Sunday, February 27, 2011
In my mailbox: The eclectic edition
Last week, I went to my local Borders, which sadly is on the list for closure. I'm so used to going there and browsing the shelves. For me, it was a treat to do that. I can get books from Walmart or Target, and there is a smaller Borders nearby, but I'm going to miss the feel of going through a big bookstore. I did find a local indie that I can go to, but I'm on a little book buying ban (I need to save some money).
On to the business at hand...
Delirium (signed) by Lauren Oliver
Veganist by Kathy Freston
Annabel by Kathleen Winter
A blue so dark by Holly Schindler
A drink before war by Dennis Lehane
Where the truth lies by Jessica Warman
For review from Little Bird Publicity:
My One and Only by Kristan Higgans
For review from Planned Television Arts:
The Bonus by Georgia Lowe
For review from Algonquin:
When Tito Loved Clara by Jon Michaud
Something for Nothing by David Anthony
What you see in the Dark by Manuel Munoz
West of Here by Jonathan Evison
Note: I'm looking for takers for next month's edition of What's Up Tweeps?! Here is the question: With so many blogs out there, do you feel pressure to pick a genre/niche? Ever wonder how you can stand out among the masses? E-mail entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries are open until March 18. Happy reading everyone!