Last weekend I was totally on a roll when it came to reading. This week, not so much. I am hoping that today and tomorrow I will make up for my lack of reading — I ended up watching a full disc of the first season of FRIENDS last night instead of reading my books because of some other life stuff. I am almost done reading The Fourth Wish by Lindsay Ribar and am liking it so far. I don’t love it quite as much as my friends, but it is a really enjoyable read. I am also part of the way through the audiobook of The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater. What are you reading?
Egg & Spoon by Gregory Maguire (Unsolicited Signed Hardcover) – This was such a pleasant surprise. This book is about Baba Yaga and so I cannot wait to read it because Russian folklore is so interesting. I am so excited.
The Time Fetch by Amy Herrick (Unsolicited Review Copy) – This is a middle grade time travel type book from Algonquin Young Readers. I am not entirely too sure what it is about, but I have had really good luck with Algonquin Young Readers books so far.
On The Edge by Allison Van Diepen (Unsolicited Review Copy) – So, this looks a lot like Perfect Chemistry. I am thinking it’s going to be a guilty pleasure type of read and I cannot wait!
Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless by Liz Czukas (Unsolicited Review Copy) – I am so excited to read this — I think that I am going to read it when I am feeling overbooked and exhausted.
Love & Other Theories by Alexis Bass (Unsolicited Review Copy) – Okay, this book is another contemporary and it looks so good. Also? That cover with all the safety pins in the heart is awesome.
No Place To Fall by Jaye Robin Brown (Unsolicited Review Copy) – The back blurb says this book is a combination of The Sky Is Everywhere and This Lullaby which basically means I am so stinking excited.
Transcendent by Lesley Livingston (Unsolicited Review Copy) – This is the last of the Starling trilogy and I have read nothing in the trilogy so I will have to marathon the books or something at some point.
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