Short Hiatus into May

I've been trying to work quickly to review enough books to post every other day, and as much as I like this schedule, I'm running out of material. I'm also trying to prepare for six months abroad, so you know, there's that. So while I will be taking a few weeks off to write and read and pack, but I can tell you what the beginning of May will look like in terms of reviews.

In the pipes, I have reviews of both Labyrinth by Kate Mosse and Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen, narrated by the astonishing Katherine Kellgren who I have developed a bit of an aural crush on. I'm also reading, and enjoying The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau, and have been granted permission to read Swans & Klons by the lovely Nora Olsen. I'm still reading Solaris by Stanislaw Lem and listening to The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break by Steven Sherill, narrated by Holter Graham. I've also received some more books, Saving Fate and Iron Flower by Billy Wong, and Cobweb Bride by Vera Nazarian.

Also, in response to Amazon's acquisition of GoodReads, I am going to turn all of my links to book pages now link to LibraryThing. This change, along with a few others, will slowly appear in the next few weeks. I hope this will only be of slight annoyance. And in the way of LibraryThing, I leave you with a haiku:
books are stacked,
piled high--can I
read them all?
Catch you on the flip side!