Hello all. It’s that time again. Time for this week’s edition of The Perks of Being a Bookseller.
I’m feeling pretty rushy today… if that’s a real word. So, without any further adieu, this is what I acquired this week from various publishers.
I’m in between a lot of publishers’ seasons. However, I’m still expecting Macmillan, Hachette, and Penguin to deluge me soon. And likely Scholastic as well, though all three of those tend to come in spurts instead of proper drizzles. That copy of The Bone Season is from Macmillan and I started it already. It’s very intriguing, albeit a bit dense in the world building aspect.
Still, most intriguing. I am enjoying it.
I don’t have a lot of time to talk so I’m going to wrap it up quickly this week. I told you I was feeling rushed. But I’m still walking/reading and fighting the good fight. I’ve lost ten pounds so far and read 15 books last month. So it’s working. In spades.
Happy reading all! What are you most looking forward to?
Perks Week 16: April 22 – 29
- Midnight Riot – Ben Aaronovitch. Final mass market paperback.
- The Dead of Winter – Lee Collins. Final mass market paperback.
- Dirty Little Secret – Jennifer Echols. Advanced reader copy.
- The House of the Scorpion – Nancy Farmer. Advanced reader copy.
- Vengeance Born – Kylie Griffin. Final mass market paperback.
- Arclight – Josin L. McQuien. Final hardcover.
- Assassin’s Gambit – Amy Raby. Final mass market paperback.
- The Bone Season – Samantha Shannon. Advanced reader copy.
- How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True – Sarah Strohmeyer. Final quality paperback.