Is it that time already? Why, yes, it is! How the week flew by! (and how little precious useful things I managed to get done... Alas, such is the life of a procrastinator). Anyway, it's saturday so...
It's TBR Intervention Challenge time! That moment when we get to organize our huge To Be Read piles and actually read those books we've been wanting to (or been supposed to) for the longest time! The challenge is hosted by April @ Books4Juliet, Dani @ Refracted Light and Ayanami @ Whatever You Can Still Betray, and it's hosted every Saturday, though you're free to join every two weeks if that's more convenient for you. As always, do join us! Here's the rules:
4. Add the link to your post in the Linky below and make sure to visit the other blogs. Comment, encourage, and spread the love to our fellow readers.
- Last week's TBR IC: Success!
Wow, I didn't see this coming, but I finished both my books and got a (small) head start on a third! Last week, I picked A Prayer for Dead Kings and other tales, which is an anthology of epic fantasy. Overall, I enjoyed it, but you can see my review here - yes, once again, I managed to review and update on time! I'm on such a roll!
The other title I wanted to read this week was Damian's Oracle. It had an interesting premise, and it turned out that I loved the style! My review will be up later this week, when the scheduled tour stop comes around, but if I had to sum it up in one sentence.... Think Black Dagger Brotherhood with less explicit scenes but equal charm. I'm so going to check out the rest of this series!
- This week TBR IC:
So... it's Christmas. And I got my Secret Santa present! More info on that tomorrow, in a special blog post, but this time I'm going to pick a book that's been on my wishlist for a loooong while, even if it just landed in my greedy little hands: Dearly, Departed! Yay!
This week is going to be busy, busy, but still, I think I'm going to add a novella I got for review called "Hunting the Five", which falls in the supernatural genre, involves Angels and infernos, holds a promise of action and mystery and overall looks really good.
That's it. What about your own reading week? How did it turn out? What do you plan for the next one?