Wednesday, August 7, 2013

This Post Is Called (wait for it...) Recommendations List #6 (do you feel let down?)

Although I lost a day to last week's post (I'm 2 days behind again), at least I have a good excuse this time.  In case you didn't pay attention, I posted a new review on Monday. Pretty slick, eh?  

Okay, notice that #23 and #25 are the same author, Patrick Ness, recommended by 2 different bloggers.  Evidently Ness writes very dark novels.  But one of the bloggers actually called him a genius.  If any of you reads one of his books, I would love to get your opinion.

Susanna Kearsley, The Winter Sea, historical fiction – Stacy’s Books
Rod Stewart, Rod, autobiography – Booking Mama
Ken Ludwig, How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare – Rhapsody in Books
Peter Bently, King Jack and the Dragon, picture book 2+ - Quirky Bookworm
Karen Marie Moning, Dreamfever (book 4), fantasy – All the Books I Can Read
Liza Klaussmann, Tigers in Red Weather, literary fiction – Booking Mama
Paula Weston, Shadows, paranormal – Tangled in Pages
Wes Moore, Discovering Wes Moore, YA memoir – Bermudaonion
Rachel Caine, #1-Working Stiff, #2-Two Weeks’ Notice, #3-Terminated, Revivalist
    trilogy, paranormal and urban fantasy – book’d out
Henry Cole, Unspoken:  A Story from the Underground Railroad, historical picture book
    (no words) – Rhapsody in Books
Susan Holoubed, Traces of Absence – book’d out
Time Home Entertainment/Discovery Channel, Sharkopedia, The Complete Guide to
    Everything Shark – Booking Mama
Jinx Schwartz, Just the Pits, #5, mystery – Evelyn Cullett
Michael Robotham, editor, If I tell You…I’ll Have to Kill You, essays by Australian
    crime writers – book’d out
Koethi Zan, The Never list, psychological thriller (debut) – Booking Mama
Vivek Shraya, God Loves Hair – Bookish Ardour
Lauren Leto, Judging a Book by its Lover:  A Field Guide to the Hearts and Minds of
    Readers Everywhere – Amused by Books
Cathy Lamb, If You Could See What I See, chicklit, romance, contemporary fiction –
    book’d out
Liane Moriarty, The Husband’s Secret, women’s fiction – Under My Apple Tree
Lulu Harrison, Lulu in LA LA LAND, middle grade reader – Booking Mama
Brigid Kemmerer, Storm (Elemental #1), paranormal – Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Kara Weiss, Late Lights, novella – Under My Apple Tree
Patrick Ness, A Monster Calls, YA, dark fiction, fantasy – Under My Apple Tree
Jon McGoran, Drift, thriller – Stacy’s Books
Patrick Ness, The Ask and the Answer, dystopia – Tangled in Pages

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