Welcome to another Bookish Saturday, where we chat about our lives in a bookish world.
Coming next weekend: Mini-Bloggiesta, and I will be working on this blog, as the “newest” one added to my WP fold (formerly on Blogger).
Here is my sign-up post, in which I promise to complete certain tasks. I generally start with a relatively small list, to increase the likelihood of success. Adding to the list as I go along is another tendency of mine.
Earlier, I visited Kimba’s wonderful Caffeinated Reviewer, in which she talked about things one can clean up in the blog, in “How the Heck Did You Do That?”, a regular feature.
Lots of good ideas there!
So I’m going to make lists, plan, and show up next weekend to totally improve this space! And that is my vow…LOL
Meanwhile, on the bookish front, visit my Weekly Updates here later…and today I’m reading a lovely Sarah Jio book that I recently downloaded. For some reason, some authors’ books don’t stay on Sparky very long before I jump into them.
The Look of Love is the story of one young woman’s rare gift: the ability to see true love.
Born during a Christmas blizzard, Jane Williams receives a rare gift: the ability to see true love. Jane has emerged from an ailing childhood a lonely, hopeless romantic when, on her twenty-ninth birthday, a mysterious greeting card arrives, specifying that Jane must identify the six types of love before the full moon following her thirtieth birthday, or face grave consequences. When Jane falls for a science writer who doesn’t believe in love, she fears that her fate is sealed. Inspired by the classic song, The Look of Love is utterly enchanting.
And early this morning (yes, I had to keep reading until I finished it), I closed the last page on Betrayed, by Lisa Scottoline. Click for my review.
This is the 13th book in the Rosato & Associates series, and with each book, I am more hooked. Each one features a different character, but the others are secondary characters, so we get to enjoy their lives, almost as if they are old friends.
What is going on in your bookish world today? Are you a Bloggiesta participant? If so, what do you like most about it?