have e reader, now own embarrassingly large well written filth collection is it just me?l

(27 Posts)
ifIsaynodontjustaskdad Mon 11-Mar-13 21:11:53

I've always read a lot, to make way for kids stuff dh got me a reader and charity shopped most of my books. When covers were on display I mainly read terry pratchett, tom Holt, jasper fforde, Jane Austen etc. I still do, but as I have everything they've written I got bored...

Since getting my e reader I have all Georgette heyer, Liz Carlyle, Jr ward, kresley Cole, Eloisa James, julia london, etc. Also all the dragon actually series and various others. Basically well written filth, fantasy filth and regency romance. No idea how I got here from satire and Tolkien.

I'm not sure if the deterioration is down to the fact that I read trying to stay awake through night feeds, or just because nobody can judge the books they can't see.

Please help - at least let me know I'm not alone, oh and recommend more books please.

My previous tactic of sorting by price for free and reviews over three stars and downloading without looking has resulted in content I wish I could scrub from my mind and my archive. And late night typing errors. Do not type storming her castle when you want storming the castle. Ick.

No to 50 shades or chick lit. Though 50 sheds of grey is quite funny.

TunipTheVegedude Tue 19-Mar-13 09:35:12

Thank you Nature.

I think MNHQ should commission SolidGoldBrass to write something just for us, personally. It could have fruit shoots and Greggs sausage rolls and all sorts.

NatureAbhorsAHoover Tue 19-Mar-13 09:37:01

God, re-reading that thread I linked to, I really must stop banging on about the Kushiel thing. I mean it was good but it's not that bloody great hmm

Joey W Hill was FAR more filthy. And Sara's Girl (Harry/Draco slash fiction writer) beats them all.

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