Yet another book roundup post!

Yes, folks, it’s time for another book roundup! Titles recently purchased by me include:

Print books: Lilith’s Brood, by Octavia Butler. SF. Because I had me a 20 percent off coupon from B&N, and I have a sad relative lack of Butler in my library, and this is a nice big volume of three of her novels.

E-books (a whole mess of ’em, a good number of which were because Fictionwise did an indie publisher sale and I wanted a bunch of Juno’s harder to find books):

  • Written on Your Skin, by Meredith Duran. Romance. Because of a post by userinfosarahtales over here that referenced this book, and which made me LOL.
  • Black Hills, by Nora Roberts. Romance. Because apparently I just don’t own enough of this woman’s books yet.
  • Soulless, by Gail Carriger. Fantasy. Because I’ve heard all sorts of good things about this one.
  • Nights of Sin and Blood Magic by Matthew Cook. Fantasy.
  • A Mortal Glamour, by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Fantasy/Horror.
  • Beyond the Hedge, by Roby James. Fantasy.
  • Wind Follower, by Carole McDonnell. Fantasy.
  • Riversend, by Sylvia Kelso. Fantasy.
  • Jade Tiger, by Jenn Reese. Fantasy. (This one’s actually a re-buy of a print book copy I sold to Third Place. Liked it well enough that I wanted to keep an e-copy around.)
  • New Tricks, by John Levitt. Urban fantasy. (Another re-buy of a print book in e-form.)
  • Gordath Wood, by Patrice Sarath. Fantasy. (Another re-buy in e-form.)
  • The Drowning City, by Amanda Downum. Fantasy. Because I’ve heard good things about this one too.
  • Apricot Brandy, by Lynn Cesar. Fantasy.
  • House of Whispers, by Margaret Lucke. Fantasy.
  • Wraith, by Phaedra Weldon. Urban fantasy. Re-buy in e-form.
  • Spectre, by Phaedra Weldon. Urban fantasy. Re-buy, not read yet, trading off for e-copy.
  • Once a Wolf, by Susan Krinard. Romance, but a historical paranormal involving werewolves. Saw it linked in off the Fictionwise homepage and thought it sounded fun. ;)
  • Shadow’s End and Grass by Sheri S. Tepper. SF. Mostly because I wanted to check her out, and Grass got recommended to me ages ago.

This brings me up to a grand total of 159 books purchased this year. I hope I just paid a few more publishing industry employees’ salaries!

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Angela Korra'ti

As Angela Highland, Angela is the writer of the Rebels of Adalonia epic fantasy series with Carina Press. As Angela Korra'ti, she writes the Free Court of Seattle urban fantasy series. She's also an amateur musician and devoted fan of Newfoundland and Quebecois traditional music.