But it's kind of nice to have it finished, and guess what? I only had one duplicate. I haven't cataloged or kept track of my books for years and I only managed to have one dup. Yes, it is as we've suspected - Wendy is an anal-retentive idiot savant.
I'm thinking my next step will be to keep track of The Incoming. How many books am I adding to the TBR and how much am I spending. I suspect it's not much. Between the Borders gift certificates I earn with my Visa card, my online book trading, what I receive for review, my love of used bookstores, and whatever I check out from work - I really don't think that much money is leaving my wallet. Does anybody out there keep track of this? Beneficial? Depressing? Have a good method? I might have The Boyfriend design a spreadsheet for me with cool charts. He's a Microsoft Excel genius, whereas I land somewhere between idiot and novice.
In other news, I need to get some serious reading done. I hope to finish up Skin by Karin Tabke either today or tomorrow. It's a book with issues, but it's readable in a guilty pleasure sort of way. I don't want to directly compare this book to Shannon McKenna - but that should give you an idea. You know it probably shouldn't be working for you, but it's entertaining and like cotton candy. Not exactly nutritious, but it tastes good and gives you a sugar high. It's going to be hard a review to write though.
After that I have two library books waiting for me - Knock Off by Rhonda Pollero (AKA Kelsey Roberts), a mystery and We'll Never Tell by Kayla Perrin (which I'm really looking forward to!) I also got a copy of Claiming The Courtesan by Anna Campbell, and flipping through it I find my interest has waned a bit. It's a library book, so I think I'll probably check it in, send it on to some other lucky patron, and it's available if I want to check it out again. I just am so not interested in reading an English setting right now.