What I've been up to in the past two months:
Since the beginning of October, I've been trying to reach that healthy balance between the "non-fun" and "fun" (grown-ups call this the "worklife balance", but it simply does not exist).
Writing for Heroes and Heartbreakers has been the best respite from anything "non-fun" and "non-life", so on to more blogging and reading!
- I was fortunate enough to do a First Look review for Mary Jo Putney's Sometimes a Rogue (Awesome!) which came out in late August. Mary Jo Putney has a new fan in me! To date, this is the most action-packed historical I have read (and I know there are more out there); our heroine is kidnapped in the first chapter -- and then -- she pukes on the bad guys.
- And I did another First Look review for Ella Quinn's The Seduction of Lady Phoebe, which came out in mid-September. This is one of the funny "gotcha" romances, where the heroine is supposed to loathe the hero, but they end up falling in love.
- Talking about bathrobes ... in romances. Like bathrobes - that ratty towel-thing hanging on the back of your bathroom door... it's in your romances. Whenever there is a bathrobe,
boninglove is sure to follow.
And my TBR challenge is still suffering, along with my GoodReads challenge (four months behind, holy crap)... but I'm working on it.