Thursday, September 27, 2012

Who Knew...And My First Slow Reading Week Ever!

It's incredible to me but...I am still reading this! It is so good...Dystopian NYC...wealthy people live up high in the sky...unfortunates live down low...and there is no land down low...water footpaths, bridges, gondolas...and oh yes...Mystics...who get captured and drained when the way up high people need electricity. There is a lot more to it than that but it is told so deliciously that I am lost in this world. I had a nightmare about Lucy escaping and racing on one of the footpaths while I tried to find her...OMG!

My newest addiction...peanut butter M&M's? I despise peanut butter in candy and I love these...what is happening to me?

My Halloween candy supply is dwindling...I should have bought stuff I really didn't like!

Bad news for me...I have until Oct.13th to read millions of review books...I am not sure I will succeed.

Looks so manageable, doesn't it...but the ones I am freaking out over are all the egalleys...yikes!

Whew...I feel so much better...hitting one more itty bitty sized...of M&M's...and waiting to choose more books from Amazon Vine!



  1. Oh my gosh, peanut butter M & Ms are the absolute best!!! I always buy Halloween candy that I don't like!

  2. Wow, you do have a lot of review books. Are they just books you have that you want to read and review, or books that you received specifically for reviewing?

    If it's the latter, you're going to need lots of M & M'

  3. I love peanut butter in just about everything, so I love those m&ms. The fun size give me some portion control, more than the large bags.

  4. The PB M&Ms sound divine. I have to be careful with chocolate. Lots of chocolate is coated with flour to keep it from sticking in the packaging before the candy is made.

  5. I have not tried peanutbutter M and Ms- but I love the pretzel ones! I am glad I am not the only one with out of control TBR piles. The Kindle ones make me the most stressed because it is almost like they are invisible- but there are a million of them...