It's Monday! What Are You Reading, is hosted by Book Journey, is where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week. It is a great way to network with other bloggers, see some wonderful blogs, and put new titles on your reading list.
Here's my posts from the last week:
The Impossible Cube by Steven Harper (Early Review)
Silence by Michelle Sagara (Early Review)
Black Dawn by Rachel Caine (Early Review)
This week was filled with yummy early copies of books. I just love those weeks :)
The Impossible Cube is the 2nd installment in the Clockwork Empire series. This series is perfect for people wanting to try out the Steampunk genre. It isn’t overly complicated with the “tech” like some of these types of books are.
Silence was really enjoyable, and quite unique. I just wish a little bit more would have been revealed, but I’ll just have to have patience.
Black Dawn.. Yeah I did a crazy happy dance when this book showed up on my doorstep. I cannot begin to squee over how much I love this series. Make sure to check out my 12 Days of Morganville Giveaway post!
In non-book related news:
I’m seriously considering taking the plunge to move over to Wordpress. It’s going to take some research to figure out how to transfer over my images and design. I had taken a free template I found on the web, and completely revamped with photoshop it to make it my own. I have a moderate understanding of html, and it took a lot of trial and error to make everything work how I wanted. I’ve debated over paying someone to make a whole new layout for me, but I’ve come to love my design. Besides, I just got business cards printed with this design. So I don’t really want to change it. Perhaps the thing to do would be find a layout designer that would be willing to just do the coding rather than the whole. In the meantime, I think I’m going to start shifting my main giveaway entries away from GFC, and focus more on RSS/Linky. *Shrugs*
My Upcoming List:
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Siren by Tricia Rayburn
The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda (Early Review)