Saturday, April 28, 2007

Getting myself organized...

Recently, JMC talked about the ever mounting TBR pile over at Reader's Gab. I realized that I'm starting to have a bit of a problem. I'm constantly buying stuff off the Friends shelves at the library, plus checking books out of the library, plus coveting stuff I'm reading about at the various blogs I stalk. Then it always seems like I'm not in the mood for something once I get it home. So then I pick up more stuff. I've got to get myself organized, because there's a lot of stuff I want. I'm going to take a little inventory of stuff I need, and I'm going to try not to get too distracted by other stuff.

Here we go *(edited to add more stuff that I forgot):

To be released on May 1st, a wonderful day:

No Humans Involved by Kelley Armstrong

All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris

The Demon You Know by Christine Warren

No Commitment Required by Seressia Glass

Recently Released and other stuff:
Not Quite a Lady by Loretta Chase

The Object of Love by Sharon Cullars, as well as Again

Castle of the Wolf by Sandra Schwab

Demon Moon by Meljean Brook

Books that I checked out, returned, but now might be in the mood for:
Grave Surprise by Charlaine Harris

Magic Study by Maria V. Snyder

Things in Ebook-Land:
Fallen: Celeste by Tiffany Aaron

Measure of a Man by Bonnie Dee

Love My Way by Bridget Midway

Go Fetch by Shelly Laurenston

Not Quite Dead by Sela Carsen

Midnight Sun by Rene Lyons

Jaded Hunter by Michelle M. Pillow

Anyone ever read anything by Ciar Cullen or Gia Dawn? I'm kind of in a fantasy mood.

So is that enough to start? Ooh, ooh, also Undead and Uneasy (I'm never giving up on this series). There'd be even more, but all my contest entering has finally paid off and I won a copy of the Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt and the entire Coxwell series by Claire Cross. Must stop blogging and start reading.


Nicole said...

First you have to get on Midnight Sun by RL because Daystar is next and that book ROCKS! MS is good too but D is my fave.

I want to try Michelle Pillow so badly. So as soon as you read her post up something so I can decide what to do.

I am in the same boat. I am forever getting books from the library and returning them unread because I run out of time and when I had them I didnt' want to read them. lol.

Anonymous said...

I've read everything Ciar Cullen's written. You cannot miss with her, I promise. You can start in the Mayan jungle with a sexy archaeologist, or do tongue in cheek fantasy from Ellora's Cave with Wizard of Time...Oh don't get me started ;o) How about a shapeshifting shark god called The Biggest Kahuna???
Sorry, couldn't resist

Anonymous said...

Oh, wait, you said fantasy mood! Princes of Anfall or Lords of Ch'i perhaps? :o)

Devon said...

Nicole--If you scroll down a bit, I just read a trilogy from Pillow that I loved. It was a fantasy thing. Also read a novella I liked. She gets a thumbs up from me thus far. I was going to try something vampire-y soon. Will review when I do.

Ciar--It was one of the latter two I was leaning toward (Lords of Ch'i, I think?) They both appealled :)