It’s Anthology Contest time! I may be in the middle of #TackleTBR, but other things go on apace. Checking round the IWSG posts last week, I realised that it was time for the Annual Anthology contest. It’s the fourth one,
TackleTBR 2017 is off and running. If you missed my advance warning in August you can read all about this Readathon there. In May I did the Clean Sweep ARC to get some of those new releases off my shelf.
Sign up now to reduce the length/size of your reading pile. September 11th to 24th sees the fifth TackleTBR Readathon, thanks to Tressa at Wishful Endings. The goal you set is entirely up to you – maybe you don’t even
To Be Read was not a concept I knew about before I started blogging. Or maybe it was before I started writing seriously – if you can call what I do ‘serious writing’. I bought books, I put them on
Once again, I enjoyed my Tackle TBR event, and got through the books I’d planned to read. I added Holding to the list when I started so well, but I expected my cataract operation on my right eye to stop
Welcome, everybody, to my Challenge for the Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon 2016. First off, I’m going to explain about my series, then I’ll set you a Challenge, and then there’s the giveaway. The Princelings of the East by Jemima Pett
Once again, Wishful Endings is hosting the Tackle your TBR Read-a-thon, starting tomorrow and ending on Sept 26th. I’m doing my start-up post early, since I’ve got something special for you tomorrow, but I’ve got another special something on Wednesday,
Well, it was a sort of failure in tackling my TBR since, as mentioned in my Noirwich post, I got eight more books that weren’t on my list already at the Norwich Crime Writing Festival last weekend, and then I
Our Fiction in 50 words this month arrives on Thursday, simply because I have other posts in the way, and with all the reading I’m doing, I think a quickie is in order today. Life of the Party The drinks flowed;
Today I’m challenging all people tackling their ‘to read’ list through the #TackleTBR Readathon to come up with some books related to the four seasons. Your challenge, if you choose to accept it is to find one book with each of
I’ve spent the last four days engrossed in the crime writing festival that is Noirwich – book readings, author interviews, workshops and more in the wonderful City of Literature that is Norwich, UK. Headlines Packed house for Lee Child at
This is my second update for my Tackle TBR challenge, and I thought I might as well give you some mini-reviews as well. This is a bit scary, because usually I do my review posts well in advance, then I don’t
The Tackle your TBR Read-a-thon is the brainchild of Tressa at Wishful Endings. She knows how easy it is to get behind with your reading pile, and this event each September helps us focus and catch up before the year ends.
I had a small window in my time away from the computer the other day, and thought, I know, I’ll pick up a book. I had three listed on my panel at the side (I’d finished a crime mystery the
Yes, it’s time for my Reading Challenge progress report again. My Goodreads Challenge tally is finally ahead of schedule, although it easily slips behind as soon as I have a long (400 page) book to read. I don’t understand why I am