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Stephanie, Helen, and Tynga @ Tynga's Reviews!
As the title implies, this is all about
sharing the books you're adding
to your shelves, be they physical or virtual.
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This week's haul!!
I've just interviewed the author of
this novel, which is set in
spooky New Orleans, a city known for
strange and unusual happenings,
including, of course, hauntings!
Since it's a romance as well as a suspense
novel with supernatural
overtones, I just had to get it....and
it's perfect for the season!!
I finally received my collectible
copy of this great SF classic!!
It's a 2001 reprint of the original edition,
which I featured in one of my
recent "Shelf Candy Saturday" posts.
I can't believe it's really mine!!!
I discovered this one in a small,
recently opened Books & Books store
right across the street from my day job!!
It's a collection of essays
about the science fiction genre,
from the author of the classic
I was also immediately attracted
by the very surreal, gorgeous cover!
Lynsay Sands is one of my favorite
paranormal romance authors!
Her vampire novels are so funny!
If you think it's weird to mix vamps and
humor, give her novels a try!
Like Kerrelyn Sparks, another favorite
of mine, Sands loves to
present humorous tales of
Happy Halloween for sure!
This is another novel in Sands'
acclaimed Argenau series!
As in the one above, the vamp
hero is lucky to have found a human
female who loves him and will
join him in eternal matrimony!!
This novel is, I think, the last one in
The House of Comarre series.
I've only read the first one,
and will get to the rest of them!!
Each of these books has a
stunning cover (I featured one of them
in my SCS feature some time back).
The characters and plots are
I own a few Sherrelyn Kenyon novels,
but have to confess that
I haven't read any of them....
From what I've heard, she's a terrific author,
so I have to try and
start one of these books, whatever
the series might be.
This one combines mythology
with lots of action and
a powerful female protagonist.
And of course I love that cover,
with the gorgeous sword!!
What do you think of my haul?
What fascinating book(s)
did you add
to your shelves this week?