Monday, 31 March 2014
Happy April Reading Everyone!!!!
I have resisted for so long as whether to do a monthly post in regards to my reading intentions, because when you get stuck into a page turner all else goes by the wayside!
So this is a trial run so to speak plus an incentive for me to get writing!
Following on from my recent post 'Just How Obsessed With Austen and JAFF Are You?' I thought I would share that I had to take a test at university, called "How tight (or loose) are your professional boundaries?"
Question three I am convinced was for me.
Q3. One of your clients notices you are reading a book by their favourite author. You have just finished the book and can tell they would love to read it.
A. Give them the book?
B. Hurriedly put the book away?
C. Discuss the ideas and themes of the book with them?
D. Suggest they join the local library?
E. Offer to lend them the book?
Wow where do I start! lets just say I decided to take a hit on that question, hopefully it will not affect my overall grade!!
Without further ado this is my plan "Disclaimer, I have just purchased several books with my Mothers' day Gift voucher, if they are page turners, what I have planned becomes null and void!"
I will be reviewing the following books in April
Haunting Mr Darcy - A Spirited Courtship - KaraLynne Mackrory
The Secret Betrothal - Jan Hahn
Pemberley Medley - Abigail Reynolds
A lasting love Affair - P.O. Dixon
A Perfect Bride for Mr Darcy - Mary Lydon Simonsen
My Dearest Mr Darcy - Sharon Lathan
I hope you have some great books lined up too!!!