Sunday, March 9, 2014

Mixed Shelf #1

Not a day goes by that books are not on my mind. I'm either looking for new reads online, reading something or thinking about wonderful books that are still untouched on my shelves. I also feel a strong urge to blog about books more, so I've decided to start a new type of post that will encompass all those things, and hopefully inspire you too.


Wanting: The Seven Tales of Trinket by Shelley Moore Thomas
I instantly fell in love with the cover, but the story sounds really promising as well. It is about a girl wanting to be a storyteller, but having to live through some adventures herself first. I hear it is cleverly woven, a bit magical and might even lead you to shed a few tears.

goodreads // currently available as really cheap new hardcover on Amazon


Reading: I Lived on Butterfly Hill by Marjorie Agosin
A wonderful read so far! I wish my review copy had all the illustrations though. The cover is beautiful also, but I feel like the great story would probably be taken to a whole new level with all of Lee White's amazing visual aids.

goodreads // available here



Waiting: Tailchaser's Song by Tad Williams
When I found this book online, I knew I had to have it. I had put it on my birthday wishlist, but eventually ended up ordering one myself. Despite my excitement, I still haven't gotten round to starting in this fantasy/adventure book that is exclusively about feline characters.

goodreads // really cheap on bookdepository

It was fun for me to make this post and I hope to keep doing them. I'm keeping them short and sweet and will make sure to link to more info and also a place (usually the cheapest I could find) to buy the book in case you want to read it.

Feel free to let me know what books you are currently excited about! Or if you have any recommendations, leave them in the comments as well.

3 comments:

  1. all of these books have such beautiful covers!

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  2. same here - am crazy about books. right now i'm going through a bit of a gothic period and really enjoying carmilla by sheridan le fanu

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