Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Currently Reading

Apparently the region in which I live has forgotten that there's another season between Summer and Winter! The weather was still summery a little over a week ago. The forecast for today includes icy rain and possible flurries. It's been such a long time since we've had snow on the ground around Halloween-time. Made for a weird trick-or-treat night but I don't want to repeat it.

So much is happening in my little corner of the world! The deadline for the community project is Friday. It's crazy to think so much time has passed since I began the work on it. All the created is finished except for one hat. Next comes finishing or as I call it - "the sewing of the tails." Each of the hats and scarves will be washed and packaged for the kids at the Behavioral center so that they can use them right away. With the weather currently, there's no doubt that they'll need them!

I'm super excited for the start of next week! From October 28th until November 6th, France Book Tours will be provided a book blog tour for Bernard Besson's novel, The Greenland Breach. I will be a part of the tour and my review will be posted on November 6th. Each day, a different blog will be giving their review and a few will even be hosting a giveaway! So be sure to visit  for more information!

On the word front, I've put off writing until the start of NaNoWriMo on November 1st. Yes, it's making me antsy because I write a little something every chance I get, but I need to focus on getting some more reading/reviewing time in with the holidays coming up. There are two possible novels in my brain and I taking notes though I'm not writing at the moment.

On the reading list this week are;
Relatively Risky (The Big Uneasy Book 1) by Pauline Baird Jones
Pandemic by Scott Sigler
DreamWeaver by Rejean Giguere
Night Film by Marisha Pessl

I've finished the following;
The Grave Artist by Paula Lynn Johnson
Drone by Mike Maden

With the looming holidays coming up, how often do you get to fit in some reading time?

Until next time,

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