Sunday, October 18, 2009
Sunday Reflections (Oct. 18)
This week we have very late reflections for you. Sometimes the day just gets away from you, ya know?
Last week was a busy. I managed to finish and review Pendragon's Banner. Then had Helen Hollick here for an interview. Her answers were quite interesting. Definitely someone you could sit down with over a cup of tea and some cookies.
I also read Dancing with Ana. It's only 170 pages, so for those of you doing Dewey's Read-a-thon next weekend, this would be a good one to include. Sad story, but anorexia is a reality and should be on all parents minds. Now I just need to write that review.
Did manage to review The Lie, so that will be forthcoming.
Currently slogging my way through Daughter of York. The story is very s-l-o-w.
Therefore I started reading Circle of Souls. Got sucked in quickly, so it has become a challenge to put it down and go back to Margaret of York. It's not her, personally, just her story.
Otherwise, oh yes! That's right! I will have a guest post at Royal Reviews this week. It is Fantasy week so be sure to stop by and check all the books on review. I'll be there next week also for Anything Goes. Actually I'm just thinking my book was more paranormal romance than fantasy. But really, the definition for fantasy has kind of grown hasn't it? Previously when I thought of fantasy I thought Dungeons and Dragons, etc. The book I originally wanted to do, Wizard's First Rule, is huge. I would have never finished it in time. But fighting demons is fantasy isn't it? Oh well, guess I had a brain fart :)
Well I hope your week is full of great reading and reviewing. Enjoy your week and try not to work too hard.
And thanks, as always for stopping by. I greatly appreciate it :)