Well it’s January again, my hoped for white Christmas never happened, in fact I have yet to see any snow (bar that on the hills in the distance) this winter so far which is a bit disappointing. As I mentioned in my end of year round up post I am only doing a few blog tours this month and one in February and have no plans to do any more until at least June. This is because I have a placement between February and June as part of my university course and between that being full time plus the fact that I’m working weekends, I simply won’t commit to a blog tour because it would be unfair on the tour host, publisher and author if I did. (Having said that I may bend this rule IF there is a book out by an author I already know and love.) So, this is how my next few weeks are looking at the moment:
6th – Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent.
10th – Brake Failure by Alison Brodie.
15th – Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb.
17th – Rupture by Ragnar Jonasson.
24th – Burned and Broken by Mark Hardie.
30th – Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb.
6th Feb – Meet Me at Willoughby Close by Kate Hewitt.
These are all reviews and on top of that I’m also going to be reviewing a couple of Christmas novellas that I read over the holiday but otherwise that’s me for January. What I’m hoping to do in February onwards in work through the books I have received from publishers and authors, some of which I’ve had for longer than I’d like to admit, and those I have on Netgalley so maybe I can bring my tbr down a bit. How much reading I’ll have time for I’m not sure but hopefully I can manage at least one or two.
So, with all lined up that I’d better get on with reading, although I do have an essay due soon so I should maybe do that first though those books are looking quite appealling, hmmmm…………..