Reviews to come in November

Over the past few days, I’ve received by first few galley proofs from NetGalley.com. I’m really excited to dive into them, but I have a stack of library books that I need to get through first.

Though I love the idea of other people finding this blog and using it to make decisions about what to read, I’m using it as an opportunity to keep myself writing and thinking about things critically. I’ve fallen off the wagon in that respect since I graduated from school last December, so it’s time to pick it back up again.

I’m currently working through Philippa Gregory’s The Lady of the Rivers about Jacquetta of Luxembourg. I file these types of historical romance novels under “guilty pleasures.”

So far, it’s an enjoyable read, though I do have a few minor issues with it that I’ll get into when I write up a full review.

Anyway, here’s my tentative reading list for the next few weeks. It comprises some eclectic choices. I get in the mood to read something, and request it from the library as soon as I think of it.

As you can see, I put myself in a pickle with all these books! But it’s great, of course.

(Titles in bolded font are reviews for NetGalley):

  1. Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor by Stephanie Barron
  2. Where She Went by Gayle Forman
  3. Just One Day by Gayle Forman
  4. The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith
  5. Prep: A Novel by Curtis Sittenfeld
  6. 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
  7. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  8. A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood
  9. Trainwreck by Sady Doyle
  10. The French Impressionist by Rebecca Bischoff
  11. Framing the Black Panthers by Jane Rhodes
  12. The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost by Lucy Banks
  13. The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak
  14. Lilli de Jong by Janet Benton
  15. Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation by Octavia E. Butler

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