Sunday, October 7, 2012

Sunday Sendup 37

So here's my week...


Started Reading:

The Girl Who Would Be King by Kelly Thompson - guys BUY THIS.

Judging a Book by its Lover by Lauren Leto - interesting and kind of up my alley right now
The Mysterious Madame Morpho by Deliah S. Dawson - novella in the Blud books, insta-want.

Won or Bought: (links lead to goodreads unless otherwise noted)

Bought from Amazon:
The Princess Bride: a celebration - Best movie ever. Of All Time.
Firefly: a celebration - this is the year of celebration books for my loves apparently
Inside Joss' Dollhouse - I love Joss, I enjoy (parts of) Dollhouse, I love essay collections
Joss Whedon: The Genius Behind Buffy - all of the above, just with Buffy
Mythology by Helen Boswell - I found this accidentally and it sounds intriguing
A Tale of Two Princesses by V Ashenden - same thing here, interesting hopefully
At Least Once More by Emma Lai - Cause I love her?

Free from Amazon:

River of Eden by Tara Janzen - Amazon rain forest! better known as THE FOREST THAT COULD KILL LEXIE INSTANTLY
How Huge the Night by Helen Munn - I'm trying to read more historical fiction
Midnight Marriage by Lucinda Brant - historical romance!
Her Sweetest Downfall by Rebecca Hamilton - part of a series I read
Heat of Passion by Elle Kennedy - sounded interesting and smexy
The Charmer by Autumn Dawn - sigh I should have known better but I get suckered every time
The Shadow of Black Wings by James Calbraith - interesting sounding fantasy
The Whitefire Crossing by Courtney Schafer - wishlist book!
Whispers in Autumn by Trisha Leigh - sounded interesting
Wisteria Falls by Chelsea Hoffman - pretty cover?
Fearless by Tawdra Kandle - sounded REALLY interesting
How to Date a Werewolf by Rose Pressey - looks light and entertaining
Exiled by Rashelle Workman - I mistook this for a different series (Incarnate)
Taken by Charlotte Abel - wishlist book!
The Fate of Destiny by Danielle Bourton - accidental find that looks fun!
Thrall by Jennifer Quintenz - another looks fun so why not?
Change by Soraya Lane - and another!
Her Mad Hatter by Marie Hall - this cover is gorgeous, but also FAIRY TALES

Note to the Unwary: Next weekend is New York Comic I'll be a busy bee stalking authors hanging with my girls Sandy and Nicole (plus Danielle).