Saturday, October 10, 2009

Noooooo! I'm not ready!

Snow!!!

Well, it's actually kind of pretty isn't it?. And hello fireplace season!

Luckily, I have some fabulous books going to keep me warm. And look how lovely the covers are.














I am dying at how good Bound by Your Touch is! Every page is so rich. Will post on it soon.








Just digging into the first pages. Already, the characters are awesome!















Next on deck. Can't wait to read this one!!

19 comments:

Patti said...

Those books look good - I'm still trying to get all the Meljean Brook books in order before I start reading them.

Snow - already? I keep saying I'm going to take the kids up North one Christmas so they can see real snow.

Penelope said...

Carolyn, where the hecka do you live? northern Canada? snow already????

Katiebabs a.k.a KB said...

The Mark Henry book was an interesting read for me to say the least! Wasn't a fan at all.

But nom nom for the Duran and Brook.

Snow??? *BRR*

Carolyn Crane said...

Patti: Oh, that's a good idea.

Penelope: LOL. I live in Minneapolis, which is colder than most large Canadian cities.

KB: Not a fan!

AnimeJune said...

Carolyn Crane --> I'd like to challenge you on that. I live in Edmonton, Alberta. We wear parkas under our Halloween costumes.

Anyhoo - I think I'm going to have to read "Bound By Your Touch" pretty soon - got the book at RWA and it's been burning a hole on my TBR, especially once I met Meredith Duran and discovered she's awesome in person.

Carolyn Crane said...

AJ: Yes, I doubt we beat you on coldness! You and Winnipeg. However, I will stand by my assertion of most large Canadian cities being warmer. Not that it's a contest either of us wants to win!

Kwana said...

I am not ready for snow but yay for sexy books and cozy fires.

Chris said...

Dang. We got more snow than I thought. (I slept in until 11:30.)

Anna said...

Hi Carolyn,

We got snow up north too. But it's melted already.

Carolyn Crane said...

Kwana! hey, you know it!

Chris: Surprise. *g*

Anna: yes, hopefully people are feeling sorry for us!!

Tumperkin said...

Pretty snow. We don't get much at all.

Leslie said...

Snow?! Holy crap! LOL And to think I've been happy that it's been getting down in the 60s at night here. :)

The fireplace and books do sound good with snow outside. Enjoy!

orannia said...

However, I will stand by my assertion of most large Canadian cities being warmer.

Actually, I think you're right. The bigger the city, the more concrete and people and thus, heating. SO the ambient temperature is higher, so it is has to colder to snow there. At least, that was the explanation I was given about why it doesn't snow very often in London.

CJ - are you reading the Durran and Brook books at the same time?

Jill D. said...

I find it really difficult to read two books at once. Usually, I just stick to reading one book at a time, but I have noticed that other people have a couple of books going at once. I guess it's like multi-tasking.

J.T. Oldfield said...

Snow in October is almost as bad as snow in April/May.

Jill Sorenson said...

Oh, I miss the snow! I've seen snow on the ground in the nearby mtns, but no snowflakes since I was a kid.

Blodeuedd said...

Wow snow! Hm, they have had snow/rain on the forecast for a week now but have not seen anything yet. Though it's snowing further up north

Christine said...

Snow!??! Eeep! What a beautiful picture, though.

I love Meredith Duran's writing and can't wait to read Demon Forged!

Tracy said...

I know I'm behind in commenting but...my friend who just moved to Iowa sent me photos of the snowfall there and along with yours it just makes me jealous! lol I want snow! Although it does seem early. Enjoy it!