I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
I have a confession, I am a Whovian. I’ve even turned other people onto the show—my husband proposed to me during an episode. I’ve watched the show since childhood. When I was offered the opportunity to review a Dr Who book, I jumped at the chance.
I was sent an e copy of this book, in advance of its publication, in exchange for my honest review.
Life Itself is the most Wonderful Fairy Tale, according to Hans Christian Anderson. However, in the real world, we’ve lost the will for this sort of thinking. There are deadlines to meet, and it always seems like the evil stepmothers and witches are getting their way.
In the last week:
I participated in the #TackleTBR (Tackle your TBR) challenge hosted by Wishful Endings.
I read Oh, Africa! by Andrew Lewis Conn.
I finished the Tackle your TBR challenge with about 50% of my goal.
I wrote about Banned Books Week.
Sheila even has a giveaway for Banned Books week.
Not only is there a sequel to the Rosie project,
September 21 through 27 is Banned Books Week, celebrating giving notice to challenged or banned books. Personally, I am very supportive of 1st amendments rights—here in America we have a lot of advantages that other countries don’t have—including our right to free speech.
Think of how INSULAR life may be without your favorite book. Think of how closed off you would be if you could not speak about your favorite book with like minded people.
So I didn’t really spend too much time with this over the last 2 weeks, I have been working a LOT and once I am home, well, I have had to be focused on other things. This has not been great for my reading on the readathon, however, I read 5 (1/2 of what I wanted to read) for this readathon.
That is 5 more than I had read, and it feels like when there are not readathons,