… oh so patiently for my next review, which is going to be Susan Ee’s Angelfall, by the way, here is something to pass the time.
A good friend of mine has a fun new food & fitness blog called Runs with Spoon. She posts a lot of her workouts and vegetarian dishes, along with pictures and recipes! I am not a vegetarian, but her posts make me want to try it for a meal or two!
Go check her out, and tell her I sent ya!
My “to be read” list is a mile long, so I definitely have plenty that I could read. But I want to know what YOU want reviewed!
I also have a back-log of books that I have read, that I could put a review up for, including but not limited to:
The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice
The Vampire’s Heart by Cochin Breaker
Stacia Kane‘s first 3 books in the Downside Series; Unholy Ghosts, Unholy Magic, and City of Ghosts; as well as her short stories in that series Home, The Brave Tale of Maddie Carver, and Rick the Brave
… and probably 50 other books I have read in the last 6 months.
So … do you want something new? Something I have read?
Also, don’t forget to pre-order your copy of Chasing Magic, which comes out June 26th!
*Note – This review may contain minor spoilers*
Well … Wow.
Sacrificial Magic, by Stacia Kane, was delivered to my Kindle at midnight on Tuesday, and was finished by 11pm of the same day. And yes I had to work an 8 hour shift, and I even slept some in there. Probably not as much as I needed, but I definitely had better things to do/read.
Sacrificial Magic is the 4th book in the “Downside” series. It picks up not long, maybe a month, after the end of City of Ghosts, where the heroine, Chess Putnam, and the hero, Terrible, FINALLY get together. Back to that in a minute … Chess is a “Churchwitch” for The Church of Real Truth, who saved the world in 1997 when the ghosts of all the dead rose up, because of a planetary alignment or something (not 100% sure, maybe we will find out more in the future?) by banishing them all to The City of Eternity, or just The City, where spirits go when a person dies. Continue reading
So, as soon as I can finish it, my review will be up!
It should be noted however, that I am a Downside junkie. And my review will probably be a bit biased; I don’t think I could hate this book even if at the end it all turned out to be a dream …
Well now, isn’t this exciting?! My very first post in my very own blog! I am still having some technical difficulties, so please forgive the *under construction* feel it may have.
I have also set up a facebook page, so please go like that as well! One of these days I will get this all figured out … 😉