This week’s weekly geeks has a number of tasks, but I’ll stick with one that I can do and follow up.
1. In your blog, list any books you’ve read but haven’t reviewed yet. If you’re all caught up on reviews, maybe you could try this with whatever book(s) you hope to finish this week.
Just this week Nicola from Alpha Heroes has done some very short reviews in the style of Stumbling over chaos. In fact I thought about quick reviews already during the weekly geeks where we were to think about doing a review in another reviewer’s format, but never got around to it.
So, I think that this is what I’ll do. I’ll now just list those books that are waiting to be blogged about and do it in a speedy manner. Maybe just a few lines, no blurb, but with a link to the shop where you can buy it. I’m just not sure whether to do one per post or a bunch together. It might be easier to find a specific one if they are all individual posts, but the posts would be very short. Oh, not sure yet. I’ll see how the first one turns out and go from there.
The list that I want to work off is:
- Unstoppable force by Lisa Marie Davis
Testament to Love by Ariel Tachna In search of fireworks by Ariel Tachna The professor’s secret passion by M. L. Rhodes
- Fallen Angel by Sean Michael and it’s sequel Watching Angels (in “Bus stories”)
Seeing Love by Sean Michael Chosen by Sean Michael, the sequel to “Need”
- Weathering the storm by Nicki Bennett & Ariel Tachna and its sequel Coming home (in “Reflections of Love”)
- Object of his desire by Ava March
- The Officer and the Gentleman by J. P. Bowie
- The Sight of home by Sean Michael
- From the get go by Sean Michael
Gently down the stream by Connie Bailey
- Hearing beauty by Mike Shade
- Welcome home by Sean Michael
- Dissonance by Sonja Spencer
The Squire by Shawn Lane Special Delivery by Cassandra Gold Feathers by Vincent Diamond
- Unspoken by Willa Okati
The one that was lost by TC Blue(I hope to finish this one this weekend, but this one will get a full review))
OMG, what a list to do! There are a few more that I put on the backburner. I better get going…
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Edit: After posting my first quick review I think it’s nicer to have individual posts for each one. I named the quick reviews "In a nutshell" to distinguish them from the longer ones.