Cut to the Bone by Jefferson Bass (From Edelweiss)
The Storm Makers by Jennifer E. Smith (from Arcycling)
From the Library:
After: Nineteen Stories of the Apocalypse Ed. by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
The Iowa Awards the Best Stories from Twenty Years selected by Frank Conroy
(From Lauren, a lovely lady in my writing group. She was giving books away and this is what I got.)
The Pillars of Hercules by Paul Theroux
(This was from the last order, everything is in except for a pre-order.)
Shades of Grey by Jasper Fforde
The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald
What I'm Currently Reading:
Let's see,I didn't finish World War Z last week like I planned. Because of school and the Shutdown Tour, I didn't finish it until yesterday. Which means that I didn't touch Carrier of the Mark. But I did finish Shutdown and have already posted my review. I then went on to finish World War Z and Saga Volume 1. Right now I am reading Two Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt. It's a pretty fast read so far, so unless I decide to do homework I will probably finish it tonght.
What I will be reading:
This month's theme is Anthologies. So I will be reading a bunch of those-some I have for review, some I've gotten from the library and some that I have had for a while. I tried making a list and working from those, but then I realized just how many I've had. Then I found some that I left out. So, I will just see which one suits my mood week by week. There are 5 weeks in July so I plan on reading at least 5. I've already started Diverse Energies (I only read two stories) so I will finish that up this week. Since I didn't get to Carrier of the Mark last week, I hope to get to it this week.
What I wish I was reading right now:
Oh, there are so many books I would love to be reading right now. Since this is my last week of classes I will have more time to read. But that time will also be split with writing. I really want to start the Body Farm series by Jefferson Bass, as well as Darby Karchut's books. Honestly, I think it's time that I pay a little bit more attention to my challenges as well. We'll see where the moon takes me.SKG Photo taken by me, and cannot be used or copied without my express written permission
Well, that's all for me! Leave me a link or comment and tell me what your reading plans are!