The title says it all really, the plan for today is to stay in bed and read ('Kings and Assassins' which has proved to be enthralling so far, wish I'd read 'Maledicte' first though...) It's also been a while since I've done a 'link-up' post so I thought that now was as good a time as any to get back in the saddle! ;o)
Here we go...
Following on from Larry's post, Adam takes us through his own list of books he read at certain ages. I'm useless at matching books with the ages I read them (I read 'The Dalek Invasion of Earth' when I was about seven but can't really remember a lot else) so you won't be seeing a list like that from me... :o)
The news about Mark Charan Newton's 'Nights of Villjamur' (and a sequel) being picked up by Del Rey can be found on a number of blogs but I'm linking to Rob's post as I think he got there first. Congratulations Mark!
I came an absolute cropper on the second book of Sean Williams' 'Astropolis Sequence' (couldn't finish the second book) but Liviu (from Fantasy Book Critic) did a lot better than me, making it all the way to the end of the series. Read the review for 'The Grand Conjunction' Here.
Fantasy Cafe reviews John Marco's Starfinder.
On Monday, Tia gave us a look at some April Debut Showcases.
Thea, from the Book Smugglers, gets ready for the new Star Trek movie by taking us through her Favourite Star Trek Moments.
I couldn't help but feel a little sorry for Brandon Sanderson after following this link via Adventures in Reading. I thought I was busy...
Last, but not least, Enter the Octopus points us at a free download of Michael Moorcock's 'The Stealer of Souls' (via Realms of Speculative Fiction) amongst other things...
Right, I'm going back to bed. Have a great weekend and look out for more reviews in the coming week!