Back In My Arms Again (Maitland Maidens Book 2) is now available at Amazon, Kobo, and Smashwords for just $0.99/£0.99! It should also be available at other e-tailers shortly 🙂
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Barnes & Noble Teacher Appreciation Days
Teachers are the best. To celebrate all of the amazing educators out there, Pre-K–Grade 12 teachers get 25% off through 10/15, online & in stores.
Chapters/Indigo 15% Off Weekend
This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday take 15% off your purchase with promo code GIVE15. Chapters/Indigo is also having their big Fall Sale, with items up to 50% off.
Three quarters of the year has passed us by, fellow readers. Are you three-quarters of the way to your reading goal?
I, as has become the norm this year, am not. I have begun reading more since Scandalous was published, but the books I’ve chosen are mainly research books for my next novel. That’s enormously fun, but it doesn’t make my TBR pile any smaller. I’ll have to re-focus for October. I have managed to curb my one-clicking a bit this month, though, and that makes me feel better. I may not be reading my older books as much as I’d like, but at least I didn’t make the problem too much worse this month 🙂
My brain has been warring a bit over reading my recent purchases versus reading TBR books, too, so I’ve spent a fair amount of time scrolling through the pages of my e-reader just trying to decide which book to read. I need a new system for choosing or I’ll spend the rest of the year just swiping through the ever-growing list!
Happy almost-September, fellow readers! We’re three-quarters of the way through the year already! Are you going to make your TBR goal?
We have seventeen weeks left (plus the rest of this one), so I’m still in the hunt. I took a two-week break after I finished writing The Good, The Bad, And The Scandalous and didn’t do any writing at all. I’ve just been reading and trying to whittle down my Netflix queue 🙂 I’m up to five TBR books read now, and I have 16 to go in order to meet my goal. That’s totally do-able, as long as the Migraine Monster stays away and I don’t fall down too many research rabbit holes working on my next book.
I also started to organize my TBR books a little better this week. I got out good old Excel and made a spreadsheet of all the books I had that belonged to a series. I discovered that I have eight complete series on my Kindle that I haven’t even started reading, and several others that are nearly complete. Yikes! I suspect there are more, too–I haven’t quite made it through my whole collection yet–so that’s probably what I’ll focus on next. Perhaps I’ll be binge-reading over Labor Day weekend rather than binge-watching!