I love weeks when all the review books are in the “good to great” range, instead of in the “OK to good” range. It makes for an excellent week.
Speaking of good books, it’s that time of year when the “Best of the Year” lists come out. My first one has already been published, well, sort of. Library Journal has published its overall best of the year list online, but the annotated versions of the specific genre lists will be trickled out in November. I’m the author of the “Best E-Original Romance” section of the list. I didn’t make a note of when it was scheduled to appear, but Galen checked on each of my authors on twitter to see what they said as they found out. Too fun! I swear this is my favorite thing to do every Fall.
Speaking of things to do every year, or nearly; we’re moving again. We’re headed back to Atlanta after Thanksgiving (and hopefully before Xmas). It’s hard to believe that we just did this two years ago, and that we’re doing it again. (I never expected my life to be choreographed to Willie Nelson’s On the Road Again, I just don’t like country music that much.) We have to pack the books again OMG.
The winner of the $10 Gift Card in the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop is Amanda K.
The winner of one book in Jeffe Kennedy’s Covenant of Thorns series is Joy F.
A Review: Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality by Jo Becker
B+ Review: Dirty Secret by Rhys Ford
B Review: The Unwitting by Ellen Feldman
A Review: Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews + Giveaway
A- Review: Duck Duck Ghost by Rhys Ford
Stacking the Shelves (110)
Coming Next Week:
Ancillary Sword by Ann Leckie (review)
Core Punch by Pauline Baird Jones (review)
The French Executioner by C.C. Humphreys (blog tour review)
Manipulation by Eden Winters (guest review by Cryselle)
Not Quite Forever by Catherine Bybee (blog tour review)