Day 5 of the readathon was pretty good for me. I got started on my new audio book Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men by Molly Harper and I finished Nightlife New York by Travis Luedke (review coming this week). On to the next book in the Nightlife series! How’s your reading going?
My Initial Reaction… For me this book has two parts: the first half, which is very slow moving, overly descriptive, and yet so promising; and the second half, which is page-turning, perfectly paced, and exciting. This is a book you have to stick with to get to the good parts,… Read more »
Day 4 of the readathon is over and I’m making progress with my goal. Yesterday was a better reading day, and I finished House Rules by Chloe Neill and made serious headway with The Nightlife New York by Travis Luedke, which I will finish today. I’m also beginning Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men by Molly… Read more »
Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly bloghop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. I participated last week and discovered a lot of great blogs, so I’m really looking forward to doing the same this week!Parajunkee and Alison Can read each feature a blog- this week check out Hardcore Heroines and The Mile Long… Read more »
My Initial Reaction… Honestly I was a bit disappointed. This was a free eBook and they usually take me a bit to get to. I enjoyed the story overall, but this one’s description and especially the little warning at the end had me expecting a much more exciting read. I suspect… Read more »
Every Thursday I ask the question “Is fantasy REALLY more fun?” by jumping through favorite scenes and scenarios from favorite books. I try to pick scenes that won’t really spoil anything, but will let you know if spoilers are ahead. What if it were REALLY real… and you were just you?… Read more »
Wow! I really can’t believe that July is already over – it has flown by for me, especially since starting this blog. I’m definitely mourning it’s passing, since I have to return to grad school (aka classes, work, and less time) a the end of the month. I started the blog July 9th and… Read more »