I'm taking the week off from blogging since a) I don't believe I have any obligations for this week and b) I want to read without getting too strung up with the blog, sometimes I'm so busy trying to remember to write posts and reviews that I can't read as happily as I wish. With so many books I've been desperately waiting for on my shelf right now, I want to read them until my eyes bleed :D
So here's my week...
read and finished:
On One Condition by Diane Alberts
Timeless by Gail Carriger
Soulless manga volume 1
Nice Girls Don't Bite Their Neighbors by Molly Harper
By a Thread by Jennifer Estep
Lament by Maggie Stiefvater
The Palencar Project edited by David G. Hartwell
Capturing the Silken Thief by Jeannie Lin
The Ten Thousand by Paul Kearney
The Night She Disappeared by April Henry
Starters by Lissa Price
A Night Like This by Julia Quinn (e-book)
Skies of Fire by Zoe Archer (e-book)
My new PSP 3000!
Hakuouki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
Don't forget to enter to win ARC's of A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean, Sacrificial Magic by Stacia Kane and Witchful Thinking by HP Mallory!
Lesson Learned This Week: I can apparently become way too addicted to otome games.
Read an E-Book Week: March 4-10th, you basically...read an e-book XD There's other cool things as well, check it out!
Its DABWAHA time folks! That's right Dear Author is hosting the Book version of March Madness once more! However...no crazy briberies allowed :sigh:
The DOCTOR vs. SHERLOCK, a musical battle...I can do anything you can do better...I can aggravate fans just as much you...no you can't...yes I can... (via The Nerdist)
April at Good Books and Wine posts "SEO for Bloggers" a guide for us all! (thank god)
Introducing the Palencar Project, it began with an unused image and blossomed into a nifty anthology of stories (via Tor.com)
Shiloh Walker guest posts at Ilona Andrews' blog talking about 'The Writer's Reality'
Fiktshun's random thoughts on re-rating re-reads, which I don't tend to re-rate when I re-read because I rated it as I felt the first time, which was my 'purest' time as a reader
Julia Kagawa "The Immortal Rules Theme Songs", fuuuuun stuff!
The Night Bazaar: The Trouble with Fantasy Romance, much of which I agree with, but at the same time I can think of far more examples that prove the exception