I have started working on my holiday reading list for 2014. I am making a list of all of the tried and true holiday/ winter themed books that I compiled last year, plus all of the new ones we found – into one list. Thanks to everyone that helped with that!
I am now searching for new books for the Holidays. If you know of any that you want added to this years list please post it here.
We live just outside the city limits of a small community. Since we have yet to fence in our property all the way around, we often are graced with visitors. No, the neighbors do not just drop in, but their live stock does. I wish I would have had a camera when the neighbors billy-goat dropped by. He was huge and apparently did not like our dog. When our not so small dog, think tall enough to put his head on a dining table and weighs about 115 pounds, ran to meet him, the billy-goat reared up then came down for a head butt that sent our poor old dog tumbling. Needless to say we did not go out to greet that particular neighbor and our dog has since kept his distance.
This week we had much friendlier visitors. Two donkeys came to pay their respects and explore a while. They appeared hungry as they tried to get in the chicken feed. They did do a nice job of trimming the grass around the house and took a couple of carrots we offered. After about three hours they decided it was time to go home and made their way back the way they came, not before leaving us with several piles of fertilizer. They were thoughtful like that.
They were pleasant guests and I would gladly have them back anytime. :-)
They decided the can containing chicken feed was really a hidden treat for them, even the bird feeder wasn’t safe. The light gray one eventually had it swinging pretty high. I had to run rescue it.
When they could not get the lid off, they went back to see if they could find anything else (notice the feeder is gone)
This one decided to try and make friends with one of our kitties. She put on a brave front until the donkey left.
She went in to stealth mode after this photo and stalked the donkeys. It was all good fun until one of them turned around and started walking towards her. She is a fast runner. ;-)
I love this movie. Toothless is one of my favorite dragons. He is a bit cat-like but adorable.
How To Train Your Dragon, Dir. Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, DreamWorks Animation, 2010.
Here we are again. Another week has flown by – which means we are another week closer to GRL. Yay!
I just finished checking out this weeks posts and once again there are some great interviews, cover reveals, book reviews and give-aways coming from all three sites. So many authors, so many books and just not enough hours in the day! So mark you calendars, set your reminders, what ever it takes so you don’t miss any of it.
Click on the logos below to find out what fun things you can expect this week from these great blogs!
The Novel Approach
Here’s A Sneak Peek At The Coming Week.
m/m romance reviews and more.
Coming This Week on Prism Book Alliance
I am currently reading the anthology, Another Place in Time. It is an amazing collection of stories with a historical setting. All proceeds from the purchase of this anthology will be donated to AllOut.org in celebration of LGBT History Month, October 2014.
Joyfully Jay is having an awesome guest post and giveaway with Joanna Chambers today. Ms Chambers discusses why she loves historical romance. It is a wonder post and the giveaway is fabulous. Click the logo below and check it out!