Saturday, January 23, 2010

I'm having a Review Week next week

This is just a quick post to let you know that I'm going to be breaking some of my rules this week.  I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed with reviews at the moment, so I'm going to make this last week of January a serious REVIEW WEEK.

Planned at the moment are:

Monday: Beehive Reader from All About Spelling
Tuesday: Facts First from Saxon Publishing
Wednesday:  The Young Brahms and Schubert and his Merry Friends from Zeezok Publishing
Thursday: Math Tutor DVD
Friday: there will be a workout review in my Fit Mommy check-in
Saturday: Becoming a Woman of Grace by Cynthia Heald
Sunday: The Hidden Flame by Davis Bunn and Janette Oke

This will mean that I can go back to usually just posting one review each week, usually on Tuesday.  And that makes me feel a lot less stressed.

I don't want this blog to be all reviews all the time... but this week is going to be lots of reviews much of the time...

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Heidi said...

Sounds like a good schedule, Debra. Sometimes I feel like all I ever post are reviews too. I don't like that, but I run out of things to say anyway!
I have The Hidden Flame on my pile of books to read too. I won't get to it this week, I don't think, so I'll be anxious to hear your thoughts on it.

Debra said...

Thanks Heidi! I was thinking about this all day yesterday, and I realized that I have done enough to review these things (well, not the book yet, but I know I'll finish that... this isn't the type of book that lasts more than 3 days in my hands) and I need to just get the reviews written, posted, and out of my mind. You know, so I can actually *implement* them without having to think about how to phrase what I'm thinking...

Tristan said...

I have been doing the same thing this week - lots of review posting. :)

Debra said...

Tristan -- I think it was your post about doing a bunch of reviews this week that got me thinking I needed to do this too. It is nice to have a couple things crossed off. So thanks for the idea!