YAY! It’s Wednesday! Do that happy dance, Carlton! *Whew* Just got back from my physical therapy session and my arms are SORE!! Gotta give my fingers a workout with some writing, now. This is a pretty exciting Wednesday. VERY busy today with some non-work related stuff. Work-related-wise, I finished Conspiracy by Lindsay Buroker last night. Ladies and gents…that woman can write. I mean it. Her books are definitely in my favorites category. You can expect a review for Deadly Games and Conspiracy (both by Buroker) before the end of the week. But, today, you came here for some Wednesday Wanderment, so here ya go!
Favorite Blog of the Week:
Favorite Posts of the Week:
>> Where to Go for Magic // Writer Unboxed
>> Comic: Octopus Writer // Inky Girl
>> Challenge Accepted! // Bunbury in the Stacks
>> Seven Doors– Which One Would You Choose? // Bunbury in the Stacks
2013 Reading Challenge Check-Up
>> 6/36 Books (17%)– Well on my way!
>> Blood and Betrayal by Lindsay Buroker
>> Hogfather by Terry Pratchett
>> Walking with Bilbo by Sarah Arthur
>> The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
>> The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien
>> Works of Love by Søren Kierkegaard
>>The third novel in my Tales from Niflheim series!
>> The first novel from my Tales from Arata series! (details will follow closer to publication date)
>> Bouncin’ Babeh Otters – Okay, seriously you guys…this may be the cutest thing EVER…
Favorite Memory from the Week
>> Reading 4 books within a week…Pretty stoked about that.
>> Project Fairy Tale– as mentioned above, in February, I’ll be participating in this blog event! Don’t miss out! Here is my blog post about it if you desire more information.
Random Facts About My Writing and Reading Habits
>> When I latch onto a particular author, I’ll slowly try to devour everything they’ve ever written. My current obsession is with Lindsay Buroker.
>> Rarely, I’ll start a book and purposefully not finish it. Sometimes I do this because I lose interest. Other times, because I decide to use it as a reference book instead of a read-cover-to-cover-book. Real life example: New Rules of Lifting for Women– pretty good, but I’d rather use it as a reference for particular exercises than as a program as a whole.
>> When it’s rainy, cold, or dreary outside, all I typically want to do is curl up on the couch with blankets and read.
Happy Wednesday, all!
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