And we’re off! I feel like once January is under my belt, the rest of the year flies by. February is typically a “real life” busy month for me, so we’ll see how much I actually accomplish on the blog…but as usual I have big plans and lots of review books to read. Let’s dive in, shall we?
Books for review:
Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel. I’m ready to dive into this “Frankenstein meets Jane Austen” Gothic thriller!
Fire and Bone by Rachel A. Marks. Rachel sent me a copy of her book several months ago, and I’m excited that it’s finally release month!
Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman. I have not yet read Hartman’s Seraphina series, so I’m hoping I can jump into her new series without being too confused.
Corpse Cold: New American Folklore edited by John Brhel and Joseph Sullivan. It’s been quite a while since I agreed to review this small press publication, and I’m glad I can finally squeeze it in.
Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce. I received an unsolicited copy of this book, and this is one case where I’m beyond excited to read and review something I didn’t request!
Semiosis by Sue Burke. Oh Semiosis, you ruined my blue cover color scheme! LOL. Anyway, I’m excited to get to this, and I may be reading it when this post goes up.
The Gone World by Tom Sweterlitsch. I’ve had a review copy on my Kindle for MONTHS, so I’m glad it’s finally time to schedule this in.
Child of a Mad God by R.A. Salvatore. I received this unsolicited, but again I’m intrigued and since I’ve never read Salvatore, I’m curious to check him out.
Blog Tour/ Catch Up (January) & Get Ahead (March):
I’m joining the By a Charm & a Curse blog tour on February 16th, so look for my review then (although now that I think of it, I have not received a confirmation email regarding this tour, so we’ll see what happens.) I poked my head in and read the first few pages and I love the dark circus atmosphere!
I really wanted to get to The Immortalists last month but just couldn’t. I will read this at some point, we’ll see if I can squeeze it in for February.
And one of my most anticipated books of March—or I should say, of 2018!—is The Hunger by Alma Katsu. Alma is such a wonderful creature, and I’ve been following her writing journey since I read her debut in 2011, The Taker. Her latest releases on March 8th, and I’d love to get an early review up if I can.
And just in case you missed my January reviews, you can catch them here:
The Sky is Yours by Chandler Klang Smith
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
Winterglass by Benjanun Sriduangkaew
Cry Your Way Home by Damien Angelica Walters
Black Star Renegades by Michael Moreci
An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson
Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire
Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories by Deborah Sheldon
And that’s my month! Let me know if you plan on reading any of these books:-D