Suddendly Sunday is hosted by Svea from Confessions and Ramblings of a Muse in the Fog. Please stop by there to read hers and others Sunday posts.
Speaking of which, I just found out that Legend of the Seeker has been cancelled (IMDB link). This is a fun show that delivers every week. It's based on Goodkind's series of 9 tomes, which I have yet to read, although the first one is on my nightstand. It was filmed in New Zealand, so I'm sure it was quite expensive to film, but the scenery was gorgeous.
If you are sad about the end of LOST, an excellent I highly recommend is Fringe. You can catch up over the summer. The writing and acting are some of the best around.
As far as reading goes, because I do read books in addition to watching all of this TV, I am in the middle of Stealing Lumby, the second book in the series by Gail Fraser. So far this is a nice, easy, cozy read. After my latest trip to Lumby it is on to the Cornish Coast of England with A Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Ware, my new favorite author. Definitely looking forward to that one.
On the review front, I am behind. I know I say this every week, but unfortunately it is true. I finished Uncertain Magic which was alright. I also have Shana Galen author of the Making of a Duchess coming to visit in early June, so I really need to get cracking on that review as well.
I have been busy watching hockey since my boys in the orange and black are doing so well. Game 5 and possible series clincher is tomorrow night. They haven't been to the Finals since 1997, so I am excited. The city will go nuts. Not as crazy as for the Phillies, but nuts all the same.
Other than that, life is pretty busy. Work is always busy, but I have time sensitive work that needs to be finished. No pressure :) Oh, and as far as the teaching thing goes, the class I was scheduled for was cancelled, but I have another opportunity coming up in July. That class is two nights a week, but it's more structured.
Well enjoy your week, especially you lucky gals heading out to BEA in New York. Have lots of fun and I wish I was there with you. Although with all of those books....maybe it's a good thing I'm not there. Still, would love to meet you all someday. Peace out home slices and happy reading :)
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