On the Night Table [26]: Derailed in Russia


Planning what to read ahead of time typically works well for me. I get my ARCs and review copies done and sometimes, I’m able to squeeze some pleasure reading in between. Well, last week, when I got the email from Audible about The Bronze Horseman, I knew the books on my queue were done for. ┬áBecause I’ve been watching and hoping that they’ll be available for download for the longest time, and I knew I would jump at the chance as soon they have it. So for the better part of my week, I was simultaneously reading and listening to the first book.

Epic doesn’t even come close. I loved it. I ranted about it on Twitter. I couldn’t get enough.

Needless to say, I’ve been obsessed. And probably will remain obsessed until I finished every single book from this series. This week, I don’t plan on reading anything else. I am, once again, behind by a week. Though that doesn’t necessarily mean I’m behind on blogging. I’m actually still quite a few days ahead. So I think I can afford to be distracted by my new favourite literary couple. Reviews for these books will be up some time next week.

  • The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons
  • The One Thing by Marci Lyn Curtis
  • Amplified by Tara Kelly
  • Long Change by Don Gillmor
What’s on your night table this week?

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