Me, my Shelf, and I is my version of a weekly recap post, and also a feature to tell you more about myself.
ME ... impish?
Definition: "Mischievous. Inclined to do slightly naughty things for fun."
You betcha! My love and I are constantly teasing each other, and then there's the cats to do lots of slightly naughty fun stuff with... they always get a laugh out of me x)
Currently Reading: Going Down in Flames by Chris Cannon
Next: Bridges Burned by Chris Cannon; Reflection Pond by Kacey Vanderkarr
There's a whole bunch of Giveaways running on my blog right now! > Have a look! <
Scored my first challenge read for the Hard Heart Challenge! The fairy tale retelling Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross -- it was awesome, and puts me right on track =)
Posts of the last week:
Teaser Tuesday: Tainted Energy by Lynn Vroman
Waiting on Wednesday / Cover Reveal: Losing It : A Collection of V-Cards
Booking Through Thursday: Author
Blog Tour / Giveaway: Atlantis Rising by Gloria Craw
Blog Tour / Giveaway: Tainted Energy by Lynn Vroman
Jan 19 - Review: Circle of Fire by Michelle Zink
Jan 20 - Teaser Tuesday: Going Down in Flames by Chris Cannon
Jan 21 - Waiting on Wednesday: #122
Jan 22 - Swoon Thursday:Tainted Energy by Lynn Vroman
Jan 24 - Review: Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross
Jan 26 - Review: Going Down in Flames by Chris Cannon
Jan 27 - Tour Review w/ Giveaway: Bridges Burned by Chris Cannon
Jan 28 - Waiting on Wednesday: #123
Jan 30 - Review: Gray Moon Rising by SM Reine
Jan 31: Me, my Shelf, and I
... turned 25 on Wednesday! "A quarter century" everyone kept saying, as if that were a funny thing! I'm not actually feeling old, but when you think about the fact that more than a quarter of your life has passed (since I doubt I'm going to hit 100), and you're not so sure if you actually managed to accomplish anything so far? I mean, I'm not married, no kids, I don't even have enough income to support myself independently yet, and I don't have title to show for it either (seriously, Bachelor degrees get overlooked like we didn't sit our asses down for three years to work for it!). That's kinda depressing, isn't it?
Starting today, it's writing week! Alesha and I opted to split NaNoWriMo over ther year, and do one writing week of 10.000 words each month. For January, that's 18-24. Wish me luck, and send some love and muse my way, if you can spare it! =)