Happy Easter-Christ is risen-glory Hallelujah!
I am pleased to say that my eyes feel much better. Although I felt pretty normal almost immediately after the surgery, it was still hard for me to read much and I didn't have the focus to spend time on the computer. Happily I am almost caught up on commenting and plan to finish that up today. As I mentioned last week, I am committed to using Feedly for now although I set up Bloglovin' and my feeds were finally imported to The Old Reader so I will also be exploring them.
His Majesty's Hope by Susan Elia MacNeal-the third book in the series
Taken by Erin Bowman-I love the cover for this and I have so many questions I need answered.
Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella-looking forward to sharing this with my sister who is also a Kinsella fan
Frogged by Vivian Vande Velde-a beloved author, a fun MG, fairy tales-all is good :)
(Unsolicited from Penguin)
Proxy by Alex London-sounds like a really cool action story
The Wells Bequest by Polly Shulman-I loved The Grimm Legacy and unsuccessfully requested an e-ARC of this so I'm glad i received a hard copy
(Invited via Netgalley)
Dare You To by Katie McGarry-I loved the snippet of this from the end of Pushing the Limits-Ryan sounds right up my alley!
Week to Come: Kind of a weird week; we're starting with some 2013 YA releases and then shifting to adult reads
Later today will be my wrap-up for War and Peace, Volume I, Part Three just as soon as I finish writing it!
Everbound by Brodi Ashton-did this sequel live up to the enchanting Everneath for me?
Absent by Katie Williams-a ghost mystery in a high school setting
Dark Triumph by Robin LaFeves-another sequel that has a tough bar to top in Grave Mercy
Sinners and the Sea by Rebecca Kanner-a retelling of Noah's ark from the perspective of his wife
The Ashford Affair by Lauren Willig-the author of the Pink Carnation series tackles a new historical period
A Perfect Proposal by Katie Fforde-a release from an author I have long known of but have never tried