Monday, May 17
Sorry, but the image containing the Monday's Muse has been removed from this blog so as not to violate any copyright issues. Thanks for your understanding!
Happy Monday! Did that come across as enthusiastic? It's not that I am truly glad that it is Monday, but I'm trying the whole theory of willing yourself into a good mood :) This week's muse certainly helps. I love me some Henry Cavill from the Showtime series The Tudors. Over the weekend I started a book called The Devil's Mistress by Laura Navarre. It's set in Henry VIII's court before he was free to marry Anne Boleyn. A time in history that was full of intrigue, passion, and danger and I think Laura's book captures that perfectly. Everytime I picture the hero of this story, Joscelin Boleyn, I think of Henry Cavill from the television series. I think he's dream worthy :)
In other news, I updated the Tempting Trailer in the sidebar yesterday. This week I'm featuring Sherry Thomas's His At Night. It's another great book video that I think you will enjoy. If you liked Tessa Dare's video that was posted a few weeks ago, I think you will like this one. Also this week Monica Burns will be my guest to celebrate the release of her new series that begins with Assassin's Honor. I received my copy just last week, but I've read the first three chapters that Monica has posted on her website, and can't wait to finish it. The rest of the week most likely will be spent posting reviews, and hopefully trying to update portions of the blog that are still under construction.
Here's wishing you a wonderful Monday!
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