August 14th, 2011 § 9 Comments
Despite not actually spending any money, I’ve had quite a decent IMM this week. I managed to find a few titles at the library I’ve wanted for a while (which was a nice surprise – my library isn’t usually that well stocked) and I also grabbed a e-book from NetGalley.
Dragonfly by Julia Golding
I heard about this one on another blog, where is got a nice review. It’s a fantasy/romance with a period feel and I always love those, so I snatched it up. Review to come.
Fallen Grace by Mary Hooper
I’m late to this I know. Fallen Grace was all over the blogosphere a while back and Mary Hooper is a very poplar YA author of historical fiction (another favorite genre). I haven’t really clicked with her other two books I have read, but this one does sound very good and I can’t wait to see if I’ve found my Mary Hooper book.
Forgotten by Cat Patrick
Another popular title – I was very excited to see this at my local library – I’ve been considering buying it for a while now, as its had many great reviews. The cover is awkward though – I’m interested to know whether the concept/design is explained in the book!
Tempest Rising by Tracy Deebs
Another mermaid book. I can’t say I’m generally a ‘mermaid’ fan, but this does sound like a good romance and the reviews I’ve read have captured my attention.
Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley
This one is on my ‘Not Out Yet But Must Buy ASAP’ list (yes – that’s a real list on my Amazon account) because I read a review that couldn’t praise it enough and it’s Goodreads page is just all sparkly with 4 and 5 star reviews. So I was all happy when I saw it on NetGalley, better yet with no need for publisher approval – you can just download it immediately. So that’s what I did.
What’s in your IMM this week?
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