Me, my Shelf, and I is my version of a recap post, and also a feature to tell you more about myself.

ME ... fractious?

Definition: "easily irritated; bad-tempered; (of an organization) difficult to control, unruly."

Admitting that would be like shooting myself in the knee, wouldn't you agree? But what the heck. ^.^

I was definitvely a very unruly child, and I sometimes still act that out, but now it's all in good fun. I also used to be easily irritated. All those little hiccups that can occur on a regular day... they used to cling to me, and despelling bad mood is not as easy as getting it. However, now those things only bother me for the few minutes I'll waist on a little fit, which I need so they don't disturb my inner zen. Most people don't get it (so I'm not blaming you if you're shaking your head in disbelief right now), but it works for me.

my Shelf

In Your Corner by Sarah Castille
The Body Institute by Carol Riggs
Impossible Choice by Sybil Bartel
Hold by Claire Kent
Bereft by Jennifer Foor
It's a Wonderful Death by Sarah J. Schmitt

Thus, feeding The Box: +6

Posts Recap:

Bookish News: September Releases on my hitlist
Book Blitz / Teaser Tuesday: Impossible Choice
Waiting on Wednesday: Until We Meet Again
Book Blitz / Teaser Tuesday: Falling For Shakespeare
Tour Review: The Body Institute by Carol Riggs
Book Blitz / Teaser Tuesday: Sexy
Book Blitz : Ringside
Tour Review: Impossible Choice by Sybil Bartel
Book Blitz / Teaser Tuesday: Hidden Scars

and I

... didn't think my prediction from the last post would become that true, but on top of having little time for my blog, I also hit a general slump. I've been reading quite a lot, but I'm not very motivated to write reviews at the moment. As a result, there hasn't exactly been original content here, but I do plan to catch up on that in October and get you back into my good graces. 😉

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