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Sunday, January 19, 2014

It's Monday What are You Reading? January 20, 2014.

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.

Last week the work was quiet and interrupted with medical treatment. I still have a few travel hearings coming up but not as many for the next month and beyond. 

I finished four books, posted four reviews, two with giveaways and a Giveaway Hop. 
Plus I posted the regular weekly memes and posts (except the Saturday Snapshot). 

I did some visiting mid and end week which I enjoyed but have more to do.
Thanks as always to all the nice people who visit me.

These were last week's posts:
  • Book Review and Giveaway: White Rogue by David R. Fett M.D., Stephen Langford & Connie Malcolm; Spy Thriller; my rating 4.0. Open US; Ends 1/24.
  • Book Review: The Wanderer by Cheryl Mahoney; Fantasy; my rating 4.5.
Finished Reading:
1. Audible


The Fault in Our Stars
by John Green
Narrated by Kate Rudd
Heartbreaking; good listen.
I hope to post a review this week.
Click on book title for full description.



2. eBook/Kindle


Cloaked in Danger
by Jeannie Ruesch
This pulled me in and I enjoyed it.

Reviewing for the publisher through NetGalley.
Hope to post review this week.
Click on book title for full description.



3. Audible


Flight of the Bowyer
Author: Kenneth R. Lewis
Narrator: Alex Hyde-White
Publisher/Date: AudioGO, 11/01/13
This futuristic political thriller started slowly but became gripping.
I will post a review soon for the publisher through Audiobook Jukebox.
Summary
After six long years of political genocide carried out against the American people by the administration of President Benjamin Franklin Luder, the nation is stunned when Luder announces that he is issuing an executive order to suspend the next presidential election for “the good of the country,” giving him an unprecedented, and unconstitutional, third term as president. Luder has slowly and systematically robbed the citizens of various liberties and freedoms through similar acts, and in the process he has nearly destroyed the once-greatest country on earth. However, his environmental policy of “green communism” has done the most damage of all, resulting in a nationwide energy slowdown which has crippled every level of industry. It now costs the average American eleven dollars for every gallon of gasoline they put in their tanks, and in winter the elderly freeze like cordwood in their unheated homes because they cannot afford heating oil. (For full description link on title.)

Like any clever Svengali, Luder does not suffer from a lack of visionary delusions. Idaho’s unspoiled Sawtooth Mountain Range is rich in thorium, a much safer and cleaner alternative to the uranium currently used in the few nuclear power plants in the country that still exist. It is said that one thorium mine, located near the small mining town of Ransom, Idaho, contains enough energy to power every city in the United States for the next five hundred years. However, the mine is on private property and surrounded by federal lands.
Click on title to continue summary.



4. Print


In One Year and Out the Other
Cara Lockwood (Author), Pamela Redmond Satran (Author), Beth Kendrick (Author), Megan McAndrew (Author), Tracy McArdle (Author), Kathleen O'Reilly (Author), Eileen Rendahl (Author), Diane Stingley (Author), Libby Street (Author), Christina Delia(Author)
This is cute.

I'll do a brief review and giveaway later this week.
Click on book title for full description.



Line Edits/Releases:
Should get another print release out this week. 

Enter the bi-monthly drawings at eTreasures Publishing Facebook page.
This week's giveaway link:  New giveaway to be linked this week.

Currently reading:
1. ebook/Kindle

Warrior's Moon
by Jaclyn Hawke
Reviewing on Bookblast Tour 1/28.
Click on book title for full description.



2. Print
 
New Frontier
by Jeremy Lee
Reviewing for Blog Tour in February. 
Click on book title for full description.





3. Audible

Forever His: Stolen Brides, Book 1
by Shelly Thacker
Reviewing for the publisher through Audiobook Jukebox.
Click on book title for full description.



I am a one day ahead with my daily Bible reading. :-)

Line Edits: We are finalizing several formats for two new eBooks.

I am still enjoying reading books from my own TBR. :-) I did however update my list to include the two tour review titles I have this month, the three NetGalley's I picked up and two of the Audios I requested. So that is seven or so committed and open for the rest.
My backlog for review is still at four so that will cover this coming week.

January Scheduled-
I have several unscheduled Giveaways to get posted this month/week.
1/28 Warrior's Moon - Tour Review. 

NetGalley:
  Ashes & Alchemy (The Gaslight Chronicles) by Cindy Spenser Pape
  The Furnace (The Tanner Sequence) by Timothy S. Johnston


Authors
I have numerous requests to respond to.

AudioBook Jukebox 
 Forever His: Stolen Brides, Book 1 by Shelly Thacker  (listening)
Awaiting receipt of others requested.

From TBR Collection -In One Year...
Won Book - TBD

Free Kindle/Nook or Smashwords: TBD

8 comments:

  1. As always, you have a great list! Enjoy!


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  2. I keep thinking I must read The Fault is in our stars. I have heard so much about this over last couple of years. Have a good reading week.

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  3. Looks like a great week, hope you have a good one coming up. Harbinger sounds very interesting.

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  4. Fault in my Stars is on my TBR. Reviews are so positive. Have a good week.

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  5. I love The Fault in Our Stars! Enjoy your week!

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  6. I finished reading The Fault in Our Stars just yesterday. Such a popular and loved book. I found it moving. Have a great week.

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  7. Great mix, I enjoyed Fault in Our Stars, I read it.

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