Happy Sunday! I’m sitting here surrounded by my family reveling in the fact that we have nowhere to go today and nothing to do. I just might actually get caught up on my paperwork today as well as still have time to nap. The possibilities are so exciting, and I’m reveling in them. It has been too long since we have had this amount of freedom in our schedule.
Speaking of schedules, this week was like all of the others, meaning it was busy, busy, busy. We had the culmination of our two-week United Way campaign, for which both Jim and I were extremely active. It was a lot of hard work and time, more than I ever considered as a possibility, but hopefully it was worth it in the end. Combined with that, we had our quarterly business meeting this week as well. The end result was too much time out of the office and too much left undone. I really hope that I can get caught up with everything one of these days.
Because of all of the extra activities this week, I kept things pretty light this week as far as reviews went. I’ve been on a huge YA kick lately, and this was reflected in my reviews of both book one and two of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod series – Eighth Grade Bites and Ninth Grade Slays. Actually, this was series week because I also reviewed M. J. Rose’s third novel in The Reincarnationist series, The Hypnotist, while Connor’s Corner spotlighted Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl series with Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident. I also made sure to throw a little publicity to Jen’s new business, Booklicity. In all, not my most in-depth, intellectual week but hopefully that will change as the fall sports start to end, and our schedule slows down a bit. Now, if only I can see something similar happen at work.
Speaking of schedules, time to go enjoy the freedom of mine! Happy Sunday and happy reading!