Wednesday, September 4, 2013

What's Happening Wednesday

It's a Wednesday and it's time to share what's happening... :)

For those unfamiliar with What's Up Wednesday; It's a weekly bloghop that has been started by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk, meant to help people keep in touch. If you'd like to join in, you can find the link widget in either Jaime's or Erin's blog posts.


What I'm Reading: I am reading Night of the Purple Moon by Scott Cramer and Mameluke Bath by Andrew Asibong


What I'm Writing: I am preparing posts for another blog that I plan to publish soon.

What Inspires Me Right Now: My stepmother who continues to smile even when things go horribly wrong in the kitchen... She is a great cook, too :)


What Else I'm Up To:  Finding new recipes for healthy homemade dog food (our beloved Labrador is extra finicky about his food the past few weeks)



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Reading List for September 2013

The "BER" months are upon us. That means that the Holidays are just around the corner. 

I have a lot of books lined up for September and most of them are from either NetGalley or from LibraryThing. However, I also have a lot of other books that have been in my "to-read" list for the longest time because I have not been able to read them. I hope to make even a minor dent in that list, if I can.

My reading list for September 2013 includes the following books:


What Doesn't Kill Her
by Max Allan Collins




Delia's Shadow

by Jaime Lee Moyer




How to Be a Good Wife

by Emma Chapman




The Reluctant Cannibals

by Ian Flitcroft




The Summer We All Ran Away

by Cassandra Parkin




Summer's End 
by Lisa Morton




A Tainted Mind 
by Tamsen Schultz 



Mameluke Bath 
by Andrew Asibong



SEVERED - A Tale of Sleepy Hollow
by Dax Varley





The Shattered World Within
by Patty Jansen




Please note that there are books which I have already read and reviewed that are not on the list for obvious reasons. There are also books which I will definitely end up reading and reviewing which are not on the list -- mainly because I have no idea which books they are yet. Those books will depend on which ARCs (advance reader copy) I receive and which I may simply take a fancy to.

What about you? What will you be reading this month?

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