Short Reviewing Hiatus

June 9, 2014 Uncategorized 10

Man, we’d love to stick to our three-reviews-a-week schedule but sometimes life gets in the way and we drop the ball. Between Rebekah releasing a new book, Meoskop being sick and rameau and me being in a bit of a reading slump, we’ve got nothing.

We’ll keep running links posts and hope to be back with a review on Wednesday. Feel free to berate me in the comments. I’ll use it as motivation. ;-)

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Ridley

An ice hockey fan from north of Boston and the genre's most beloved troll, Ridley enjoys reading contemporary and historical romance, as well as the odd erotica novel. As someone who uses a wheelchair, she takes a particular interest in disability themes.

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10 Responses to “Short Reviewing Hiatus”

  1. Fiona McGier

    I’d love to pique your interest with some of my books. All contemporary, a couple of Mayan/alien/vampire books, all with strong women and the men who love them. Most are inter-racial romances. Try a new author…maybe you’ll rediscover joy in reading? E-mail me for copies.

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  2. Sunita

    You’re not a real blog until you’ve gone on hiatus. ;) But seriously, good luck with all your tasks, hope you feel better, and enjoy your new dog!

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  3. Merrian

    Life is what it is. Take care you’all and come back soon as your want and are up to it (is that a correct use of you’all?)

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  4. Pamela

    I am in a reading slump too, and haven’t been inspired to post, but I live by your Links posts. I hope you’re just enjoying time with your garden and your new pup!

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  5. cleo

    I’m with Pamela – I also love the Links posts. And good luck with everything else.

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  6. Ridley

    @Pamela @cleo: Thanks, you guys. I really enjoy doing the links posts. Much more than I’ve been enjoying reading and reviewing lately. There’s just so much great stuff out there on blogs and in magazines.

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