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Sunday, March 4, 2012

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? March 5, 2012

This meme starts at Book Journey!

What Are You Reading, is where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week. It is a great way to network with other bloggers, see some wonderful blogs, and put new titles on your reading list.

I'm not quite sure why I was short on reading this week only completing two. I do have three in progress though. And I did get five reviews posted with two Giveaways.  I also posted my regular Friday Pick Giveaway, Saturday Sharing Beyond Books and the Sunday post. 

Thank you to the nice people who visited me last week. I got to visit back on Thursday night.
These were last week's posts plus a Winner post not listed.
  • Book Review and ARC Giveaway: Bleed For Me by Michael Robotham; Crime Fiction; my rating 4.25.
  • Book Review (with blog tour Giveaway): Keeper of My Heart  by Darcy Flynn; Contemporary Romance; my rating 4.25. 
  • Book Review: The Night is Mine by M.L. Buchman; Military, Romantic Suspense;; my rating 4.75. 
Finished Reading
1. eBook/Kindle
 

by  Darcy Flynn
Review (with Giveaway) linked above.





2. eBook/Kindle 
 
 
by Karen Wiesner
This is a nice Christian romance story. Read for the author; I will be posting a review soon.
Product Description - click on title for full description link.
WRDF Top Read of Excellence!
1st Place winner in the contemporary romance category of the 2010 Love Romances & More Golden Rose Award!
5 Hearts Award - The Romance Studio



Line Edits/Releases: I hope to get a print book out this week.


Currently reading:

1. Audio CD (in car)
 

I am midway on this and sort of struggling.
I'll push on one disc at a time.
Reviewing for Simon & Schuster through AudioJukebox
Book Description - Click on title for full description.

2. Print
 

by Eowyn Ivey
I am a little more than half way. This is beautifully written and I am curious where the tale will end. 
Reading for Little Brown & Co.
Book Description -Click on title for full description.



3. ebook/Kindle
 
by Pauline Baird Jones
I am excited to read another in this series.
This is already "snarky."
 I am highlighting the Project Enterprise series this week.
Product Description
With hearts and lives on the line, a kiss may be all they have time for...
Time has dumped Ashe on a dying planet and she needs to figure out why before she ceases to exist. Or gets vivisected by some Keltinarian scientists. Or worse.
Vidor Shan might help—since someone somewhere is trying to hose him, too—if she can convince him to trust her. Probably shouldn’t have told him that only someone he trusts can betray him. Also wouldn’t mind if he kissed her on the mouth.
Vid would love to kiss the girl, but his brother is lost, he’s got hostile aliens on his tail, and the stench of betrayal all around him. Can he trust the woman who told him to trust no one?
Then a time quake hurls them to a nasty somewhere and some when...


4. eBook/Kindle 
 

by Karen Wiesner
New release I am reading for the author.
Description:
Small-town girl Ayodele "Della" Flynn lives in a city she abhors, where danger seems to be lurking around every corner. When her husband dies very unexpectedly, she's confronted with figuring out where her home is with her young son River and trying to come to terms with the loose ends her husband left their lives in.


5. Kindle/NetGalley 
 
by Amanda Forester
Review and Author Guest blog to post on 3/15.
I will be reviewing this for Sourcebooks.
Product Description
A HEATED RIVALRY...
Morrigan McNab is a Highland lady, robbed of her birthright and with no choice but to fight alongside her brothers to protect their impoverished clan. When she encounters Sir Jacques Dragonet, she discovers her fiercest opponent...

IS GETTING EVEN HOTTER...
Sir Jacques Dragonet will give his life to defend Scotland from the English. He can't stop himself from admiring the beautiful Highland lass who wields her weapons as skillfully as he does, and endangers his heart even more than his life...

I am again listening to The Listener's Bible NIV read by Max McLean. 
[Reading and listening on my new MP3.]
Instead of studying with the Tyndall One Year Bible this year I am studying with Through the Bible in One Year by Alan B. Stringfellow. It is a Study that I used for teaching back in around1989 so I will enjoy it again.  This week is 1st Samuel.

Line Edits: As soon as reports are finished I will be back to continuing to work on print releases and making special arrangements for a children's book.


I have finished three carry overs from February and caught up the week of reviews.
I still have 14 books to read and review for March so it is going to be another busy month.
March:
Scheduled:

3/5-9 I will be reviewing Kicking Ashe by Pauline Baird Jones; highlighting the Project Enterprise series including: The Key, Girl Gone Nova, Steamrolled, Tangled in Time with author interview and book giveaways.
3/15 True Highland Spirit by Amanda Forester with Guest Post (Sourcebooks)
3/19 The Slippery Art of Book Reviewing by Calvani and Edwards (Bewitching Blog Tour)
3/20 Assassins in Love by Kris DeLake with Guest Post (Sourcebooks)
3/22 The Day of First Sun by Sheryl Steines  (Novel Publicity)
3/24 Love to Water My Soul (Dreamcatcher Series #2) by Jane Kirkpatrick, review (my Ladies' Book Club)

Sourcebooks
Believe it or Not by Tawna Fenske
A Light on the Veranda by Ciji Ware

Author Reviews:
Promise Me by Dee Julian
Echo Falls by Jamie McDougall
An Irish Rogue by Suzanne Barrett




[To be posted - I am setting these up soon for interview/feature days.
These were read and ready for reviews for Authors.
Quest for Magic by Jean Hart Stewart - Read; review to be posted with interview.
Seeing for the First Time (What You See is What You Get) and To See (What You See is What You Get) by Nicole Zoltack - Both Read; setting up author interview with reviews.]

8 comments:

  1. I think you did fantastic - I am in a slump that I need to get out of ;)

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  2. Sometimes that happens. I've had slow reading weeks, months and sometimes even years.

    My daughter convinced me that she needed her own library card. Please come see what I'm reading.

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  3. The Snow Child is the one I am looking forward to. You have a busy week ahead but I am sure you will swing through it with ease!

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  4. The Snow Child sounds lovely!

    Wishing you a great reading week!

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

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  5. New follower, just stopping by on a Monday . . . some great choices there, and a really nice variety!

    Bob

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  6. You doing good reading. I have been reading the same novel for the past four weeks! Bad, eh?

    Here is my post!

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  7. The Snow Child is really good!!
    I am trying to add more romance to my reading and you have given me a couple of good ones to check out.

    Have a great week!

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  8. I just started The Snow Child and it is really good. Hope this week is a great reading week for you.

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