Yes, this is a new regular feature I’m hoping to do. As a blogger I feel I need some consistency to my Sundays, which are generally my lazy days where I don’t post until noon or later. So maybe this will help a little bit.
This week is going to be a good one with lots of reviews, seeing as I’m not participating in any promo-only blog tours. Oddly enough I actually did an interview and I’m hoping to do more interviews in general in the future. I personally like interviews but I’ve let myself slack off and haven’t been asking for them.
Enough rambling. Here’s what you can expect from me this week:
- An interview with John Heldt, who just finished The Northwest Passage series, his debut series about time-travel.
- A very special cover reveal! This cover is actually a revamp of the original cover and having read the book and loved it I can’t decide which one I like better now.
- A review of Andromeda’s Fall by Abigail Owens for the blog tour. I’m very excited about this review because this was the first book I’ve read that featured animal shapeshifters. I was more than a little skeptical about initially signing up for the blog tour so we’ll see if my skepticism was warranted or not.
- A review of The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa. I’ve been re-reading the previous two books in the series to prepare for the last book in the trilogy and I’m nervous about how Julie Kagawa is going to wrap up such a complicated trilogy. Since it takes place in what really is a Crapsack World it’s going to be hard to come to a satisfying conclusion.
- A review of In a Treacherous Court by Michelle Diener. This one I requested from the author and it just arrived in the mail yesterday! I do love the Tudor period so I’m anxious to start this one.
- A review of The Wise Woman’s Tale by Phillipa Bowers. This book received quite a bit of hype when it first released and I found it in the used section of my bookstore so I figured why not give it a try.
- Discussion: Being Open About Blogging Statistics. Considering I’m quite open about my statistics, this should be an interesting discussion!