Hi there, 'lo there, peeps. Wasn't originally intending to post anything on the matter, but I'm just too excited: the move has finally arrived! By that, I mean that my hubs and I are flying--along with the last of our things--back home to California. I've been able to spend time in the Bay Area taking care of some stuff, but now we're undertaking the official "move". The hubs has not set foot on U.S. soil in two years...and I think he's beyond stoked to see family once again.
Ooh...and bookishly speaking, I've still been in a phase of short-attention-span reading...meaning that I'm "currently reading" several books but have only finished a few. But those last few have been freaking awesome:
The Renfield Syndrome by J.A. Saare - Holy buttered biscuits, this was an amazing book. I cannot wait to post about this one. 'tis an instance of a sequel being even better than its (also fantastic) predecessor.
Grimspace by Ann Aguirre - This was a reread, but I think I might've fallen even harder for the book the second time around. Ann Aguirre has crafted fabulous characters and an absorbing fictional universe...and she's done it all in the first-person present narration. Hats off to that woman.
The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley - Yep, this is my favorite book thus far in the Highland Pleasures series. And that's saying a lot. The hero and heroine were fantastic as individuals, and they made for an interesting and engaging pair.
Here's to hoping there'll be some good reading time on the trip back home. We're flying out in about 12 hours. Woot! I'll see you all on the flip side!
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