Curious Minds by Janet Evonovich and Phoef Sutton: some thoughts at the midpoint

Okay, so I don’t have a blog topic this week. Life has been crazy, and this post is more of a placeholder than anything else so that I don’t fall out of this new habit I’m developing.

Not to mention I’m crazy-deep in The Curator’s Song right now and things are really singing within the story. Very excited to finish this next installment in The Corellion Legacy.

And even more excited about the next project after that: The Lord’s Tale, part three.

Yes, folks, I will be writing the last part of that book after I finish The Curator’s Song. And boy am I ready to get back to it. I really miss that world! (Not to mention I kind of left it on a cliffhanger in part two, so…yeah. Definitely need to get back to that world.)

Anyway, during times when I can’t write but I can read, I’ve been reading Curious Minds, a mystery by Janet Evanovich and Phoef Sutton. I haven’t finished it yet. However, I would like to point out, here at the midpoint, that I think it’s a pretty good book so far. Riley Moon is a typical middle-class girl aspiring for more, and it doesn’t hurt that she’s got down-home roots. Emerson Knight is quirky. And smart. And very strange. The story itself, especially the romantic subplot, is fun. Just enough humor to keep things from getting too heavy, but there’s some great moments in there where I was very impressed by what had been said. I’m hoping the romance gets a little more…romantic, but it’s primarily a mystery, so my expectations are low.

This is the first Janet Evanovich book I’ve read, co-written or not. So far, I like it. I hope to finish it and read Dangerous Minds at some…future…point. If I have the time.

Back to writing.

How about you? What have you been reading lately?



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