You Can Never Have Too Many Books…

I’m still around three-quarters of the way through Stephenie Meyer’s “Breaking Dawn” (am rather entertained despite the rather jaw-dropping storyline – more on this later), but yesterday was release day for some books I’ve been anticipating…

Elizabeth Peters’ “The Laughter of Dead Kings” (mystery): The long-awaited Vicky Bliss is out!  Definitely the next book I’m reading.

Ann Aguirre’s “Wanderlust” (SF romance): Ms Aguirre is running a contest – go buy her book in the next week or so, and enter to win $200 of free books.

“Enchantment Place” (fantasy):  An anthology edited by Denise Little – the theme being magical malls where you can buy anything.  I’m a sucker for these anthologies, even though I can’t remember the last time I read a short story and thought “must go read that author”.  I don’t think I’m a short story kind of person.  But yeah, couldn’t resist.

Richelle Mead’s “Storm Born” (urban fantasy):  Another release I missed off my August list (I did think it was looking a bit sparse).  I like Ms Mead’s Succubus series and this is the first book in a new series.  Err… no idea what it’s about, but am willing to give it a go!

Jayne Castle’s “Dark Light” (futuristic romance):  The last of the August releases I was planning to get.  I’ve done pretty well this month!

 

ETA: Slightly misleading post, I meant to say the Peters, Aguirre, and Castle books were released this week.  The other two are slightly older releases (still August ones though, I think!) that I bought as well.  And I also forgot to say that I got them at BooksOnBoard using the promo code New_R3lease – this gets you 25% off the purchase price for new releases August 25th to September 30th, and is valid until this Friday!

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4 thoughts on “You Can Never Have Too Many Books…

  1. No – IIRC, the 3rd book in that series is coming out next month or maybe October. I know she has a YA series too, which I keep on meaning to pick up, but haven’t yet.

  2. I have the first book in the YA series, but have yet to read it… I personally think that authors shouldn’t have too many series going on at the same time… sigh.

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