Thursday, June 26, 2014

Diary Entry

June 26th 2014
It's Thursday afternoon the hubby is sound asleep on the sofa with the dogs asleep in the living room. I have the kids working on summer school projects to get ahead for the next year. I made them each a spelling list one for the 8th grader and one for my 4 year old. I'm hoping to get the older one writing reviews. I'm also thinking of writing reviews of the kids books my little one and I read. 
I've been watching more of Orange is the new Black on Netflix....such a weird show I still don't know how I feel. I like some of the characters and others no so much.

I heard they are trying to get Frostbitten the 2nd in the Vampire Academy series made into a movie. I'm super excited since I loved the series just worried it won't get the love that it deserves. I wish the CW would pick it up because it would fit great with Vampire Diaries and Supernatural.

Currently reading
I'm about halfway done with Unseen and so far I love it. May end up being my new favorite vampire series. 

Unseen is next by Lauren Stewart (Goodreads)


Job security isn’t something Addison is all that concerned with.
Death, however? Yeah, death is a major concern.

After Addison finds a nearly-dusted vampire in the garbage outside her building, her ability to stay off the paranormal radar is deader than the vamp. Almost as dead as she’ll be if anyone thinks she put him there. Even though she’s basically shoving a stake into her own chest, she has no other choice but to get him indoors before he dusts in front of a human. And just when she thinks life couldn’t possibly get any worse, she finds out who he is.

As vampire king and Prime to all races of supernatural beings in this zone, Rhyse gets what he wants when he wants it. But after being ambushed, he wakes up chained to a bed with a hole in his chest and, unfortunately, he needs help to discover who tried to kill him. His only ally is his captor, someone unaware she has the power to bring down their entire world.

While a prophesized war brews in the Heights, Addison and Rhyse must decide which carries more risk—trusting someone who could destroy you or trusting someone who could love you?

* * * 
The Heights not only protects the secrecy of vampires, shifters, demons, angels, and other supernaturals, it protects the humans unaware of the world hidden within their own.

Goodreads rambling
I was dinking around goodreads today because I set the laptop up instead of using my tablet or desk top. so while hanging with the hubby I did a reading. I've joined so many groups but I've noticed I haven't done much posting in most of them. So because I have all these great groups full of great people I've decided to start being more active. I'm going to read a few of the books  this month for some of the group reads so I have an excuse to be more social. So far the books I've chosen are: 
 The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine 
Midnight Crossroad by Charlaine Harris 

I've been making my list of to read books for July trying to get in as many as I can and stop slacking. I feel like I've been a huge slacker this year when it comes to read. I'm so far behind my goal this year. I've spent most of it chasing just hoping to catch up but by the end of summer I hope too. 

Off to read! Have a great day!!!
What are you reading?

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