The way things are going right now, it’s more a question of whether I know where anything is. I would probably kill for Hermione’s time-turner from Harry Potter. I don’t think I could actually get less sleep than I am right now, but I might have a chance at getting stuff done. It’s amazing how HUGE a block of time 2 days seems when you’re looking at it from a month in advance, and how tiny it actually is when it rolls around.
We’re home again, for slightly less than 48 hours. My life is again being choreographed by Willie Nelson, and I don’t even like country music.
The fun, and crazy-making thing about perpetual connectedness is that the blog goes on, wherever the blogger happens to be. This week I’ve been sleeping in Seattle (I still haven’t see Sleepless in Seattle, must fix that) Atlanta, and Cincinnati. Next week, Atlanta and Little Rock.
Since the blog never sleeps, what did happen?
The winner of the Autumn’s Harvest Blog Hop was Tina. And the winner of the NetGalley copy of Samantha Kane’s The Devil’s Thief was Gaby. Congratulations to the winners!
Remembrance Day –Veterans’ Day 2012
B- Review: Ice Cold by Cherry Adair
Interview with Cherry Adair + Giveaway (there’s still time to enter!)
Guest Post: Marie Treanor on Writing Unreality + Giveaway
B- Review: Tudor Rose and Tudor Rubato by Jamie Salisbury (giveaway in the comments!)
B Review: Lady Alexandra’s Excellent Adventure by Sophie Barnes
B+ Review: There’s Something About Lady Mary by Sophie Barnes
Interview with Sophie Barnes + Giveaway (still time to enter this one too!)
On My Wishlist-Waiting on Wednesday-Desperately Wanting Wednesday-On the Weekend
This coming week is going to go by in a blur! For those of us in the U.S., this week is Thanksgiving. It seems kind of early this year, but it’s the fourth Thursday in November, whether we’re ready for it or not.
On Tuesday, I’ll have a guest post from Tara Fox Hall, and I’ll also be reviewing two of her books, Promise Me and Broken Promise. Just before the Thanksgiving feast, we’re going to be talking about vampires and werecreatures. Should be fun.
On Wednesday, I’ll have a review of a fascinating historical spy novel by Kit Brennan. I couldn’t resist this one, just from the title alone. The full title is: Whip Smart, Lola Montez Conquers the Spaniards. But so far in my reading, I don’t think Lola Montez is really Lola Montez. That’s part of the fun! The story is set in 1842, so this Lola Montez was Mata Hari way before Mata Hari–if she did half what she’s accused of.
On Thursday, Reading Reality will be one of the stops on the Fall in Love Giveaway Hop, hosted by Reading Romances. This blog hop runs from November 22 through November 29, so there will be plenty of time to stop at all of the hop sites.
And that’s important, because on November 23, one day only, I’ll also be a stop on the Black Friday Blog Hop. Just because Black Friday is only one day. Thank goodness!
Tune in next week for another chapter in the Perils of Marlene, or, as the move turns!