You couldn’t possibly have thought I was going to go straight pop with this 80s throwback month, could you? Sorry, I was a hair metal teenager and that obsession started, in part, with Def Leppard. This has always been a favorite of mine – Pour Some Sugar on Me. Lyrics Step insideWalk this wayYou and […]
Feedback Ratio This week my feedback ratio is 50%, which is 4% lower than last week. This is because I got 5 new books this week. Books I Read & Reviewed I didn’t read any of my NetGalley books last week. Books Read & Not Yet Reviewed Again, I didn’t read any of my NetGalley […]
The Books This week I have 162 books on my Want to Read shelf because I had to go and add books. Go figure. I’d gotten it down to 158, added 5 books to make 163, then ended up moving a book to Currently Reading to make 162. Now for the books on this week’s […]
Today’s first lines are… Tika Waylan straightened her back with a sigh, flexing her shoulders to ease her cramped muscles. She tossed the soapy bar rag into the water pail and glanced around the empty room. And the book is…. Have you started the Dragonlance Chronicles? If so, what do you think of them?
I’ve been book blogging off and on since 2006/2007. My very first “book blog” was Bloody Kisses, which was shamelessly taken from the Type O Negative album of the same name. I would review music, movies, and books on that blog, telling what I liked about them and what I didn’t. In 2009/2010, because I […]
What I’m Currently Reading What I’ve Recently Finished What I Think I’ll Read Next So there you have it – that’s what I’ve been reading over the past week, what I’ve finished in the past week, and what I plan to read next. What are you reading?
I have to say, if you’re looking for a fantasy book with suspense, intrigue, death, and betrayal, you’d do well to pick up Dragons of Winter Night by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman. First things first – be aware that when you start Dragons of Winter Night, you’ll be starting about a month after the […]
When I was a kid, myself and all of my friends were obsessed with this song. We all learned the words and we all sang it constantly. Our parents may have been slightly concerned since the song was on the adult pop stations, but we didn’t care. We loved it. Here’s Tina Turner’s What’s Love […]
Feedback Ratio My feedback ratio is 54%, which is the same as last week. Books I Read & Reviewed This week I only read/reviewed one book from my NetGalley queue, because I’ve been reading The Dragonlance Chronicles. Gleanings: Stories from Arc of a Scythe by Neal Shusterman, et al. Books to Read Slenderman by Kathleen […]
The Books This week I had 159 books in my “Want to Read” shelf on Goodreads. Let’s see how many I can remove this week. Considering I just purchased the trilogy for this one not too long ago, I’m planning to keep this one in my TBR. I plan to read it at some point. […]
Today’s first lines are… Kate Sweet touched her earpiece, activating the microphone.“Carl? You and the pumpkin are in position?”“Roger that, Kate.”“Perfect! The newlyweds are coming. Cue the bubbles.” And the book is… Have you read this one? If so, what did you think of it?
I first stepped into the world of Krynn – and Dragonlance, in 2002 with The Legend of Huma. I was working at a little used bookstore in Texas and had noticed that the small rack of Forgotten Realms and Dragonlance books we had got a lot of attention – and purchases. I enjoyed The Legend […]
What I’ve Recently Finished I started reading the Dragonlance Chronicles after seeing this post about the proper reading order on Witty and Sarcastic Book Club. So my recent finish is Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragonlance Chronicles #1 by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman. What I’m Currently Reading Since I’m trying to read the Dragonlance books […]
A couple of years ago, I read and reviewed the Arc of a Scythe trilogy by Neal Shusterman. I absolutely loved the trilogy and gave it high marks here on the blog. Well, the other day as I was trolling through NetGalley, I noticed a new book by Neal Shusterman and the cover reminded me […]