Threads - Almost finished with this lovely, fun, light read from Erin Latimer. Expect a review soon.
The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Actually, I just finished this one last night. I'll be writing a review for this book as well.
Shift - In the middle of the self-published Hugh Howey book. It's very compelling, although not quite as neatly done as Wool.
The Hope Store - I'm beta reading for the fabulous Dwight Okita, pictured above. Is that a face???!!! I just turn into my Great-Aunt Ada when I see him and want to pinch his cheeks!
|Well, the cover's beautiful.|
The Brothers Karamazov - I really need to read this. I never have, and it's time.
Poetry - I must feed my new poetry addiction. Not quite certain what I'm going to read yet; used to have a big collection inherited from my mom's English professor days. Would like something like that.
The Fault in Our Stars - I read the sample on Amazon, and it looks fantastic.
Black Numbers - I'm rereading this one. When it's done, I can then read Blood Numbers, the second Aleph Null book. Be warned - these are NOT for the faint of heart or readers under 21! However, the concepts, world-building, and the author's depth of feeling for his characters make these books wonderful.
...and just maybe all three Fringe books too. I can't get enough of Walter Bishop.