The end of the week fell apart. Not for anything visible, but for something invisible. I review for Library Journal, and I often get some very interesting books from them. I also occasionally get big books from them. So this week I had a big book. It was awesome, but it won’t be published until May. So while I had to read the book now, it won’t contribute anything to my daily posts until much later, although the review will probably appear in the 2/15/17 issue of LJ. Books happen.
I’ve also got a bunch of serious to semi-serious books lined up for the rest of the month, and I’ll admit to doubts about whether those are all going to happen. Genre sometimes fails me, but litfic fails me a lot more often. C’est la reading vie.
17 for 2017: My Most Anticipated Books of 2017
A Review: Someone to Love by Mary Balogh
B Review: Diffraction by Jess Anastasi + Giveaway
A- Guest Review: Dreadnought by April Daniels
A- Review: The Mistletoe Murder and Other Stories by P.D. James
Stacking the Shelves (217)
Coming Next Week:
The Burning Page by Genevieve Cogman (review)
Blood at the Root by Patrick Phillips (review)
The King’s Revenge by Don Jordan & Michael Walsh (review)
To the Bright Edge of the World by Eowyn Ivey (review)
Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Woodson (review)