I'm a twisty ball of anxiety.
We signed so many pieces of paper full of legal jargon this week. It's good news in that we'll be moving in October but, I dunno... I just can't shake the feeling that the closer we get to completion that something will go wrong. It's like, we want it so much and have waited so long that it can't possibly happen.
Does that make sense?
I know - logically - that any bumps in the road at this point are likely to be of the minor variety but I just can't handle the waiting and the stress and the feeling of being so close but yet so far.
It's actually driving me nuts.
That's been my week. House buying anxiety and neurosis.
It's gotten in the way of the things I wanted to finish and post and it's gotten in the way of commenting, returning comments and generally doing anything (except binge-watching Riverdale).
I'm hoping that I'm able to calm my shizzle enough this week to get back on track somewhat and maybe even get some posts scheduled to help buffer the up-coming chaos of moving.
Coming Home to Maple Cottage by Holly Martin
This was a nice and autumnal romance. A bit frustrating at times but still very sweet.
Strong by Kylie Scott
Saying I've never been a fan of Martha is a bit of an understatement but I actually quite liked her here. She's still very much Martha but she's a Martha that's grown up a lot and learned from her past mistakes. Her and Sam's novella was a fun, quick, read that provided a lovely catch up with the Stage Dive crew and maybe, just maybe, gives us a hint as to a potential new rockstar to fixate on...
Biting Cold by Chloe Neill
I returned to Chicagoland for book 6 and while still an enjoyable read it was definitely my least favourite of the series, so far. A bridging book, I guess.
I found a paperback boxset for £8 in one of the local bookshops.
This series has been on the wishlist for a while and I know it's crazy to be adding more things to pack and move - especially when I'm downsizing my physical library to move as it is - but I couldn't resist!
America's Sweetheart sounds like such a fun contemporary read... And It's a Wonderful Night's beautiful blurb and cover made requesting it a no-brainer! (My first festive acquisition for the upcoming season!)
Due to the house-buying neurosis mentioned above, I've been offline a lot so haven't been around the blogs and have no idea what's going on.
All the things I wanted to post... Incomplete. Oh well. I'll finish them soon.
This week was therefore pretty minimal.
Cover Reveal: Royally Yours by Emma Chase
Excerpt Reveal: Unleashed by J.L. Drake
Release Blitz for Kylie Scott's Strong on Tuesday as well as my review for the book on Saturday (29th). Outside of that, I've scheduled a post for Waiting on Wednesday but that's it! Hopefully, I'll get one of my other posts up too.