Life Update…

Oh my dear, dear book-blogging friends – how I miss you all! Tom and I purchased a house, and things have been absolute pandemonium ever since!  I’m actually working on a bit of blogging for that project (slow going, since I HAVE NO TIME), and will post the link when it’s ready for viewing in case anyone would like to read about our adventures with 15 cats, FLEAS, overgrown gardens, wall removal, FLEAS, carpet removal, painting, taking up 50-year-old linoleum, FLEAS, discovering snake wine in our closet (look it up), and oh, did I mention we have fleas?!?! We haven’t moved yet (because of fleas), and in fact, I’ve packed exactly 1/4 of a box so far.  However, today may be a little quieter (?!?!?!) so I am hoping to do a little blogging, catch up on some emails, and possibly even pack a bit.  I really miss blogging, and am super sad that I’m going to have to post a bunch of mini-reviews instead of real ones because it’s been so long since I read the books and they had to go back to the library.  Tragic!

For now, I’m going to try to get some housework done before it gets too hot, and then maybe I’ll be back for some blogging adventures! PS Oh and I started twittering* because that’s about the level of blogging I can handle now, so feel free to follow.  :-D

*Yes, I’ve been informed that the official word is “tweeting” but I really feel like I’m more of a twitterer so what can you do?

Ah, life

So things continue crazy around here, but tomorrow is  day off (hurrah!) and I am hoping to tackle the stack of to-be-reviewed books, which is growing daily!

What do you have to anticipate??

•The latest from Dee Henderson – Undetected is a bit of romantic fluff that was fun and easy reading.
•I’m rereading The Chronicles of Narnia, and everything is beautiful.  I LOVE THESE BOOKS.
•I read my first Tamora Pierce book!
•More Daisy Dalrymple!!
•The Harper Hall series by Anne McCaffrey – the first of her books I’ve read, but definitely not the last!
•Graphic novel version of Beauty and the Beast that I apparently wasn’t artsy enough to understand.
•Bill Bryson’s brilliant book, One Summer: America 1927. Loved this book, and am definitely adding more Bryson to the nonfiction TBR!

SO I don’t really know when I’ll get around to blogging, but I thought I’d reassure my faithful readers that I’m alive and well (and buying a house!) and still reading at a rather ridiculous rate for someone as busy as myself! :-D

Hope all is well in book-blogger land – hopefully I can catch up on my reader tomorrow as well!