I think I’ve rigged things so that this week I only have to read books I really, really want to read. As opposed to reading books I only sorta/kinda want to read. I think I’m in a bit of a slump and need a bunch of books that are mostly just for fun. The sort of books where I leapt onto the tour because I already adore the author or series, as opposed to the type of books where I get on the tour because the book looks like it might be interesting.
And I’m also not doing any books that my only reason for reading them is an obligation. I need a break.
This past week, I posted one rather unusual entry. I’ve had so much fun with Blue Apron that I just couldn’t resist sharing. I’ve had that post on the back burner, waiting for a week where things just failed, as happened this week. I bounced off two books so hard that I had to scramble for Friday’s review. But seriously, discovering all over again that cooking can be fun has ben an absolute blast.
And while we still don’t like sweet potatoes, there’s a dog that really, really loves them. If you have never read “I Has a Sweet Potato” over at littera abactor, you are in for a side-splitting treat. Be sure not to have anything in your mouth while you read, because you are guaranteed to spray your monitor in explosive laughter. (I just re-read it for the umpteenth time, and it still made me laugh so hard that I have tears in my eyes.)
B Review: The Drafter by Kim Harrison
Love in Bloom Giveaway Hop
C- Review: Death at a Fixer-Upper by Sarah T. Hobart
I Only Have a Sign Because It Came With the Kitchen + Giveaway
A Review: Final Flight by Beth Cato
Stacking the Shelves (185)
Coming Next Week:
The Pages of the Mind by Jeffe Kennedy (blog tour review)
Life’s a Beach Giveaway Hop
Saddle Up by Victoria Vane (blog tour review)
Undiscovered by Anna Hackett (review)
Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye (review)