Picked up in print:
- Harmony, by Project Itoh. SF. Grabbed this in print because it’s up for a Seiun Award in Japan, and so that
solarbirdcould read it too, since it’s not available for the nook.
- Hidden Cities, by Daniel Fox. Fantasy. Grabbed this in print because
desperance, like mizkit, is Awesome. ^_^
- Haunting Jordan and Ghost Ship, by P.J. Alderman. The same books I mentioned as ebook purchases in my last roundup–because I decided I liked these two books enough that I wanted them in my print library too!
Electronically, from B&N:
- God’s War, by Kameron Hurley. SF. Grabbed it since it was available for free this weekend on bn.com!
- Line of Sight, by Rachel Caine. Romantic Suspense. I’d previously bought this Athena Force book from Stanza’s Fictionwise site, but now that that site’s shut down, I wanted this in my nook catalogue.
- Devil’s Bargain, by Rachel Caine. Romantic Suspense. Same as previous.
- Death Echo, by Elizabeth Lowell. Romantic Suspense. Bought because I love me some Elizabeth Lowell, and this is her latest, finally available electronically at mass market price.
- The Sword-Edged Blonde, by Alex Bledsoe. Fantasy. Bought because bn.com had it for cheap at 2.99, and because the melding of detective noir and fantasy sounded like fun.
Up to 71 for the year. I think I need to pause and read for a while! And I need to write some reviews, too. I’ve finally caught up on 2010 reviews, so I can start the 2011 reviews now!
ETA: Whoops, in organizing my ebook library I found another freebie I’d scarfed from B&N and forgotten to add a couple weeks ago: Bone Rattler: A Mystery of Colonial America. Period mystery that sounds like fun. Which puts me at 72.