My apologies followers, I'm two cups of French Roast into my morning and feeling like crap. As much as I am dreading my surgery I can't wait to NOT wake up in excrutiating pain. But there was some awesomeness already today. I can hear the UPS truck coming from a mile away, they don't even wait for me to answer anymore. They drop and run, I wave as I open the door and yell "thanks!". That is our routine and we like it that way. Today I got my juicer (from Vine) and my copy of A Brush of Darkness was sitting on top! *squee* If it weren't for the fact I was already trolling the blogroll and doing some Kindle book snooping I'd be all over it nistead of sitting here writing for the blog. ;)
Speaking of Allison, I've decided that if we didn't have the bounds of a blogger(reviewer)/author relationship I would totally want to be her friend-friend. I have a hard time making friends because so few women in my community like the same stuff I do and online my luck has been that I never find ones who "get" why I can't be at their beck and call 24/7. I have a house, kids, husband and a menagerie of animals who come before chatting on IM or play-by-post RPGing. Anyways, she has a post up over at Word-Whores that totally spoke to my inner geek. Tonight is the hubs and my WoW night. It only took three expansions for us to finally start full-on rolling Horde toons (yes, I am probably speaking Greek to 99% of you, sorry!) but that's a long story. Allison showed off her toon so I thought I'd mention Raenbeau for anyone who might find the whole thing amusing. Isn't she cute? Her name is a bit of an inside joke and my nickname molded into the awesomesauce. I'm making it my trademark as a Horde. There's now a Raenstorm and a Raencheck to match. lol
But enough geeking on Allison and Wow. You guys are here for bookishness yeah?
This morning I was checking my email and had a notice that a couple of Kindle books I was interested in had dropped in price. You might want them too so I thought I'd share the great bargain prices.
Meanwhile, All Things Urban Fantasy has a great, funny interview with debut author Laurie London. There's also a giveaway, so if you are at all interested in her book Bonded by Blood go check it out.
And for reviewers who love paranormal and steampunk, spicy erotic romance and have a way to read ebooks, Moira Rogers' next title, Wilder's Mate, releases in March. Today there is a sign-up for review copies over on their site so nudge, nudge.
Well, now that I look at the post there sure isn't much I wrote is there? I am lame. But I must be off to feed my tot and get ready for Vine leftovers day the mad scramble of pushing F5 and cursing the arseholes who get juicers... err wait that's me. :P Have a good one! -- Rhi