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The Postman Knock #45, A Very Late One!

I'm apologizing for a very late post today, me dears.
My Internet went off Saturday afternoon and only just went back up. The only explanation we got for this was maintenance.

As some of you know, me and the hubster are moving to another country in 2 weeks, and so far I'm running like a headless chicken trying to sort the last things out and get rid of most of our belongings. So I am sorry that I'm not online much and that I'm not commenting on your blogs or even replying to all your lovely comments here.

I will pre-schedule as many posts as I can and hopefully will be back online sometime in October. But do not have any doubts, - I will be back online. I am not stopping blogging, even if it's going to be quiet here for a little while.
Just wanted to let you know what's happening, ya all :)

This week I READ:

TART was delicious, no pun intended. I can now understand Lauren Dane's appeal, although not all her books work for me. This one, however, was hot. THE SCRIBE was pure pleasure to read as a great beginning of a fab new series, although it got a bit slow somewhere in the middle. I'll be posting my review soon, but I'm telling you now, - this series will rock.


This was on my wishlist for awhile, so I used the opportunity to download it, when it went free!

There is a cracking and a bit spooky post (plus giveaway) from Elsie Park on the blog from yesterday, which will be interesting to read if you like medieval Europe. Otherwise I'm over and out, happy Sunday!

Here is a bit of Freddy whose birthday we celebrated this week :)


Bea said...

I was trying to remember when the actual move was, good luck! Don't worry about us, we'll be here when you get back. :)

I've heard good things about TART; it's on my wishlist.

Take care!

Jessica @ a GREAT read said...

Oh nice! Moving can be a hassle. I shudder at the day when I will have to move. All those books! Shudder, shudder! Hopefully whoever I wind up with--since I'm still single!--will have muscles to do all the heavy lifting! ;)

Hope the move goes smoothly for you! Take it easy! Happy Reading too!

Here's my STS

Have a GREAT day!

Old Follower :)

Blodeuedd said...

I must totally have missed the moving thing, or forgotten. Only just saw it on FB. So cool!

Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer said...

I am anxious to read your review of the Scribe, for some reason the cover screamed, "read me"

zEmfIrKa said...

Really excited about The Scribe, and how did I miss All the Paths of Shadow being a freebie!?... eh oh well, I think i might get it anyhow.

Good luck with the move!!! :)

Melliane said...

I love the cover of the freeby. Happy reading!

Aurian said...

Don't get too busy in your head, write it all down what you have to do. I wish you all the best with the emigration, and I hope there will be a decent bookstore near.

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