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TSS – the week ahead and The Heretic Queen giveaway

First things first, the giveaway winners!  I had 24 entries and two win the prize.  Random.org provided me with numbers 15 and 24, who are Cheryl Free and Bookish Ruth!  Please email me (it’s in “about me”) with your addresses and I’ll get them to Michelle so you can have your books ASAP.  =)

Secondly, I have not been the best book blogger lately.  I feel a bit like I’m falling off the wagon with too much to do.  Not only have my meme posts been late and my commenting has fallen off (I’m still reading blog posts, though), but I have three reviews to write – The Principessa by Christie Dickason, His Wicked Kiss by Gaelen Foley, and The Rose of Sebastopol by Katharine McMahon.  I’ll be posting those this week.  I liked all three books, so they shouldn’t be hard reviews at all, I just think I’m a bit burnt out on writing them.  I’m also nearly finished with Natural Talent by Sheelagh White, a YA novel about kids preventing sabotage of the film that could make them all stars.  It’s a nice change of pace from all those historical novels and I expect I’ll be reviewing that this week as well.

Wishing everyone a good week; thanks for visiting!

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7 comments to TSS – the week ahead and The Heretic Queen giveaway

  • My eyes are starting to blur from too much reading…I thought you were going to post a review of “His Wicked Ass.” That sure caught my attention! ;)

  • Oh, I’m absolutely thrilled! I’ll send you an e-mail in a moment.

    I know what you mean — this week has been crazy for me. Today has been the first day that I’ve actually had time to sit down and comment on more than one or two blogs. I’m hoping to get back into the swing of things with reviewing this week. I’ve been reading faster than I can write lately. Books are portable, my computer is not. (I really, really need a laptop!)

  • I know what you mean about feeling pressure to catch up with reviewing. I’ve joined Salon
    Sunday recently so I’m enjoying going around to see what others have ben doing. I’ll be
    interested to see what you have to say about The Rose of Sebastopol.

  • Same thing here. But it sounds like at least you’ve been doing some reading. Lately I really just haven’t had as much time for reading or blogging as I’d like – too much real life going on, I guess.

  • Thanks for visiting. I won’t be posting much this week either. But it’s ok. Your comments will return.

  • I’m falling off the wagon too. After my funk I only slowly got back to reading and have been even slower with posting. Thank goodness for blog tours, or I’d never get anything up!

  • Hey everyone needs a little break every now and then :)