This year, I’ll be participating in Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by thatartsyreadergirl.
This week’s theme is (some of) the most recent additions to my book collection. Thankfully, I made it to my city’s major secondhand book charity sale just before Christmas, so there is no shortage of books for me to share for this post. That’s in addition to my regular Amazon-one-click and ARC collecting habits, of course…
- The Maleficent Seven by Cameron Johnston
This was randomly cheap in the Kindle story, and it looks like a great choice for when I’m in the mood for something just plain fun.
- The Ex-Hex by Erin Sterling
Another sale that looks perfect for when I just want some fun, lighthearted romance.
- The Nature of Witches by Rachel Griffin
This one has had some rave reviews from friends, so I couldn’t resist – I’m very excited to see what all the hype is about.
- Embassytown by China Melville
The first of my book fair hauls (I won’t get to all of them in this post). I’ve been curious about this book for a while, so I had to pick it up.
- The Hallowed Hunt by Lois McMaster Bujold
Paladin of Souls was one of my favourites of 2021, and now I have no excuse not to prioritise the next in the series… and then move on to the Penric novels my friends keep encouraging me to read.
- Vigil by Angela Slatter
I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read from Slatter, and I used to live in Brisbane – where this book is set – so I’m excited to see what she does with the setting.
- Sing the Four Quarters by Tanya Huff
Huff is one of those authors I’ve wanted to pick up forever, so I couldn’t resist getting this cheap at the book fair. Though I’m not sold on the very 90s cover…
- Gilded by Marissa Meyer
I loved The Lunar Chronicles series, so I am very excited to see what Meyer does with Rumplestiltskin.
- Strange Practice by Vivian Shaw
A cheap bookstore pick up. I’ve been curious about this one for a long time – and I love the macabre cover.
- Flint and Mirror by John Crowley
I nabbed this one as an ARC recently. I love historical fantasy and this seems like a great opportunity to branch out… even if it is only from the UK to Ireland.