This Week's Book Week is like Stacking the Shelved hosted by Tynga's Reviews only named by me and not as cleverly. ;)
Hi. *snooze* Suffering from other round of e-galley burnout. More often than not it takes me days to read an e-galley, but a paper book I can read in a few hours. Sorry, digital world. My brain is still hardwired to only accept paper books.
The fall anime season started this week. Yay. :) *crickets* Well, this only matters to you if you like anime, and over the past 8 or 9 months, my TV watching has transitioned into anime streaming watching. But I'm sad. Out of 40 shows, there are 2 I really want to watch, 1 I happened across and found interesting, 2 I'm sort of interested in, and 1 with people chucking bombs at each other and lots of explosions. The sadder thing is that, while the list hasn't been finalized, Crunchyroll doesn't have 1 that I really want to watch and 1 that I'm sort of interested in. It's weird, in the summer there were about 9 or 10 shows I watched. There's something lacking in the fall season that confuses me. Hmmm.
Of course, I was pleased to find out that one of the shows I really wanted to watch is full of Shakespeare references. Book nerd win. ;)
Went to Word on the Street in Vancouver last weekend. More book nerd win. ;) I got my copy of Rage Within signed by Jeyn Roberts (they were giving away copies for free *gasp*), I bought a book I'd been meaning to get for a while now, and I hung out with Nicole who was author-stalking so she could get books signed. :)
Hope all the Canadian bloggers have a good Thanksgiving weekend. :) Mmmmm, pie.
Adaptation by Malinda Lo (it's so good, I previously read an e-galley and posted a review in September)
Way to Go by Tom Ryan (picked up at Word on the Street, yay for Canadian authors)
Destroy Me (e-book) by Tahereh Mafi (... oh, Tahereh, why are you so good??)
Kamisama Kiss Volumes 1, 2, and 3 by Julietta Suzuki (new manga, yay, also a new fall anime so reading along can be fun but not when each episode is a chapter or two)