Thursday, July 07, 2011

Jenn's wish list

Here are the books I'm anticipating this year:

February

Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger (bought)

March

Midnight Blue-Light Special by Seanan McGuire (DAW) (bought)
Frost Burned by Patricia Briggs (Ace) (bought)
Deadly Sting by Jennifer Estep (Pocket) (eARC from publisher)
The Lost by Vicki Pettersson (Harper) (eARC from publisher)
Cards & Caravans by Cindy Spencer Pape (Carina) (eARC from publisher)
Night Blade by J. C. Daniels (self-pubbed) (eARC from author)

April

Hot Blooded by Amanda Carlson (Orbit) (eARC from publisher)
Rogue Descendant by Jenna Black (Pocket) (bought)

May

Oath Bound by Rachel Vincent (Harlequin) (bought)
Heart of Iron by Bec McMaster (Sourcebooks) (eARC from publisher)
Binding the Shadows by Jenn Bennett (Pocket) (eARC from author)

June

Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead (Penguin)
Hunted by Kevin Hearne (Random House)
Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh (Penguin)
Darkness Unmasked by Keri Arthur (Signet)

July

Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews (Ace)
Midnight Frost by Jennifer Estep (Kensington) (ARC from author)
Forsaken by the Others by Jess Haines (Kensington)
Carniepunk (anthology) (Gallery)

August

Omens by Kelley Armstrong (Random House)
Heart of Venom by Jennifer Estep (Pocket) (eARC from publisher)
Grave Visions by Kalayna Price (Ace)
Chosen by Benedict Jacka (Penguin)
Biting Bad by Chloe Neill (Penguin)

September

Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff (St. Martin's Press)
Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire (DAW)
Cold Blooded by Amanda Carlson (Orbit)

November

The Kraken King by Meljean Brooks (Penguin)

Born and raised in the Toronto area, Jenn moved to St. John's, Newfoundland, eight years ago for school. She's still in school (thankfully on another degree!), now trapped in her dissertation. When she's not dissertating, which happens more often than it should, Jenn spends her time reading, watching movies, playing volleyball, travelling, and enjoying the local music scene. Her latest addictions: yoga and Almond Crunch cereal.

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