Welcome to Over-Booked, my every-other-week book haul post where I share my latest review books and purchases. I’m linking up with Stacking the Shelves at Tynga’s Reviews and The Sunday Post at the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
Although I’ve mostly slowed down with requesting books, a few have come my way in the last two weeks, and I can’t believe I’m already planning far ahead into 2016, as some of my review books don’t come out until next summer! These past two weeks were also a bonanza in e-galleys, I’m not sure exactly what happened, LOL! HarperCollins dropped a couple of my WoW picks the other day, and of course I had to download them. And Tor.com is always so kind and has some kick-ass titles coming out next year!
A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly and Borderline by Mishell Baker. I think I yelped when this package from Saga Press came in the mail! These two fantasy titles are high on my “must read” list of 2016 releases, and I can’t wait to dig in. Huge thanks to Saga Press!
Paper Tigers by Damien Angelica Walters. I read Walters’ short story collection Sing Me Your Scars earlier this year, and fell in love with her writing. Her stories are sometimes hard to read, but she is one of those authors who writes unflinchingly about loss and really make you think. Big thanks to Dark House Press for sending this review copy!
This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab. I’m a big Schwab fan, and I’m excited to start her new YA series.
Night Speed by Chris Howard. This was another Waiting on Wednesday pick, I get so excited when my WoW picks pop up on Edelweiss:-)
The Dragon Round by Stephen S. Power. This was someone else’s WoW pick recently, in fact I’ve seen this book on a couple of trustworthy bloggers’ sites, so it was inevitable that I add it to my list.
Arena by Holly Jennings. I was just invited to review this title, and I was very happy, since it sounds like fun. There are some mixed reviews on GR, but what the heck, I love competition-type stories:-)
Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire. I’ve been eyeing this book for months, and I’m super happy to have a copy in hand, even though it won’t be released until next April.
I really need to get cracking on my Tor.com novellas, because new ones keep coming out! In the past couple of weeks these amazing-looking books have ended up on my tablet: Forest of Memory by Mary Robinette Kowal, Lustlocked by Matt Wallace, The Absconded Ambassador by Michael R. Underwood, A Song for No Man’s Land by Andy Remic, and The Devil You Know by K.J. Parker.
Huge thanks to Tor.com, Greenwillow Books, Katherine Tegen Books, Simon & Schuster/Simon 451, Ace Books, and Amulet Books for these lovelies!
I’d love to know if you plan to read any of these:-)