Archive for October, 2010
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House-sitting for her parents seemed like a good idea, until the microwave blew up and the lights went out.
Now Chloe Burke thinks upgrading the electrical system of her childhood home while they are away would make the perfect Christmas gift. Fortunately, there‚Äôs an electrician in town who can get the job done by the holidays.
I can’t believe Undeniably Yours releases a week from today. And Holiday Sparks (page coming soon) only five weeks after that. I guess that explains where my summer went!
Undeniably Yours will also be available as an audiobook sometime in November. Yay!
I’ve got Ma’s wedding on November 5th, followed by my husband’s birthday on the 19th and the Short Kid’s on the 22nd, then Thanksgiving. BLACK FRIDAY SALES! Segue right into…Christmas!
Only 61 more shopping days left!
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I have an Extra Kid today—a friend of the Short Kid who lives in the neighborhood who was running amok and stopped in to play some PS3. When I asked if he needed to call home and update his family on his whereabouts, he said “nope” and went back to playing.
I struggle with this so much. I know nine-year-olds run amok in the neighborhood. I see them all the time. But it bothers me. The Short Kid runs slightly … Read More »
I’ve been holding off marking this book as “read” because I really wanted to write a review for it. Reviews aren’t something I write particularly well, however, and there are already so many excellent and comprehensive reviews of this title on the ‘net, so in list form: Brilliant. Emotional. Amazing. Rich. Breathtaking. Multi-layered. Engrossing. Imaginative. Action-y. Romantic.
I wasn’t sure how I’d like steampunk but, not only am … Read More »