read. I read books, magazines,  the internet, whatever. I am willing to read a wide variety of books and authors, although I do have my favorite.
I am going to try to share my books with you all. There is no framework for this so sometimes it might be a review,  a summary or just saying to check a book or author out.

My goal for this year is to read 46 books, one more than last year. I usually read books on my commute and lunch hour. At home I read magazines and news stories. I currently am at 18 books, 6 books ahead of schedule per Goodreads.

I will read actual books or kindle, depending on if its a good deal. I read both non-fiction and fiction. My favorite genres are true crime and chick lit. I love some classics. I will re-read books if it has been a few years; it is like reading it for the first time.

My favorite authors include Chuck Palahniuk, Dean Koontz, Jennifer Weiner and Jodi Picoult.

I read my first Alex Cross (James Patterson) book and immediately went oout and bought two more. I also really enjoy Barbara Freethy and plan to read more of her books.

I also like the Stieg Larsson books and plan to read more Scandanavian thriller books. I’ve bought several Jo Nesbo books.

I enjoy biographies and books on pieces of histroy. I read a lot of books on WWII and Nazi Germany. I just find it a fascinating amd horrible time.

I  not a fan of romance novels. I’ve read a few and don’t mind some but I don’t seek them out. I have the Fifty Shades books (someone gave them to me) but
have yet to read them. They just don’t interest me and I’ve heard the writing is terrible.

I look forward to sharing my world of books with you! And maybe you can share some of your favorites with me. I am always looking for new books/authors.

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Jenna Volden has a degree in business and has spent the last 10 plus years working for others. She believes it is time to start her own photography and writing business. She enjoys running, coffee and helping others achieve their goals. Gluten-free foods are a lifestyle, not a choice, for her due to celiac disease. She is currently based in Phoenix, Arizona.

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