Happy November, everyone! Hard to believe the end of the year is just around the corner…I hope you all have the chance to celebrate Thanksgiving with your families later in the month, for those of you who celebrate it. Meanwhile, I have a busy blogging month ahead Not only do I have some November releases that I want to read and review, but I’m participating in Sci-Fi Month as well, which means there are even more books I want to read! Here’s what’s on tap for November:
Come back tomorrow, because I’ll have my Sci-Fi Month kick-off post where I’ll tell you what’s in the works. I have plenty of science fiction books that I’m going to try to get to, Sci-Fi top ten lists, giveaways, author interviews and more!
Books for review:
Among the non-SF books I’m going to try to read this month: Congress of Secrets by Stephanie Burgis. Burgis writes historical fantasies, and I really enjoyed her last one, Masks & Shadows.
The Face-Faker’s Game by Chandler J. Birch. I’ve seen some good reviews on this already, so I’m anxious to check it out for myself.
Slipping by Lauren Beukes. This is a collection of short stories, although the titles has the word “essays” in it, so I’m not sure what to expect. In any case, I love Beukes so I’m willing to try it!
The Secret Life of Souls by Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee. I recently received a surprise review copy of this book, and because it’s being compared to The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, I’m very curious to read it.
The Hidden People by Alison Littlewood. This came out in October, but I’m going to try to catch up because it sounds really good.
The Starlit Wood edited by Dominik Parisien and Navah Wolfe. I just didn’t get to this last month, so I’m going to try again.
On the 15th I’ll kick off my monthly Book Review Giveaway, where you can win your choice of one of the books I reviewed in October. And wow, October was an EXCELLENT month for books! I’ll also have a couple of giveaways (although I haven’t worked out the details yet) in connection to Sci-Fi Month, but I’ll talk more about those tomorrow.
Let me know what you’re up to this month! Are you participating in Sci-Fi Month too?