Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Yesterday we had a "refreshing" ice storm in our area and this morning a snow storm is expected to dump 5 inches of snow on us. At this lovely (note sarcasm) time of year, all I want to do is hibernate with a good book. What about you? Perhaps one of this week's new releases will help you forget all about the nasty weather.
Over in Romance you can cuddle up with "Kisses, She Wrote: A Christmas Romance," by Katherine Ashe, "A Little Too Much," by Lisa Deroschers," "Kiss of the Night," by Sherilyn Kenyon, "Rodeo Queen," by T.J. Kline, "A Beautiful Wedding," by Jaime McGuire and "The Cupcake Diaries: A Spoonful of Christmas," by Darlene Panera.
Move on over to Mystery for "Once Upon a Lie," by Maggie Barbieri, "Heirs of the Body," by Carola Dunn, and "The Midwife's Tale," by Samuel Thomas.
Slide over to Science Fiction/Fantasy for "Seven Sorcerers," by John R. Fultz, "The Doctor and the Dinosaur," (no relation to Dr. Who) by Mike Resnick and "Kaleidocide: A Peacock Novel," by Dave Swavely.
If you're looking to pass time on a snow day, you may want to check out "Snakeroot," the latest "Nightshade" novel by Andrea Creamer or "These Broken Stars," by Annie Kaufman in Young Adult.
Other new releases in Fiction include "Innocence," by Dean Koontz, "The Housemaid's Daughter," by Barbara Mutch, or "The Remains of Love," by Zeruya Shalev.
Will any of these new books make your "to-read" or "to-gift" list? Share with us and remember to support your local bookstores whenever possible.