- WTF Friday review of The Devil's Detective by Simon Kurt Unsworth
- The Beauty of Ruin guest post by Damien Angelica Walters (author of Sing Me Your Scars)
- Historical review of Dead Wake by Erik Larson
- Waiting on Wednesday with Dark Alchemy by Laura Bickle
- Interview with Auston Habershaw (author of The Iron Ring)
- Freedom to Read Week
- Horror review of Grimm Mistresses by Turner, Yardley, LaSart, Dickson, and Cambridge
Stacking The Shelves and Mailbox Monday are a pair of weekly memes that are about sharing the books that came your way over the past week, and which you've added to your shelves - whether they be physical or virtual, borrowed or bought, or for pleasure or review.
A solid week of new additions with some new review titles as well as a few new purchases to help round out the shelves.
• Dwarves in Space by Sabrina Zbasnik
One reviewer called it Tolkien, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and Firefly merged in a transporter accident, and that sounds like a whole lot of fun.
A found footage style novel, set deep within the ancient tunnels and mass graves beneath the streets of Paris. This one sounds like a perfect read.
• Dark Alchemy by Laura Bickle
It’s The Gunslinger meets Breaking Bad, genre-splicing elements of urban fantasy, western, horror, and romance. Definitely looking forward to this upcoming book tour.
• The Madonna and the Starship James K. Morrow
In the golden era of sci-fi TV, Uncle Wonder must create the ultimately irreverent television show — or crayfish from outer space will inflict their death-ray on an unsuspecting viewership.
• Phoenix Quest Adventures: First Three Novels by K.T. Tomb
The Hammer of Thor, the Spear of Destiny, and the Lair of Beowulf. I'm always up for a good adventure tale, so I snagged this bundle with my Amazon gift certificate.
• The Hunters by Chris Kuzneski
A team of renegades after a vast Romanian treasure, stolen by the Russians nearly a century ago, and scattered across the county. More adventure courtesy of my Amazon gift certificate.
It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is another weekly meme, this time focused on what books are spending the most time in your hands and in your head, as opposed to what's been added to your shelf.
• The Skull Throne by Peter Brett
I promised myself I would hold off until March to start reading this one, and I almost did (technically, I started it before bed last night). Really looking forward to it!
• The Wolf at His Door by Adrian Lilly
A dark world of fairy tales and fantasy set the stage for an 'unpredictable' horror novel where werewolves, genetics, and a thrilling murder mystery intertwine.
• Dawn's Early Light by Pip Ballantine & Tee Morris
Somehow I missed the 3rd Books and Braun novel when it came out, so now I'm doing a little catch-up before joining the book tour for the fourth volume in April.