So I suppose I'll start with review copies received.
- Shadowplay by Laura Lam (from Strange Chemistry via NetGalley), the sequel to Pantomime, which I loved, so I'm definitely looking forward to this one.
- Ink Black Magic by Tansy Rayner Roberts (from FableCroft), already reviewed.
- The Prince of Soul and the Lighthouse by Fredrik Brounéus (from Steam Press), the extract looked promising.
- The Wind City by Summer Wigmore (also from Steam Press), looks like it contains some mythology I'm not very familiar with, so that should be an interesting read
- The Other Tree by DK Mok (from Spencer Hill Press via NetGalley), I enjoyed the author's story in One Small Step, so I have high hopes for this one.
- Black Dog by Rachel Neumeier (also from Strange Chemistry via NetGalley), interesting mythology which, again, I'm not too familiar with
And then there's the pile of books I purchased. Because I wanted to. So there.
- Curtsies and Conspiracies by Gail Carriger — already reviewed
- Memory by Linda Nagata — I've enjoyed other books of hers
- Orbital Burn by KA Bedford — pre-blog I enjoyed Time Machines Repaired While U Wait
- The Far Horizon by Patty Jansen — my reviews of her other works
- Truck Song by Andrew Macrae — because Twelfth Planet Press
- Champion of the Rose by Andrea K Höst — because I think her books are pretty great (and it was on sale)
- Bones of the Fair by Andrea K Höst — sequel to the above, new release
- Caution: Contains Small Parts by Kirstyn McDermott — the latest of the Twelve Planets, finally ebookified and in my inbox (I have a subscription). ALSO this book is, according to LibraryThing, my thousandth book. Whoo?
- The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu — because it was on sale from Angry Robot and looks funny
- The Deaths of Tao by Wesley Chu — sequel to the above and also on sale
Whew! And that's what a month and a half of restrained review-copy acquisition and not-so-restrained purchasing looks like.