The Reading Machine [4]

reading machine

After a lot of deliberation, I’ve decided to join Stacking the Shelves. It’s hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, and you can find out all about it here.

Basically, everyone shares their book hauls for the week. I always enjoy visiting these posts on other blogs, so it’s finally time to join in the fun. You can visit this week’s hauls here.

But I’m going to do things a little differently. For my Stacking the Shelves, or as I’m calling it, The Reading Machine, I’m going to list the books I have that I’ll be reading in the upcoming week. Well, I’ll hopefully get to these. This is part of my new organization plan :D

I’m also doing a short life update in these posts, and sometimes asking about blogging stuff.

The Reading Machine:

the reading machine march 28

HAPPILY EVER AFTER by Elizabeth Maxwell is a bit of a departure from my usual reading, but I couldn’t resist reading about a character who writes erotica under a pseudonym.

the reading machine march 28

I was surprised and happy to get these in the mail this week! In April and May, I’ll have a few tour stops for Jill Archer’s Noon Onyx series. DARK LIGHT OF DAY and FIERY EDGE OF STEEL sound like just my kind of books.

Talus and the Frozen King by Graham Edwards
for review
Unwrapped Sky by Rjurik Davidson
for review
Timeless by Rachel Spangler
for review
Expiration Day by William Campbell Powell
for review

I have a lot of the same books up as last week. Jeann at Happy Indulgence nailed it when she said it seems like I’m in a reading slump. I’ve started several of the books above, but am having trouble getting into anything. Stress sucks! :(

What Up, Life?

But I have taken up a new sport: archery! The weather has been awful — what’s up with snow at the end of March? Ugh. I’m hoping it’s above freezing next week so that I can get outside and break some more arrows :D And take some pictures, because I look awesome with my new bow. I need to give it a name. Something better than “Stinger,” which is what I’ve come up with so far LOL.

Otherwise, it’s business as boring business usual here. I really do feel like I’m five hundred years old at times. I’d make a really boring vampire, but then I might be able to whittle down my TBR pile.

– leeanna

7 thoughts on “The Reading Machine [4]

  1. Kathy Martin on said:

    Sounds like you had a good week. I’m tired of snow and cold too – and April is just around the corner. You might want to consider joining It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? that you can find here. We also talk about what we read and what we are planning to read there.

    Come see what I added this week at Inside of a Dog and Ms. Martin Teaches Media. Happy reading!

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