Does anyone else go to write 2021 and still write 2020 first? Or have you adapted yet? Cause I’m still doing it. It’s annoying and I would like it to stop now.
And I know I said I wasn’t going to buy anymore books. But hear me out. My logic is sound.
I still had room on my TBR cart.
And Book Outlet was having a sale.
I know, I know. You don’t have to tell me. I’m weak.
The Angel of Crows by Katherine Addison
A story set in 1880’s London about angels, vampires, and werewolves. Plus Jack the ripper? Yes please. I’ll happily read this one.
A Blade so Black by L.L. McKinney
Urban fantasy meets Alice in Wonderland. Consider me sold!
Crown of Feathers by Nicki Pau Preto
A girl disguising herself as a boy to ride a phoenix, which happens to be my favorite mythical creature. Like I’m gonna say no to that.
The Hike by Drew Magary
A simple hike takes a turn for the fantastical in this book by Drew Magary. I’m not gonna lie, I bought this one cause I enjoyed his book The Postmortal so much.
The Nightjar by Deborah Hewitt
A woman dreams of birds her whole life. Turns out those birds guard human souls, go figure. I needed this book!
Perelandra by C.S.Lewis
This is the second book in the indomitable C.S. Lewis’ The Space Trilogy. I didn’t look at the description before I bought it because I haven’t read the first book yet. What? It’s on my TBR cart.
These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch
Soldiers, pirates, heretics, missing countrymen! This book claims to have everything. I have to see for myself.
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
A Man does a good deed and plunges headfirst into a world he never dreamed existed. I’m pretty sure, based on the votes, that this is going to be one of my book clubs picks for February. So I was really stoked to see the Kindle version on sale for $2. That’s right, $2! Of course I picked it up.
Year One by Nora Roberts
A plague sweeps the land, and the world as we have come to know it crumbles. Umm…anyways. This was picked by one of my books clubs as the book for January. Didn’t hurt that it had been sitting in my Shopping Cart for the better part of 4 months.
Outlawed by Anna North
A barren woman risks being labeled a witch and hung, so she runs for her life to a group of outlaws. This was my Book of the Month pick.
The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson
She has the unique ability to travel through universes, but someone is killing all her doppelgangers. Sounds like a Sci-Fi epic I needed to own! So I bought it!
And hey, would you look at that! I only bought 11 books this month! That’s actually worse than I thought. Next month I vow to only buy three.