Well, folks, I don’t know about where you are, but right here, it’s HOT.
So … when you think about “hot reading,” what does that make you think of? Beach reading? Steamy romances? Books that take place in hot climates? Or cold ones?
Just recently I started exploring the romance genre a little beyond the paranormal and regency period romance novels, and so I suppose it is fitting that the thing that comes to mind when I think of “hot reading” is the romance genre.In most of these books there are happy endings, which since things are in a bit of a rut in my real life at the moment, I’m really enjoying living vicariously through these reads, most of which are simple, cheesy, and just what I need to get my mind off of real life crap.
Aside from my exploration of the new genre, “hot reading” reminds me of one other thing. The Four Month Challenge that I’m taking part in. One of the categories there is a book that you read outside, and all I can think is, if this heat and humidity keeps up, it’ll be a while before I get to that one.