Welcome to my second Year of Good Deeds, a challenge I set myself during April 2013. I decided to do at least one Good Deed a day for a whole year, now I am into my second year.
This week I’ve been doing the following;
November 2nd – Day 2 of Mystery November saw Della Connor’s book Spirit Warriors: The Scarring, second book in her series and definitely getting into the mystery role. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5LW
Poppies are still being sold all over and I donated more money to the appeal this afternoon.
November 3rd – My morning at school helping children learn to read. Day 3 of the mystery Tour, The Singing Bowl by Roy Dimond the epic journey around the world that a monk takes to find a lost book. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5LU
November 4th – Day 4 of the Mystery book tour and it The Ties That Bind by E.L. Lindley. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5QS Sorting out a pile of book reviews for the December issues of the magazines I write for.
November 5th – A Single Step by Georgia Rose is our Day 5 book on the mystery tour. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5UJ Spent all day inside in the warm reading like a demon to get another book read and reviewed.
November 6th – Off shopping, saw our oldest child still at the bus stop, picked her up and made a detour to college, spotted the bus broken down in town, picked up a second child on route. Did the embarrassing parent thing, wound down the window to tell other students that the bus had broken down, was only allowed to do this once! Day 6 on the mystery tour Terry Tyler and Nobody’s Fault. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5ST
November 7th – Mystery Book Tour Day 7 and it’s the turn of Carol Hedges with her book Diamonds & Dust http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5Pt
November 8th – It’s the turn of Geoffrey West today on the Mystery November tour with his book Doppelganger http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5LK
This week my good deeds have all been around the book tour as I’ve been really busy promoting it, but of course I’m always reading books in the back ground for authors.
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Well done for doing the embarrassing parent bit, and letting the other kids know the situation:-) I can picture you in the warm ‘reading like a demon’. A beautiful, bookful week, and a reminder that I still want to check out The Singing Bowl at some point… Hugs, H xxx
Thanks Harula, I do like to be warm, I’m a summer babe, the winter temperatures do nothing for me.
Hi Rosie .. poor kids waiting so patiently – glad some got the embarrassing parent shout out! Yes Poppies and Remembrance … our Service in London is happening now and I’m listening … then the 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour happens on Tuesday … So important to remember – Hilary
Hi Hilary, yes just been reading the Sunday papers and seeing lots more photos of the poppies at The Tower of London.
On the warning kids about the bus, I can hear the “Mum what are you doing?” from here. LOL
Ha ha and the rest… “No! You can’t do this….it’s SO embarrassing!”
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B-r-r-r and the angst of waiting overlong. Doing the embarrassing deed made me laugh. Another busy week I see. ❤ ❤
Thanks Tess, funny it didn’t feel busy.
Maybe it feels busy because I don’t feel I accomplished much last week. 🙂