I'm rather sick right now with one of those colds that make you look, feel and act like one of the walking dead. I'm pretty much like this right now:
Last week on the blog:
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
The Sight by David Clement-Davies
Alienated by Melissa LandersW... W... W..., my weekly book haul and my first ever Follow & Feature post.
I am currently reading Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma. I wanted to redo the review I did for this, as it was one of the first I wrote for the blog and I did not say everything I wished to say about this. So I am redoing it but in doing so I made myself want to read it again. So for the first time in what feels like forever, I actually stopped reading a book in order to read something else. The review will be up tomorrow most likely, it will definitely be 5 stars so check back!
Tales From The Library
This week I have decided not to tell another crazy library story; I'm worried I may put you off going in one ever again. I will instead tell you one of the few things I don't like about my job. That is people who can't use computers coming in to use the computers. I do not wish to add up the hours of my life wasted on this.
I get people coming up to me constantly and informing me that the computers are broken. When you enquire further they say that it's just not working. My usual response is to ask if they have switched it on, they say they have and that it is most definitely broken. I then walk all the way to the I.T suite, press the on button and as if by some strange Harry Potter magic I have fixed the broken computer. I wish to start a general computer use rule, if you don't know what a power button is you are obviously too stupid to use them. Why these people don't sign up to any of our free computer courses, I will never know.
I need to say a massive thank you to the amazing people who took the time to follow my blog. I have just realised how many people that is but I like to thank people so here goes nothing: Challenging Reads, Because Reading Is Better Than Real Life, Brigitte Woah The Bookaholic, Feed Your Fiction Addiction, So Many Books So Little Time, Greg's Book Haven, A Great Read, My Nook Books N More, Buried Under Romance, Meredith & Jennifer's Musings, Feminist Fairy Tale Reviews, Mad Hatter Reads, The Ultimate Bookworm, Moy Drook Reads, Between My Lines, Such A Novel Idea, Paradise of Pages, Ramblings Of A Book Junkie, The World For The Reading, Abbbz And Bookz, Natflix and Books, YA: Escape From Reality, Lite-rate-ture, Studio Reads, Dees Reads & Tressa's Wishful Endings. Thank you all!
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