- Marvel 1602 Neil Gaiman
I adore Neil Gaiman but have never been too interested in graphic novels. Yet, it seems like I am missing out on a very big part of what makes Gaiman such a wonderful author by ignoring such a big part of his writings. I am excited to try a whole new kind of novel.
- Caroline/Fortunately, the Milk/The Graveyard Book Neil Gaiman
This set caught my eye when Gaiman posted about it on his twitter page. It hit my to -read list immediately. I looked for this beautifully covered box set every trip to every bookstore since. I am excited to read these this weekend.
- Shadowmarch Tad Williams
After being told that I would enjoy this book, I tried to bookmooch it. No luck on bookmooch, so I added it to my fantasy series to-read list. This follows Gentleman Bastards Series, the Malazan Book of the Fallen, The Kingkiller Chronicles, the Discworld novels, all the Black Company novels, etc.
- Deadhouse Gates Steven Erikson
I am in the midst of finishing listening and reading the first of this series. It is a beautifully written fantasy novel that leaves me wishing I could devote and entire month to finishing these novels. The descriptions are wonderful and detailed.
- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum
A childhood favourite. I realised that my library does not have a copy.
- The Secret Ken Blanchard & Mark Miller
Given to me by my mum. I have no idea what it is about, but it looks like one of those how to be better professionally books.
- The Lie Tree Frances Harbinge
Trying to branch out in Harbinge’s writings.
- The Fly Trap Frances Harbinge
I loved the amazing descriptions and wonderful way of viewing the world Harbinge wrote through the eyes of the characters in the first of this series. It is a beautiful, cheerful, relaxing series after a day spent reading journal articles.
- The Ultimate Quotable Einstein Albert Einstein
I can see a million used for this in my life.
- Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts I & II J.K. Rowling
I feel obligated to read this because I loved the Harry Potter series as a child. It was perhaps my first book series. But, I feel really worried that Rowling will disappoint. I have not enjoyed any of her writings since she murdered Dumbledore… but, here is to giving it a go.
- The Sleeper and the Spindle Neil Gaiman
I love Gaiman. Seriously, read a Gaiman book if you have not. Seriously. Stop fooling around on the internet. Read a Gaiman book. Now!
-A Bookish Girl