It has been one year since Russian terrorists shot down MH17. So much has happened since then, and since we organised and hosted the service for all the ambassadors and politicians. I can’t believe it has already been a year, and at the same time I can hardly believe it has already been a year.
RIP to Formula One driver Jules Bianchi, who died at the beginning of the weekend. I was watching the race from Barcelona in October last year when he had his horrific crash, which eventually led to his death. I have never seen such a frightening crash.
I typed 36 000 words of a manuscript this week – Monday to Friday. 36 000 words! I think that was a little too much for five days.
As far as reading went this has been a pretty lacklustre week. I started a number of very “blah” books, and even searching all over NetGalley I was having trouble finding anything to get excited about. Maybe the August – October time period isn’t the best for new books… I still seem to be reading a lot of Western historicals, which is nothing like my usual fare. Maybe I need the change.
These aren’t ads, they’re screenshots!
I’m finding Goodreads unusable at the moment. While I know you can use software to block annoying ads, I don’t see why I should have to for this ONE site. These ads above are animated, meaning the creepy-looking women move nonstop in them, and they are on EVERY page. It makes Goodreads look like some dodgy torrent site, and it’s too distracting to post there.
High quality ads, too. Because we *totally* use the word “Mom” here in Canberra. Yeah, sure.
Those “Strong Heroines”
My review of Shadow of a Doubt (The Tangled Ivy Trilogy #2) by Tiffany Snow
My review of Outlaw Hearts (Outlaw Hearts #1) by Rosanne Bittner
My review of Beauty and the Rake (The Rookery Rogues Book 3) by Erica Monroe
My review of A New Hope (Thunder Point #8) by Robyn Carr