Happy April Fools’ Day! Here’s wishing you a day of jokes that are actually funny, and pranks that sit on the right side of the balance between embarrassment and laughter.
There’s no fooling around about the books on this list. There are LOTS of pretty covers to drool over, along with a few titles that I’m personally salivating over whether their covers are pretty or not. Of course, Gryphon in Light is both, pretty and much anticipated, at least by this reader. Under the Smokestrewn Sky is another in that category, with the added fillip that it’s the final book in the McGuire writing as Baker series, The Up-and-Under.
Which covers look pretty and/or interesting to you?
The Bell in the Fog (Andy Mills #2) by Lev AC Rosen
Brave the Wild River by Melissa L. Sevigny
Dioramas by Blair Austin
Gods of the Wyrdwood (Forsaken Trilogy #1) by RJ Barker
Gryphon in Light (Kelvren’s Saga #1, Valdemar (Publication order #56)) by Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon
He Who Drowned the World (Radiant Emperor Duology #2) by Shelley Parker-Chan
Labyrinth’s Heart (Rook & Rose #3) by M.A. Carrick
The Midnight Kingdom (Dark Gods #2) by Tara Sim
Open Throat by Henry Hoke
Our Migrant Souls by Héctor Tobar
A Season of Monstrous Conceptions by Lina Rather
This is Not Miami by Fernanda Melchor
Tomb Sweeping by Alexandra Chang
Under the Smokestrewn Sky (Up-and-Under #4) by Seanan McGuire writing as A. Deborah Baker
Why Beethoven by Norman Lebrecht
Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
The Keeper of Happy Endings by Barbara Davis
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