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Showing posts from June, 2011

WOW (3)--Texas Gothic

My poor neglected blog. First, school is out for the summer but then summer reading hit at the library and well, we know what that is like. I am, however, on va-cay, so I am reading like a fool. Expect loads of reviews. Bad news, internet is spotty here so I am uploading them to the best of my ability.
So. WOW. Check out this cover! And a ghost story, I am SO in the mood for a ghost story right now. I have had this one in my Goodreads TBR list for awhile, and I just read a great interview with Clement-Moore in Bookpage that made me wish it was in my hands right now. The good news is that it comes out July 12th, so not that long of a wait! Bad news, library did not order it (yet). Sigh.

WOW- Waiting On Wednesday (2)

I have missed Lia Habel TWICE! First, she was at the Steampunk World's Fair on Sunday (after I left) and she was at BEA on a day I could not attend. Alas, I wait patiently for this title which marries steampunk, zombies, and awesomeness. I think I have had this one on the TBR list since Badass Bookie interviewed her (when was that, January?) Picture snagged from "That's Swell" Blog, where it was also featured as a WOW. What a pretty blog! Check it out! Warning, it takes forever to load-at least, it did for me today.

My New Obsession-MNO!

I have decided to feature a new meme: My New Obsession (MNO). The idea is that we can share what we are into right NOW. This changes all of the time with me, and I suspect you too, so let's let our freak flags fly and show me what you are all excited about!
Music: I can't get enough of "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People. The library has not bought the cd, so I am pondering the expense of ordering the MP3 download from Amazon. Every time I do this, the library buys the cd a week later. Perhaps they are spying on my account....
Books: Release Your Inner Geek I have read and loved two books this year so far that are just love songs to the inner geek. Among Others by Jo Walton is about a young girl whose reality is just terrible, and she gets through it by reading science fiction novels and by practicing magic. This is one of the most original books I have read in years. My review is here.
My other (new) fave is Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I saw it at BEA, and grab…

WOW- Waiting On Wednesday

This is my first ever WOW post, I am not sure why I have waited so long....

La! Let me present, EVE the book I third most wanted from BEA but could not get because they released it on Thursday. Sigh.
Here's a bit of the premise from Goodreads: The year is 2032, sixteen years after a deadly virus—and the vaccine intended to protect against it—wiped out most of the earth’s population. Wildlife has grown over once recognizable landmarks, and the New America is ruled by a controlling King who will stop at nothing to rebuild the nation—including enslaving its boys and turning its girls into broodmares. LINK
WOW is hosted by Breaking the Spine, you can link up here.