Saturday, February 6, 2016

Booksie's Shelves, February 6, 2016

Already February!  We've had our annual snow here in North Carolina and we're all done with winter and ready for spring.  My eyes are getting a little better and I've been reading more.  Our daughter is down to the time of choosing a college.  She applied to five colleges and got accepted at all five, now to make the big decision.  Outside of all that, books continue to show up.  Here's what's come through the door lately:

1.  Imagine That, Mark Fins, literary fiction, sent by publisher
2.  The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro, literary fiction, published
3.  Blood Of Innocents, Mitchell Hogan, fantasy, sent by publisher
4.  13 Ways Of Looking At A Fat Girl, Mona Awad, literary fiction, sent by publisher
5.  Why They Run The Way They Do, Susan Perabo, anthology, sent by publisher
6.  Why We Snap, R. Douglas Fields, nonfiction, sent by publisher
7.  The Passentger, Lisa Lutz, mystery, sent by publisher
8.  Welcome Thieves, Sean Beaudoin, anthology, sent by publisher
9.  The Arrangement, Ashley Warlick, literary fiction, sent by publisher
10.  River Road, Carol Goodman, mystery, sent by publisher
11.  The Daylight Marriage, Heidi Pitlor, literary fiction, sent by publisher

Here's what I'm reading:

1.  Blood Moon, Alexandra Sokoloff, paperback
2.  The Path Of The Storm, James Maxwell, Kindle Fire
3.  The Kindness, Polly Sampson, paperback
4.  The Empty Chair, Jeffrey Deaver, Kindle
5.  Shockwave, John Sandford, paperback
6.  Lexicon, Max Barry, hardback
7.  Thorn Jack, Katherine Harbour, audio
8.  The Maid's Version, Daniel Woodrell, Kindle Fire

Happy Reading!

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