Wow! This is a short list. I think it reflects the way that NetGalley and Edelweiss work. And the seasons. There isn’t as much published in the summer, and the eARCs are just dipping into September. There are even a few October books showing up, but not many. So we are mostly seeing June through August at the moment, and there just isn’t as much as there will be later in the year.
It’s funny (funny weird not funny ha-ha) that even though I have enough books in my TBR pile for at least the next ten years, I still feel a twinge when I get so few new ones. It’s not enough to have books, I feel better if I have choices. Which explains why my carry-on bag for trips used to be filled to bursting with books – and I usually needed to stop in a bookstore once or twice on the trip. Have iPad, will travel – and much, much lighter!
The Forgotten (Krewe of Hunters #16) by Heather Graham
Hot Point (Firehawks #4) by M.L. Buchman
The Map of Chaos (Trilogía Victoriana #3) by Felix J. Palma
A Murder of Mages (Maradaine #2) by Marshall Ryan Maresca
A New Hope (Thunder Point #8) by Robyn Carr
Patience and Fortitude: Power, Real Estate and the Fight to Save a Public Library by Scott Sherman
A Wedding on Primrose Street (Life in Icicle Falls #7) by Sheila Roberts