Just an avid reader. Mostly SF/Fantasy, some hobbies, paranormal, urban fantasy and lighter, fluffier things.
"Find your passion in your unlife. Having an activity that you love will keep you from the more destructive vampire occupations—maiming, killing, bowling."
I thought this would be a good way for us to comment and then share the post to see who is still here to make sure we are all following each other. I only bring this up because I see some people posting and I appear to be the only one following their reviews.
I have gotten some comments from bots though which is another reason why I wanted us all to take this Friday to comment and share this post so we can all find each other.
Feel free to drop your name in the comments and share!
Chick lit -- for a book club here on booklikes at Series Book Club.
I've had this preordered for what seems like forever (okay actually about a year).
The last two in the series just blew me away.
Not that I wrote good reviews of them; just fired all cylinders for what I want in a good read and a science fiction book in a way I haven't seen in a long time.
Sometimes the 5-star books are the hardest to review.
Ends today -- but I just now saw the notice over on goodreads because I am so seldom on that site.
Boy, I was almost whimpering while booklikes was down.
My New Year's resolutions aren't big at all. Just to make sure I do something everyday to get my new home in order. To get some sunshine each day. Pay more attention to my own health. Work in more of what I enjoy like reading and some crafts.
This month's freebie from publisher TOR (Macmillan) is Wild Cards I - George R.R. Martin.
To download, go to https://ebookclub.tor.com/ .
Publisher's info on book is here .
There's a book club for these freebies at http://booklikes.com/book-clubs/book/88/tor-monthly-free-ebook-science-fiction-and-fantasy .
“Is there a reason I’m not being asked anything?” Dick asked, raising his hand. “Usually I’m the one that gets questioned in these situations.”
"...as if Dick had done something to personally offend him (which, honestly, was a possibility with Dick. He’d been around for a while, and he was… Dick)."
"Jane smelled of old paper and creamy chocolate and kindness, the sort of scent that meant safety and home."
"...had mutually friend-zoned each other within minutes of meeting, because it just seemed like crossing too many streams to date your neighbor who also happened to be your coworker."
Oooh...been waiting on a new Half-Moon Hollow book for what seems forever!
"...remember to pursue progress, not perfection. At first, just try to kill fewer people."