Murder Lo Mein
I started the third book in the Noodle Shop mystery series a few nights ago. In many ways, this feels like something I could write. That makes it seem approachable. I'm only a few pages into this, but it's like catching up on a conversation with a friend you haven't seen in awhile - easy and fun. I do get glimmers that this is following into the cozy mystery trope of the lead not being able to pick a "special someone" to focus on. I do find that aggravating after a few books.
Also, I have been on a reading tear this year. I read Cradles of the Reich by Jennifer Coburn in less than a week. (Never good shake the Nazi ick factor on that one.) I read Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur in two nights. A friend and I went to her live show and I want to read everything she's written. This was her first book of poetry and it's a powerful call of womanhood.
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