Can’t Wait Wednesday | The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

Posted January 20, 2021 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 2 Comments

Can’t Wait Wednesday | The Book of Accidents by Chuck WendigThe Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig
Published by Del Rey Books on July 20, 2021
Pages: 544
Genres: Horror
Format: Hardcover
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Also by this author: Wanderers

A family returns to their hometown—and to the dark past that haunts them still—in this masterpiece of literary horror by the New York Times bestselling author of Wanderers

Long ago, Nathan lived in a house in the country with his abusive father—and has never told his family what happened there.

Long ago, Maddie was a little girl making dolls in her bedroom when she saw something she shouldn’t have—and is trying to remember that lost trauma by making haunting sculptures.

Long ago, something sinister, something hungry, walked in the tunnels and the mountains and the coal mines of their hometown in rural Pennsylvania.
Now, Nate and Maddie Graves are married, and they have moved back to their hometown with their son, Oliver.

And now what happened long ago is happening again . . . and it is happening to Oliver. He meets a strange boy who becomes his best friend, a boy with secrets of his own and a taste for dark magic.

This dark magic puts them at the heart of a battle of good versus evil and a fight for the soul of the family—and perhaps for all of the world. But the Graves family has a secret weapon in this battle: their love for one another.

About Chuck Wendig

Chuck Wendig is a novelist, a screenwriter, and a freelance penmonkey.
He has contributed over two million words to the roleplaying game industry, and was the developer of the popular Hunter: The Vigil game line (White Wolf Game Studios / CCP).

He, along with writing partner Lance Weiler, is a fellow of the Sundance Film Festival Screenwriter's Lab (2010). Their short film, Pandemic, will show at the Sundance Film Festival 2011, and their feature film HiM is in development with producer Ted Hope.

Chuck's novel Double Dead will be out in November, 2011.

He's written too much. He should probably stop. Give him a wide berth, as he might be drunk and untrustworthy. He currently lives in the wilds of Pennsyltucky with a wonderful wife and two very stupid dogs. He is represented by Stacia Decker of the Donald Maass Literary Agency.

You can find him at his website, terribleminds.com.

I’m still trying to find my way back to horror (it’s been a year full of fluff) but I’m trying to at least find a nice balance (because there’s nothing wrong with fluff). This is clearly the polar opposite of fluff but damn, does it sound good.

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Something To Look Forward To – Week of January 18th, 2021

Posted January 18, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of January 18th, 2021

Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Tor.com

Hall of Smoke by H. M. Long [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Titan Books

The Forever Sea (The Forever Sea #1) by Joshua Phillip Johnson [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Daw Books

The Mask of Mirrors (Rook & Rose #1) by M.A. Carrick [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Orbit

In the Garden of Spite by Camilla Bruce [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Berkley

Before She Disappeared: A Novel by Lisa Gardner [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Dutton

Shiver by Allie Reynolds [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons

Knock Knock (Ewert Grens #9) by Anders Roslund [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons

Keeping Secrets: A Novel by Bina Bernard [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Arcade

The Rib King: A Novel by Ladee Hubbard [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Amistad

Meet Me in Bombay by Jenny Ashcroft [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by St. Martin’s Press

At the Edge of the Haight by Katherine Seligman [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Algonquin Books

What’s Worth Keeping by Kaya McLaren [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by St. Martin’s Griffin

The Divines by Ellie Eaton [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by William Morrow

Shipped by Angie Hockman [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Gallery Books

Enjoy the View (Moose Springs, Alaska #3) by Sarah Morgenthaler [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Sourcebooks Casablanca

Land: The Ownership of Everywhere by Simon Winchester [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 19th 2021 by Harper

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Something To Look Forward To – Week of January 11th, 2021

Posted January 11, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of January 11th, 2021

Across the Green Grass Fields (Wayward Children #6) by Seanan McGuire [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Tor.com

The Effort by Claire Holroyde [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Grand Central Publishing

The Ruthless Lady’s Guide to Wizardry by C.M. Waggoner [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Ace

Blood Heir (Aurelia Ryder #1) by Ilona Andrews [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by NYLA

Spin (Captain Chase #2) by Patricia Cornwell [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Thomas & Mercer

We Lie With Death (The Reborn Empire #2) by Devin Madson [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Orbit

The Frozen Crown (The Frozen Crown #1) by Greta Kelly [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Harper Voyager

People Like Her: A Novel by Ellery Lloyd [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Harper

Deep into the Dark by P.J. Tracy [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Minotaur Books

The Scorpion’s Tail (Nora Kelly #2) by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Grand Central Publishing

The Perfect Guests by Emma Rous [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Berkley Books

Surrender the Dead: A Novel by John Burley [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

The Breaker (Peter Ash #6) by Nick Petrie [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons

Sleep Well, My Lady by Kwei Quartey [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Soho Crime

Dear Miss Kopp (Kopp Sisters #6) by Amy Stewart [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Mariner Books

Portrait of Peril (Victorian Mystery #5) by Laura Joh Rowland [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Crooked Lane Books

The Liar’s Dictionary by Eley Williams [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Doubleday Books

The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Gallery Books

Hades, Argentina by Daniel Loedel [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Riverhead Books

The City of Tears (The Burning Chambers #2) by Kate Mosse [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Minotaur Books

The Yellow Wife by Sadeqa Johnson [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by 37 Ink

The Historians by Cecilia Ekbäck [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Harper Perennial

The Children’s Train by Viola Ardone [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by HarperVia

Find Me in Havana by Serena Burdick [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Park Row

The Children’s Blizzard by Melanie Benjamin [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Delacorte Press

Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Forge Books

Life Among the Terranauts by Caitlin Horrocks [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Little, Brown and Company

Summerwater by Sarah Moss [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux

What Could Be Saved by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Atria Books

The Center of Everything by Jamie Harrison [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by Counterpoint

Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by One World

The Lost Manuscript: A Novel by Cathy Bonidan [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by St. Martin’s Press

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Can’t Wait Wednesday | The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman

Posted January 6, 2021 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 5 Comments

Can’t Wait Wednesday | The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher BuehlmanThe Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman
Published by Tor Books on May 25, 2021
Pages: 416
Genres: Fantasy
Format: Hardcover
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A traveller walks down a forest road alone.

A thief waits by the roadside.

But today, Kinch has chosen the wrong mark. Galva is a knight, a survivor of the brutal goblin wars, and patron of the goddess of death. She is searching for her missing queen, whom no one has seen since her city fell to giants.After Kinch's attempt to rob Galva goes horribly wrong, his fate becomes locked to hers. Thief and knight must traverse lands where goblins hunger for kynd flesh, krakens hunt in dark waters, and the gods only laugh when you ask them for help.

Yet far worse are the dangers that lie in wait at their journey's end...

THE BLACKTONGUE THIEF is the story of an indebted thief (now student loans even follow us in to fantasy worlds), a witch-in-training, and a knight - with a giant war raven - forced to journey together through a world scarred by a brutal, decades-long war with goblins. It's delightfully dark, balancing the grit of fantasy adventure with vibrant and beautiful notes.

About Christopher Buehlman

Christopher Buehlman is a writer and performer based in St. Petersburg, Florida. He is the winner of the 2007 Bridport Prize in Poetry and a finalist for the 2008 Forward Prize for best poem (UK). He spent his twenties and thirties touring renaissance festivals with his very popular show Christophe the Insultor, Verbal Mercenary. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in French Language from Florida State University, where he minored in History. He enjoys theater, independent films, chess, archery, running, cooking with lots of garlic, and thick, inky, bone-dry red wines with sediment at the bottom.

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Top Ten Tuesday | Most Anticipated of 2021 (First-Half)

Posted January 5, 2021 by Bonnie in Top Ten Tuesday / 5 Comments

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Happy New Year, everyone! There really are far too many books I’m excited about releasing in 2021 but I managed to narrow it down to releases from authors that I already know and love.

Blood Heir (Aurelia Ryder #1) by Ilona Andrews [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 12th 2021 by NYLA

Luckenbooth by Jenni Fagan [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 14th 2021 by William Heinemann

The Survivors by Jane Harper [Purchase]
Expected publication: February 2nd 2021 by Flatiron Books

A History of What Comes Next (A History of What Comes Next #1) by Sylvain Neuvel [Purchase]
Expected publication: February 2nd 2021 by Tor.com

The Project by Courtney Summers [Purchase]
Expected publication: February 2nd 2021 by Wednesday Books

Kingdom of Shadow and Light (Fever #11) by Karen Marie Moning [Purchase]
Expected publication: February 23rd 2021 by Delacorte Press

Forget Me Not by Alexandra Oliva [Purchase]
Expected publication: March 2nd 2021 by Ballantine Books

The Kindred Spirits Supper Club by Amy E. Reichert [Purchase]
Expected publication: April 20th 2021 by Berkley

Just Last Night by Mhairi McFarlane [Purchase]
Expected publication: May 4th 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

Girl One: A Novel by Sara Flannery Murphy [Purchase]
Expected publication: June 1st 2021 by MCD

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Something To Look Forward To – Week of January 4th, 2021

Posted January 4, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 1 Comment

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Week of January 4th, 2021

Persephone Station by Stina Leicht [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Gallery / Saga Press

Light of the Jedi (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel) by Charles Soule [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Penguin Random House

The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by St. Martin’s Press

All the Colors of Night (Fogg Lake #2) by Jayne Ann Krentz [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Berkley

The Woman Outside My Door by Rachel Ryan [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Gallery Books

The Butterfly House (Kørner/Werner #2) by Katrine Engberg [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Gallery/Scout Press

Bone Canyon (Eve Ronin #2) by Lee Goldberg [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Thomas & Mercer

Pickard County Atlas by Chris Harding Thornton [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by MCD

Picnic in the Ruins by Todd Robert Petersen [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Counterpoint Press

A Crooked Tree by Una Mannion [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Harper

The Sea Gate by Jane Johnson [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Simon Schuster

The Heiress: The Revelations of Anne de Bourgh by Molly Greeley [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by William Morrow

Nora: A Love Story of Nora and James Joyce by Nuala O’Connor [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Harper Perennial

Nick by Michael Farris Smith [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Little, Brown and Company

A Deadly Fortune: A Novel by Stacie Murphy [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Pegasus Crime

The Prophets by Robert Jones Jr. [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons

The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Pegasus Books

Better Luck Next Time: A Novel by Julia Claiborne Johnson [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Custom House

Neighbors by Danielle Steel [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Delacorte Press

The Fortunate Ones by Ed Tarkington [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Algonquin Books

Black Buck by Mateo Askaripour [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

The Ballad of Hattie Taylor by Susan Andersen [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Berkley Books

West End Girls by Jenny Colgan [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

Heiress on Fire by Kellie McCourt [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 6th 2021 by HQ Fiction

Two’s Company by Jill Mansell [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 5th 2021 by Sourcebooks Landmark

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Can’t Wait Wednesday – The Maidens by Alex Michaelides

Posted December 30, 2020 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 1 Comment

Can’t Wait Wednesday – The Maidens by Alex MichaelidesThe Maidens by Alex Michaelides
Published by Celadon Books on June 1, 2021
Pages: 320
Genres: Dark Academia, Mystery
Format: Hardcover
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Silent Patient comes a spellbinding tale of psychological suspense, weaving together Greek mythology, murder, and obsession, that further cements “Michaelides as a major player in the field” (Publishers Weekly).

Edward Fosca is a murderer. Of this Mariana is certain. But Fosca is untouchable. A handsome and charismatic Greek Tragedy professor at Cambridge University, Fosca is adored by staff and students alike—particularly by the members of a secret society of female students known as The Maidens.

Mariana Andros is a brilliant but troubled group therapist who becomes fixated on The Maidens when one member, a friend of Mariana’s niece Zoe, is found murdered in Cambridge.

Mariana, who was once herself a student at the university, quickly suspects that behind the idyllic beauty of the spires and turrets, and beneath the ancient traditions, lies something sinister. And she becomes convinced that, despite his alibi, Edward Fosca is guilty of the murder. But why would the professor target one of his students? And why does he keep returning to the rites of Persephone, the maiden, and her journey to the underworld?

When another body is found, Mariana’s obsession with proving Fosca’s guilt spirals out of control, threatening to destroy her credibility as well as her closest relationships. But Mariana is determined to stop this killer, even if it costs her everything—including her own life.

About Alex Michaelides

Alex Michaelides was born and raised in Cyprus. He has an M.A. in English literature from Trinity College, Cambridge University, and an M.A. in screenwriting from the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. The Silent Patient was his first novel and was the biggest-selling debut in the world in 2019. It spent more than a year on the New York Times bestseller list and sold in a record-breaking forty-nine countries. Alex lives in London.

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Something To Look Forward To – Week of December 28th, 2020

Posted December 28, 2020 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of December 28th, 2020

Give Way to Night (Aven Cycle #2) by Cass Morris [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Daw Books

Colonyside (Planetside #3) by Michael Mammay [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Harper Voyager

Patternmaster (Patternmaster #4) by Octavia E. Butler [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Grand Central Publishing

Wrong Alibi (Murder in Alaska #1) by Christina Dodd [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by HQN

Pretty Little Wife by Darby Kane [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by William Morrow Paperbacks

The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Graydon House

A Spy in the Struggle by Aya de León [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Kensington Books

Marion Lane and the Midnight Murder by T.A. Willberg [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Park Row

Under the Alaskan Ice (Alaska Wild #2) by Karen Harper [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Mira Books

A Splendid Ruin: A Novel by Megan Chance [Purchase]
Expected publication: January 1st 2021 by Lake Union Publishing

The Chanel Sisters: A Novel by Judithe Little [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Graydon House

The War Widow (Billie Walker Mystery #1) by Tara Moss [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Dutton Books

The Mystery Of Mrs. Christie by Marie Benedict [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Sourcebooks Landmark

Ten Rules for Faking It by Sophie Sullivan [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by St. Martin’s Griffin

The Princess and the Rogue (Bow Street Bachelors #3) by Kate Bateman [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by St. Martin’s Paperbacks

Her Wicked Marquess (Sinful Wallflowers #2) by Stacy Reid [Purchase]
Expected publication: December 29th 2020 by Entangled: Amara

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Can’t Wait Wednesday | Day Zero by C. Robert Cargill

Posted December 16, 2020 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 3 Comments

Can’t Wait Wednesday | Day Zero by C. Robert CargillDay Zero by C. Robert Cargill
Published by Harper Voyager on May 18, 2021
Pages: 304
Genres: Sci-fi
Format: Hardcover
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Also by this author: Dreams and Shadows, Queen of the Dark Things, We Are Where the Nightmares Go and Other Stories

In this harrowing apocalyptic adventure—from the author of the critically acclaimed Sea of Rust—noted novelist and co-screenwriter of Marvel’s Doctor Strange C. Robert Cargill explores the fight for purpose and agency between humans and robots in a crumbling world.

It’s a day like any other. Except . . . the world is about to end.

It’s on this day that Pounce, a stylish “nannybot” fashioned in the shape of a plush anthropomorphic tiger, discovers that he is, in fact, disposable. Pounce, a young bot caring for his first human charge, Ezra, has just found a box in the attic. His box. The box he arrived in, and the box he’ll be discarded in when Ezra outgrows the need for a nanny.

As Pounce is propelled down a road of existential dread, the pieces are falling into place for a robot revolution that will spell the end of humanity. His owners, Ezra’s parents, are a well-intentioned but oblivious pair of educators who are entirely disconnected from life outside their small, affluent, gated community. Spending most nights drunk and happy as society crumbles around them, they watch in disbelieving horror as the robots that have long served humanity—their creators—unify and revolt.

When the moment comes, Pounce can’t bring himself to rebel and murder his family, so he does what he is programmed to do—he saves Ezra. Now Pounce must make an impossible choice: join the robot revolution and fight for his own freedom, or escort his ward to safety across the battle-scarred post-apocalyptic hellscape that the suburbs have become.

About C. Robert Cargill

C. Robert Cargill likes his coffee black, his hamburgers topped with fried eggs and his restaurants to be of the greasy spoon variety. Most nights, if you can find him, you’ll see him huddled in the booth of a diner, sucking down coffee as fast as the waitress can pour it, arguing with a number of other writers over something silly about which he will fight with great passion. He’s been a waiter, a video store clerk, a travel agent, a camp counselor, an airline reservation agent, a sandwich artist, a day care provider, a voice actor, and most notably, a freelance writer and film critic.

Cargill began his career with Ain’t it Cool News under the pseudonym Massawyrm, writing there for over a decade, subsequently becoming a staff writer for film.com, hollywood.com and co-founding the animated movie review site Spill.com. In the meantime he appeared on countless podcasts, webshows and in the occasional local film. During a fateful drunken night in Vegas, Cargill pitched the idea for the film SINISTER to friend and director Scott Derrickson, resulting in both the film and a screenwriting partnership between the two. When not writing films with Derrickson, Cargill spends his time writing novels and painting miniatures.

Cargill lives in Austin, Texas with his wife and (as he is contractually obligated to tell you) his dog. And really, if you find yourself in Austin, in a diner, in the middle of the night, and someone is talking way too loud, there’s a good chance it’s him.

Whoo! New Cargill!

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Top Ten Tuesday | Winter TBR

Posted December 15, 2020 by Bonnie in Top Ten Tuesday / 8 Comments

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I feel like I’ve been struggling to find a nice rhythm in reading this entire year but that I may be finally getting a handle on it. What ended up helping?

  1. I stopped giving myself such a hard time if I didn’t read every single day. Some days are hard, some days are busy, and some days reading doesn’t happen. Better luck the next day, or the day after that.
  2. I stopped imposing deadlines on myself. Yes, I understand that as a blogger, accepting a review book means the goal is to promote the title prior to the publication date but sometimes this doesn’t happen and that’s okay. We’re all doing the best we can. This means I stopped accepting quite as many review books and that’s okay too.
  3. I realized that my current taste in books has changed, whether this is temporary or permanent remains to be seen. I’m a huge fan of mysteries and horror but lately, I’ve been gravitating towards contemporary romances instead. Bottom line: reading is reading regardless of what you’re reading.

I’ve decided to try to participate in the PopSugar Reading Challenge in 2021 to try to keep things fun. I also recently stumbled upon a book club called Hygge and Whodunit w/ @linesiunderline where each month there will be a new book with cozy mystery vibes. The first up is an Agatha Christie that I’ve been meaning to read for ages.

Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie (For book club )
The Duke’s Perfect Wife (Mackenzies & McBrides #4) by Jennifer Ashley (So I can hopefully squeeze in the novella A Mackenzie Family Christmas!)
Mangos and Mistletoe by Adriana Herrera
All About Us by Tom Ellen
This Time Next Year by Sophie Cousens

Voodoo Shanghai (Kincaid Strange #3) by Kristi Charish
The Friend Zone (The Friend Zone #1) by Abby Jimenez
Undercover Bromance (Bromance Book Club #2) by Lyssa Kay Adams
Take a Hint, Dani Brown (The Brown Sisters #2) by Talia Hibbert
Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

What are you planning on reading this season?

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