Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Books, Books, Everywhere!

Since last month's contest winner was already the proud owner of the books I offered up as prizes, she will soon be the proud owner of the following titles:

NICE GIRLS DON'T HAVE FANGS by Molly Harper
RED HEADED STEP CHILD by Jaye Wells
ANGELS BLOOD by Nalini Singh

Awesome choices!

Yesterday was also a great day for New Releases, and I invaded my local bookstore as soon as I was off from work. One of the books I went for hadn't been shelved yet, but I found others to remove the sting. Among the new, amazing titles weighing down my TBR pile:

BLACK & WHITE, Jackie Kessler and Caitlin Kittredge (I am not allowed to read this until I've finished edits on my own super-hero novel--it's a good incentive, since I've been dying to read this since I first heard about it)

STRANGE ANGELS, Lilli St. Crow

THE REPOSSESSION MAMBO, Eric Garcia (as a huge fan of REPO: THE GENETIC OPERA, I had to try this one)

MAGIC IN THE BLOOD, Devon Monk

STREET MAGIC, Caitlin Kittredge

So much to read, so little time.

What have you guys purchased lately?

5 comments:

Bill Barnett said...

I also picked up a copy of Caitlin's new book this week. I purchased Hamilton's newly released Skin Trade, and I bought a replacement copy of King's Dead Zone.

:)

Jamie D. said...

Too many new books, too little time...

In my "TBR" pile:

The Broken Window by Jeffery Deaver
The Book of Lies by Brad Metzger
The Darkest Evening of the Year by Dean Koontz
Dark Summer by Iris Johansen
4 Harlequin Blaze and 4 Harlequin Silhouette ebooks
4 more ebooks from Ellora's Cave

Obviously, this is a problem, since I really want to pick up "Black & White" as well, and several other recently released novels...

-Kelly Meding said...

Bill - The cover for Skin Trade looks like a Saw movie DVD. It's scary.

Jamie D. - There are worse problems than having a reading problem. ;) I don't think there's enough blog space to list my entire TBR pile.

Every time I get something new and shiny the order shifts. I really should re-order everything by date of publication. That would be fair, right?

Caffey said...

I got my books today and thanks bunches! So true so many great reads! I love series and looks as if I'm starting some new ones! Now deciding which to start with! Thanks again.

-Kelly Meding said...

You're welcome, Caffey! Enjoy!

I'd recommend starting with NICE GIRLS, since the second book comes out (I believe) at the end of the summer. That way you'll be ready for the next one. :)