Last week saw my stats go down in general, but at least my comments have remained consistent. Outside of blogging I’ve been contemplating a new blogging business venture to help pay for my book habit and I’m actually pretty excited about launching it in the fall. I’ll announce my plan closer to the date, but I think you guys will like it better than my proposed donating option. Anyway…what am I doing this week besides dropping cryptic clues to torture you?
- An article called ‘Writing Pitfalls: Dialogue’. This article is the first in a planned ten part series designed to help authors with their writing, whether they’re just starting out or already have a few books under their belts.
- A review of Keeper of the King’s Secrets by Michelle Diener. This is the sequel to the first book, In a Treacherous Court and I’m very excited to see how Michelle Diener’s writing has improved.
- A review of Roma by Steven Saylor. I was rather reluctant to start reading Roma but I’m about halfway through it at the time of writing this and so far it’s pretty good. Sometimes there’s more showing than telling but Steven Saylor is a good storyteller.
- A review of Evermore by Alyson Noel. I’ve heard so much about this one and it’s been on my TBR pile for so long that I finally gave in and started reading it. What have I got to lose?
- Book Blast: 1066: What Fates Impose by G. K. Holloway
- Book Blast: Destruction by Sharon Bayliss
- Discussion: Beta Reading. If you’re a book blogger or author have you ever been a beta reader? If so, how was it? If not, would you ever consider being a beta reader?