Are you going to BEA this year? If not... are you participating in Armchair BEA?! There will be so much going on next week... so many giveaways... so much awesomeness.
At Colorimetry, I will be launching a new tour - The Battle for Princess Madeline by Kirstin Pulioff. The tour is full, but anyone is welcome to share the Launch, which is fun, or get on the Rafflecopter for sharing our Grand Finale on June 14th. If you're interested, sign up HERE.
I am ALSO hosting a mini-series for Triskele Books highlighting a new author and book every day with interviews and stuff which will include a new giveaway DAILY plus a grand release party on June 1st. I will be sharing that Release Party Post with other bloggers - let me know if you want IN! :-D
Besides this excitement... and a few pre-written posts... June is pretty much a no-blogging month for me. Lol. I have two birthday parties and four kids released from school and a general BUZZ of activity and energy at my house that makes blogging nearly impossible. I wish I could share it with you - it's really fun in an insane sort of way. I've gotten used to it since Dash was in Kindergarten and Trinity was born. As soon as the basketball playoffs begin, I feel the build-up. Lol. (The 9th month in any pregnancy is memorable, but spend two of those months watching the playoffs and it's MEMORABLE.)
It's good blogging manners to announce breaks in schedules... not that I keep a schedule, but June will be different. This is my announcement.
I'm reading the Infernal Devices Series, so I had to participate in this awesome thing hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey.
I finished The Clockwork Prince over the weekend and dived into my signed and personalized copy of The Clockwork Princess Sunday.
It's got talons, I tell ya! It gets a good grip and won't let go!! I don't know how I'm going to go about regular Monday activities when I'm on page 138 of 568. I wish I could turn on the sunshine and swing in a hammock and not come out 'til I've closed the back cover.
Ah well... I'll be in England of a century past in my thoughts, at least.