Friday, August 24, 2012

Sick of Boxes

The packing, boxing, calling, emailing, and cleaning continues as we attempt to move.  Things are not going as smoothly as one might hope and my sanity is starting to get more frayed than normal.  As a result of a potentially short fuse, I am keeping away from the internet as much as possible.  I really don't need to have one of those train-wreck blow-ups that entertains the masses but ruins my career.

To help keep calm and carry on, I read books.  Detaching from reality for a few hours a day helps to maintain my hold on sanity.  In the past two days, I've read two books.  The first was "Dead and Gone" by Charlaine Harris, which I think is book 10 in her Sookie Stackhouse series.  Pretty good stuff, but I'm sad to see that I've only got two more before I have to wait for the last one to come out.  The second one was "Hunger Untamed" by Pamela Palmer from her Feral Warriors series (book 5, I think).  One word: YUM! Great book, but I've only got one more to read until I have to wait for the next one in her series to hit shelves.  That's fine, though.  I'm currently bouncing through several series, trying to get caught up while I'm in between books.  The next book I've got lined up is a historical romance by Lynsay Sands.


In the meantime, I'm seeing more reviews trickle in for The Asylum Interview: Bronx and I've even seen a couple for The Asylum Interviews: Trixie.  We are getting close to the release of the first novel, Angel's Ink, and I can't wait!  I can't wait for you to meet Gage and the gang.  I can't wait for you to walk through Low Town and experience the craziness of his life.

If you're haven't read it yet, here's a little love for BRONX over at My Parahangover.  And here's some early love for TRIXIE at Fall Into Books and at A Book Obsession.  Also, if you haven't entered the contest over at All Things Urban Fantasy, you have roughly a week left until it's over.  Don't miss out on a chance to win the BRONX e-book.

The countdown continues.  We have only 11 more days until the release of The Asylum Interviews: Trixie.  You don't want to miss out on meeting this fiery woman who knows how to keep up with our favorite tattoo artists.  Pre-order it now!

As a quick aside, one of my favorite quotes from The Asylum Interviews: Trixie has popped up on Goodreads and I have to pass it along.

“Fan-fucking-tastic. Not only were Jo and Trixie in danger from this master vampire, but Trixie's belief in my prickishness was fading fast.

Priorities. I need to focus on getting Jo free of Chester permanently while protecting Trixie from any backlash from the master vampire. I could always prove to her later that I was a dick.” 

Sorry about the language, but Gage has a mouth on him.  On the plus side, he's amusing when he rants to himself.  Pre-order Trixie now!

1 comment:

Stefanie Dawson said...

I like the way you think.