My book exchange buddy got me two things I’ve never heard of, but I’m so excited to add them to my TBR list! Thank you so much, crystalclear! I can’t wait to investigate this story of haunted palaces and lesbian necromancers (Gideon the Ninth, Tamsyn Muir), and super-students on their first mission (Aurora Rising, Amie Kaufman). Looking forward to them both!
Happy Joloblokaflod from the Horgan family! Thanks to The Mama, Ale, Crystal Clear, and faintingviolet!! Please note, the Patriots fleece blanket is not in the photo — joemyjoe is already reading a book underneath it and will not give it up! Thanks all! Happy holidays! Scootsa1000, Bunnybean, Joemyjoe, and Loubear
When crystalclear reviewed Lobster is the Best Medicine, she suggested passing along this book about friendship to your friends. I am lucky enough to call her friend – and I am the same friend who moved recently and had the naked refrigerator in need of fun Liz Climo magnets – so when she was over my house the other night she handed me this book and I immediately blew through it. Reviewing this one is a bit tough, as it is very straightforward in its […]
This book would probably make a nice gift for the Trekkie in your life, so if you are the kind of person who starts their holiday shopping already and are in need of fun gift to add to the pile, then go on ahead and click that link up there and get some of these for yourself. I am not a huge Star Trek fan – a feel like that is a needed reminder of why I’m ranking this three stars – but I did […]
I have a slightly OCD reading rule: series must always be read in order. Reading as many romance novels as I do (rough estimate is 13 out of 43 so far this year), this has proven a useful rule since series tend to build on each other. Then, our very own crystalclear read and hilariously reviewed Any Duchess Will Do and I asked to borrow it, because I could, and ended up reading the fourth novel of the series before having read any of the […]