Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Observations on bookish things #4

Observations on bookish things

Hey, hey, hey. How are you doing? I wanted to say that I'm really enjoying putting together these observations on bookish things. They are little bit size thoughts that are easier for me to put together and probably easier for you as a reader to digest. I'm also enjoying the variety of things I get to talk about. Let me know if you're enjoying this too or if you think I should just scrap the whole thing. I would like your feedback. And now, onto today's topics...

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Adding to the TBR #7

Free books

Hello there,

It's been ages since I've posted a freebie post and there are a lot of great freebies available right now. Here are a few that caught my attention.

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

What Helen Read #75: August 2022

Greetings from a chilly Minnesota. I'm pretty last minute for this post and I'm all turned around with the dang time zones. I keep forgetting that I no longer live in the future and now I feel like I'm behind on everything. As I do this, it's 4:25am back home on the day that this is supposed to post and it's 1:25pm here the day before. It's still Tuesday here, if you're wondering. Dang time zones. And it's going to be like this for another five weeks for me. Oh, the agony! But that said, it's nice to be visiting Steve's mom and catching up with some friends we haven't seen for a long time here.

PS. This is scheduled to post at 6am and I finished it at 5:07am. Talk about getting in by the skin of my teeth!

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

Gone To Ground by Bronwyn Hall
Gone To Ground
Innocent In Her Enemy's Bed by Dani Collins
Innocent In Her Enemy's Bed
The Bellbird River Country Choir by Sophie Green
The Bellbird River Country Choir
Hostile Mission by Kendall Talbot
Hostile Mission

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

What Deanna Read #79: August 2022

Greetings from hot and crazy New York. I'm technically on vacation right now, but unlike previous trips and travels, I've not pre-scheduled any posts and it's kinda hard to do the books read ahead of time. That said, I haven't been reading as much since we've taken off on our trip but we've been having fun. I'm actually glad for some chill out time and not working for the last week. I think it has been good for me. Will be slightly back at it next month once we get to our next destination and will be staying there for the next six weeks.

Here's what I read for the month.

Torch by Cambria Hebert
Beneath The Scars by Melanie Moreland
Die For You by Michele Milles
Punished by LV Lane