I’ve seen Top Ten Tuesday posts on a few blogs, and thought it looked nifty. So I checked out The Broke and the Bookish, and decided to give it a try.
This week’s post is books on your Spring To-Read list, either older/new releases. These are books I’ll be reading soon, so they’ll be Spring reading.
1. 21st Century Dead; Christopher Golden, et. all. I saw this in a bookstore, narrowly avoided buying it–I chose three bargain books instead–and took note of it instead. I love a good anthology. And Zombies.
2. Eldritch Conspiracy; Cat Adams. Book 5 of a series I’m enjoying, though I saw some less than shining reviews of this one. It’s a fun work of urban fantasy so far as I’ve read, though. Vampires and Sirens, oh my!
3. Etiquette & Espionage; Gail Carriger. I loved Soulless and Alexia, so I have high hopes for this new series. And I’ll try nearly anything Steampunk.
4. True Meaning of Smekday; Adam Rex. This book takes place after the aliens have taken over Earth, now called Smekland. It looks hilarious.
5. Mad Scientists’ Guide to World Domination; John Joseph Adams, ed. Another anthology. How can you pass up a title like that?
6. The Master of Heathcrest Hall; Galen Beckett. The third and final book of a series. I’m not ready for it to be over! The first book had notes of Pride & Prejudice/Jane Eyre with the addition of two different kinds of magic.
7. Paper Valentine; Brenna Yovanoff. Ghosts and secrets… sounds intriguing, right?
8. Pemberley Ranch; Jack Caldwell. Pride & Prejudice in Civil war. Why not?
9. Scarlet; Marissa Meyer. Sequel to Cinder. The first book was amazing, I’m hoping this one will be, too. And I’ve been very patient waiting for it. 🙂
10. Written in Red; Anne Bishop. Saw this one as a ‘you might like’ recommendation, and thought, ‘yes, yes I might.’ Being a blood prophet sounds less than fun, though.