Picked up in print:
- Spirit Dances, by
mizkitwho is Awesome. Urban fantasy, Book 6 of the Walker Papers, which I am greatly looking forward to reading on general grounds of mmmmmmmmMorrison.
And, electronically from B&N:
- Spirit Dances, again! Since Kit comes with so much Awesome, it cannot be contained in one format! Pre-ordered since it’s not actually out electronically till Friday.
- Huntress, by Malinda Lo. YA/Fantasy. This is her followup to last year’s delightful Ash, and is set in the same universe. Another pre-order; it’s out for real next week.
- Haunting Jordan and Ghost Ship, Books 1 and 2 of P.J. Alderman’s Port Chatham series of cozy mysteries. Which, I might add, I have already now read! They were an impulse buy when I was in the downtown B&N the other night, and I was all “oh hey cozy mystery with ghosts set in a Pacific Northwest town, this sounds like fun!” Turned out to be enough fun that I burned through both books very quickly.
- Village Affairs, by Cassandra Chan. Mystery, Book 2 of her Gibbons-Bethancourt series. Which I have also already read; bought electronically now because it was finally available and I wanted it in my library.
- The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf, by Molly Harper. Paranormal romance. This is the second book in the series started by How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf, which I liked well enough that I have yea and verily pounced on Book 2.
- Touch, by Gayleen Froese. Suspense. Bought on the grounds that this is a friend of my fellow Drollerie author
thunderpigeon, and the writing came highly recommended, and because YAY it finally is available electronically.
- Girl from Mars, by Julie Cohen. Fiction/probably chick lit? Bought on the grounds that it was favorably reviewed by the Smart Bitches and I’ve been wanting to check it out. Again, YAY, finally available electronically!
And lastly, from Smashwords:
- Shadow Man, by Melissa Scott. SF. Bought because I heard about this on the Outer Alliance list, a novel in a future society where there are five, count ’em, five genders–but on one world, one must choose to be a man or a woman, and the protagonist is neither. Am interested in this to see what it does with gender and sexual identity.
Yes folks, this is why I shop from a variety of places for my ebooks! And that brings me up to 62 for the year. Yes, I’m counting Kit twice. Because I’m buying her twice!