This week has been really interesting and I’ve had lots of great on-line conversations with like-minded book bloggers and authors. That is a big part of the many wonderful things about being plugged in to the book world. Not only do you get to meet wonderful, talented and extraordinary people, you learn and grow so much from them. Also, there is the fact you get to talk about books all day long and what can be more glorious than that?! *Cough* Yes I know…I’m not forgetting reading lots and lots of books!
With that in mind, I have a few bookish things to share with you before I talk about what I will be doing this weekend. This year I regretfully admit my reading and reviewing hasn’t been on point like it usually is. Though I am bound and determined to make up for that. When, you ask? Err…in the near future, I hope. Lately though I have been getting into audio books, if you remember. There is just the matter of finishing them!
Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way…let’s talk weekend plans! This weekend I am hoping to finish listening to at least one of those audio books (not holding my breath) and I want to start reading, Winter People by Jennifer McMahon. This year I had planned to get through many of my unread books on my bookshelves at home. Let me tell you, there are a lot and that doesn’t include what’s on my Kindle. I know I should be reading to write reviews but…. this weekend I am solely reading for myself. That is all there is to it.
I do have a couple of projects to start working on. I need to begin drafting a few blog posts for Layered Pages and indieBRAG. The week of the 20th I will be mostly off-line and I want to be sure things are in somewhat order while I’m gone. I’m also hoping to do a little pre-spring cleaning and straighten up a couple of bookshelves. They need it bad.
I want to wish you all a lovely weekend and be sure to take time to enjoy a book! There is nothing like getting lost in a good story. Be sure to check out a few of my favorite book bloggers below. They are great people and dedicated to their craft! Happy reading!
Stephanie M. Hopkins
A few Book Blogs to follow: (In no particular order)
Of Quills & Vellim -Author/Book Blogger