Reading and Writing
I watched some of the debate last night and I have to say it was…interesting. I’m really not one to tout my political beliefs in public and I only discuss those things with folks I’m comfortable with… but I have to say I’m rather fightened of what will happen in November. Take that as you will. 😉
Last night, I finish reading Rosemary Clement-Moore’s book, Hell Week. It was great. I had about a fourth of the book left and sat up reading until midnight to finish it. Maggie does more demon hunting, but this time at her friendly local sorority house. I’m really looking forward to the third book, Highway To Hell, to see what more trouble Maggie gets into. This time with her friend Lisa in tow. hehe
Next on the list: Faefever by Karen Marie Moning. THIS is the one book I’ve been salivating to read for the last few months. When I finished Bloodfever I was disappointed I couldn’t get the next one in the series. I can’t wait to start this one and see what happens to Mac. There are only two more books in the series and I will be very sad when it’s all over. It’s a great story.
Third on the list: The Miracle Girls by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt. I’ve been reading their blog (and a lot of YA lately, too) so I’m really looking forward to this one. I read a snippet on their website (which you should check out) and my interest was piqued.
And Fourth: Operation Sheba by Misty Evans. A Romantic Suspense that I’ve heard lots of good things about. It sounds like a really fun read (the heroine uses an iPod to stop a hostage situation hehe) and I’m looking forward to it.
And of course, these are not necessarily in that order. Mostly likely I’ll be reading Operation Sheba and Faefever at the same time (an ebook and hardback, respectively).
I did write some yesterday. Got chapter 10 all drafted and ready to go and no I’m on to the next section. For me, this is the hardest part of the book. Eirhan is learning all sorts of things about her mother she never knew and…well…it’s shocking. 🙂