Saturday, October 30, 2010
In My Mailbox (October 24th-30th 2010)
The Colorman by Erika Wood (ARC) (Tatra Press)
Brighter Graphite by Michael Horvath (Tatra Press)
All Points North by Shelby R. Lee III (Author)
Lost Lustre by Josh Karlen (Tatra Press)
The End by Kathy Page (McArthur & Company)
The Ice Lovers by Jean McNeil (McArthur & Company)
The Mistress of Nothing by Kate Pullinger (McArthur & Company)
Beyond the Sea by Veronique Olmi (McArthur & Company)
The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head by Gary Small and Gigi Vorgan (Authors)
His Illegal Self by Peter Carey
Under Control by Mark Mcnay
Tom Bedlam by George Hagen
Remainder by Tom McCarthy
The Sorrows of an American by Siri Hustvedt
(All Purchased From Chapters for $26 total)
In between things due for school, getting over two months of sickness and a midterm that is happening on Tuesday (eek) I didn't manage to get much reading done this week. It's okay though, because I'd hate for books to seem like a chore, and I'm still pretty far ahead on my review book schedule so I have a little time to relax I suppose. It's taken me over a week to finish Of Bees and Mist, despite the fact that I'm enjoying it, so next week is bound to be review light. I will be posting a review of The Mermaid's Pendant by LeAnn Neal Reilly and Catalyst by Laurie Halse Anderson. Hopefully I'll also get a chance to read By Nightfall by Michael Cunningham, it's definitely one of the books I've been most anticipating of 2010.
In the meantime, I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend and a Happy Halloween if you celebrate it. Sunday also happens to be my 22nd birthday, which is starting to feel awfully far away from being a teenager anymore. I will likely be spending it studying for my midterm, but maybe Mathew and I will go out for dinner.
Anyway, what's been in your mailbox this week?