Books I completed:
- Spymaster's Lady, by Joanna Bourne. Recommended by a friend.
- Meanwhile: Pick Any Path, by Jason Shiga. Cybils finalist.
- Belly Up, by Stuart Gibbs. Cybils finalist.
- Guardian of the Dead, by Karen Healey. Cybils finalist.
- Buffy the Vampire Omnibus I. Comic anthology.
- Hamster and Cheese: Guinea Pig Pet Private Eye, by Colleen Venerable. Cybils Finalist.
- Raven Hill Mysteries: Ghost of Raven Hill/Sorcerer's Apprentice, by Emily Rodda.
I'll also include the picture books I read for various challenges:
- Interrupting Chicken, David Ezra Stein. Cybils Finalist.
- We Are In a Book, by Mo Willems. Cybils Finalist.
Some reviews of last week's books showed up, and a few of this week's may show up eventually. Maybe. I hope.
Right now I'm reading:
Right now I'm reading:
- The Global Warming Deception, by Grant Jeffrey. An bad book that has really slowed down my reading since I'm stuck with it. I thought it would be a science book, but it's religious.
- Silver Borne, by Patricia Briggs. Reread because the next one will be out soon.
- The Widow and the King, John Dickinson, sequel to a book I read because he's Robin McKinley's stepson. Edging along, although eventually I'll just gulp it down.
- Dark Emperor and Other Poems of the Night, Joyce Sidman. Cybils poetry finalist; P and I read one poem a night. He has a low tolerance for poems, but the pictures are good enough that he puts up with it.
- Territory, Emma Bull (vacation book)
- Hammered, Elizabeth Bear (vacation book)
- Bad Prince Charlie, John Moore (vacation book)
- Interior Life, Katherine Blake (vacation book)
- Glass Harmonica, Louise Marley (vacation book)
- The Rogue's Return, Jo Beverly (vacation book)
- The Hob's Bargain, Patricia Briggs (vacation book)
- Flying Solo Ralph Fletcher (borrowed by a kid, now returned)
- The Privilege of the Sword Ellen Kusher. (I'm scared about what will happen, so I'm reading very slowly)
I actually have bookmarks in a few other books, but I'm not actively reading them. The top three are my main reads. Next up are more books recommended by friends and family (there was a challenge about that). Some library books also get top priority, since so many of them are due, although fewer than last week.