Hello there, lovely ladies 🤗
Finally our hollies are here, but this week was ridiculous. I hardly had a moment to take a breath, never mind finding the time to read. Maybe once I’m fully engrossed in the season of rest I will find my way back to some good reading.
I do, however, have more Silly Season fails to share with you…
The ideal sweater: Santa peeing Merry Christmas in the snow or how about a Santa ornament that has a suspiciously familiar shape? 😳😂
Then, I found this on the Thinking Humanity site, a guy who creatively arranges his books into artistic patterns.
How fabulous! 👍🏻😉 Check out the rest of his off-the-wall book pics from the site link.
This last week saw the fruition of the Goodreads Choice Awards for 2018. I always love to look at these lists and naturally, the Best Romance category is the one that nabs my attention. This year, I completely agree with the winner. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hong took the well deserved accolade, one I personally thought was fabulous when I met the quirky story not too long ago.
If you’ve not peeked into this adorable, sexy tale, do yourself a favour. You can check our the nominees and the winner, who took gold with well over 40 000 votes, here.
This week I read:
The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon, book 5 in the Outlander series. As you know I’m fully engaged and committed to this range. I’ve adored every book, and hated it just a little bit too. But I’m relieved to say that the later books are not quite as intense as the earlier ones. That may sound like a bad thing, but considering what these characters have been through, I’m grateful, for their sakes and my own frazzled nerves. As a side note, I just have to mention that the Audible companion to this series is absolutely brilliant. I’ve always enjoyed Audible, but this narrator bats it out of the park.
Currently I’m reading:
Tripping on a Halo by Alessandra Torre and A Breath of Snow and Ashes, book 6 in the Outlander series.
Here’s a thought on how to meet like minded people…
That’s it from me, girls. Let us know if you read anything fabulous, please.