A to Z Blogging Challenge - sticky post, please scroll down
Just to let you know what's going to happen in April. I'm going to try to review a book for every letter. Too bad I didn't think of it soon enough to have a backlog. Some of them are novels, some are short stories, and a couple are children's books. There will be romance, thrillers, and erotica. Mostly m/m and I hope to remember to label those for you so you can skip it if it isn't your cup of tea.

Sundays will have two posts, my regular post plus my Monday post. My Thursday post will still show up on Thursday, hard to give up the kitties.

Links to all the bloggers are here, please stop in and chat with some of us.

There are over 1,400 bloggers joining up for this event. There are 22 categories you can sign up with but with personal, miscellaneous and adult content on the list, who knows what you'll find when you visit.

I was going to link up each letter on every post for you but I already talk a lot ;-) and didn't want the posts to be any longer than they already are. I moved my BLOG ARCHIVE list so you can check them out that way. Each should be obvious, they'll say something like "A is for . . . Alex (sports romance)".

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Trip to the Library

I returned:
Hooked on Murder (unread)
cozy mystery, crochet group, bookstore, thought it would be perfect. Nope. This is one I had purchased and returned because I couldn't stand the main character. Still couldn't. Maybe it was my mood, maybe it was comparing it to other cozy mystery/yarn books. I don't know but I've got too many other books to read to take the time on this one.

After Etan reviewed
Death by Cashmere reviewed

I picked up:
Thai Die
The Magical Christmas Cat

I still have:
The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club
I may give up on this one, if I do, I'll let you know why

Ready for me to pick up:
Step by Step
Desperate Passages

I purchased from Friends of the Library:
Ride a Painted Pony by Kathleen Eagle
I've read other books by her and the back sounded interesting

Earthseed by Pamela Sargent
Sounds like a futuristic Lord of the Flies

The Christmas Thief by Mary Higgins Clark & Carol Higgins Clark
I may have this one but I'm not sure

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