Weekly Confessions #3
I'm am happy to announce that it finally rained. You have no idea how ecstatic I am about this. Oregon it s wet, green, lovely state and lately its been dry, brown and on fire. It hasn't rained in months and I'm getting a little tired of it. Its just not Oregon with out an entire summer of precipitation. I might be the only one who thinks this way, but when it rains there is more room for reading.
I know its been two weeks since I last posted my confessions, but life is a strange thing and you can't always trust it. There are many books that I read in the last two weeks though, like Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas. I'm trying to catch up on the series before the new book is released in September, but its going to be a stretch. Some other books I reviewed have been Autonomous, AARU, The Divinity Bureau, Rowan Wood Legends, The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding and Before I let go.
Knocked a few books off my TBR pile. Before the fall and Anansi Boys. Didn't like either one of them. There were two I did like and they were Hallow City and The Last Song. Two great stories about two totally different things.
Its been a very productive two weeks and I hope to knock out this months reviews soon so I can get back to my TBR pile.
After we moved into our new house to years ago, Sysco decided that he liked the neighbors better because they didn't have three rambunctious boys who made a lot of noise. They, of course, deemed him as the most well behaved feral cat they had ever seen. Turns out, they didn't really like him as much as they thought they did and kicked him out. He came back and we've been loving on him ever since. Good think we got him chipped too. No one is stealing my cat without my permission.
I took the boys out garage saling yesterday and we had a blast. One of my favorite sales that we visit every year, they give you a paper bag and tell you that its only two bucks if you can fit it in the bag. AWESOME! I bought so much crap that I would have never touched, just because all I spent was $2.
There is just something about a song about "bacon" that puts me in the mood to write.
The Hunter Saga is doing well. Hunter was up to #113 when I looked a few days ago. I think its dropped a little since then, but its only $.99 right now, so don't miss out on the discount. After you read Hunter, you have to read Seeker.
I haven't started writing the third book in the series yet, but it will come. There are current projects that need to be completed first.
- I talked about the two books that I picked from my TBR pile to read.
- Tried to convince you to watch Blind Dating with Chris Pine in it.
- Reviewed Rowan Wood Legend thanks to my friends at Netgalley
- Learned about I Stop Somewhere by T.E. Carter.
- Told you about the Woodlands Box set with the really cool covers.
- And gave you another week of yummy meals.