Out of Hibernation

Earl Grey Editing, violets, teacup

Now that spring is well and truly underway, the Earl Grey Editing blog is coming out of hibernation. Posts resume as usual this week, with a review of Peter S. Beagle’s Summerlong tomorrow. On Friday I’ll be checking in with my schedule for Conflux… which starts in a week! I’m really looking forward to it.

My spring break was lovely. I got to spend some time with my family, took some photos of the flowers rioting in the area and (of course) managed to read a ton of books. I even ended up pushing back my return for an extra day so I could take a trip to the beach.

It hasn’t been all play, though. I’ve been busy behind the scenes. Earl Grey Editing now has a page for my review policy and one listing reviews by title. A page for reviews by author is still underway.

How about you? What’s your part of the world look like right now? Have you read any good books recently?

4 thoughts on “Out of Hibernation”

  1. My world is looking miserably hot for September and I would like the actual autumn to arrive already, but otherwise very nice. Football has restarted! I missed it so! As for books, I read and really like Jacqueline Woodson’s Another Brooklyn, and I’ve been reading some super fun romance novels lately too — Vanessa North’s book Roller Girl, and Sarah MacLean’s latest, and then Alexis Hall’s gaming romance, Looking for Group.

    1. I’ve heard a lot of good things about Alexis Hall’s work, but haven’t managed to pick up any just yet. Have you read much of their stuff?

      I wish I could send over some of the cool weather we have here. It would be nice if things were just a little warmer. Though having said that, I’m sure I’ll soon be complaining it’s too hot!

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