That Romance When You Need It promotional post came in just when I needed it. Not that I hadn’t been reading a romance the night before, but because the book I’d planned to review on Friday won’t be published for another month. I don’t mind posting a review a few days before the book comes out, but a whole month is a bit too far ahead. Shift happens. Or more specifically, publication date shift happens.
I don’t normally do promotional posts like that one, but the video was cute. And I was caught more than a bit short. And also, the whole thing was done through TLC Book Tours. I work regularly with them, they always send me interesting books and their tour organizers are terrific to work with. So we helped each other out Friday, and it was fun.
Speaking of fun, or not fun, I had a colonoscopy on Thursday, which kind of messed up Wednesday and Thursday. The procedure is nothing. The prep is no fun at all, but for something that one generally only has to deal with every 10 years, well worth the inconvenience for the peace of mind. And that’s this week’s public service announcements (PSA).
Now on to the books…
A+ Review: When Falcons Fall by C.S. Harris
A- Review: Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop
B+ Review: Birds of a Feather by Jacqueline Winspear
B Review: Two to Wrangle by Victoria Vane
Promo Post: Romance When You Need It
Stacking the Shelves (174)
Coming Next Week:
The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie (blog tour review)
Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop (review)
America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie (blog tour review)
Hell Squad: Holmes by Anna Hackett (review)
The SEAL’s Secret Lover by Anne Calhoun (review)
The SEAL’s Rebel Librarian by Anne Calhoun (review)