Lucky for me that I didn't have many plans for this week-end, because LOL, didn't do anything ^_^; Well I did watch curling and there was a real exciting game. My sister and I were rooting for Norway! But they lost, sigh :( Ah well, more curling today... although I don't know, the outcome seems a bit predictable. Also, I've been on a Big Bang Theory marathon. For those who do not watch this show, seriously, you're missing something good! Oh, and I did find a TVB series to watch which is good since I don't know what I'm going to do after curling is done :(
I did add a bunch of older books I've read into Goodreads. So the week-end was somewhat productive-ish LOL. As for reading-wise, well I've been in a mood of re-reading, so still haven't picked up The Gathering yet, but there is time still :)
Book-buying-wise, I was also a pretty good girl. Only went to the bookstore once - actually, twice, but only bought one book. Of course, it doesn't mean anything since now, you can buy books from home LOL. Here is what I got:
Deadly Lies by Cynthia Eden - I wasn't too sure about this book. I read the first book, Deadly Fears, of the trilogy and liked it enough... However, the heroine of Deadly Lies has suffered a big trauma in Deadly Fears and I was afraid I wouldn't like her ^_^; However, Tabitha's review convinced me to give the book a try :)
The Last Goodbye by Sarah Mayberry - Another book I've been hesitating about, just because I don't seem to hit it with Ms Mayberry as everyone does. However, since I've decided to buy Harlequin category romances as e-books, it's much easier to cave LOL. This time, it's Hils who convinced me... I'm so easy LOL.
The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong - LOL, no explanations really needed, right? I really enjoy Ms Armstrong's writing and this is the start of her new YA trilogy. I just wished she could release more than one in the year.
Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning - This was a free download over at Kobo's. Favorable reviews for Ms Cunning's second book, Rock Hard, have been floating around blogland, so getting Backstage Pass for free was really a no-brainer :P
There you go, my new books? What about you? What's new on your selves? And anything that I should be rushing to the bookstore to get? :P