This Week's Book Week is rather similar to Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga's Reviews only with far more rambling and a less witty title. ;)
It's June and it feels weird because it really doesn't feel like it should be June. Especially since it was raining so much this week.
This week a guest post I wrote for HarperCollins Canada's YA site/group/fun people @HCCFrenzy went up on the site during the week-long celebration of Hilary T. Smith's Wild Awake. They asked if I'd write a post on reading a book set where you live, as the book is set in Vancouver. And so I wrote something on reading a book set where you live. You can read it here. :)
Hopefully, this is my last plague finger update. It looks about the same, no better or no worse than when the PICC line came out. If it's not swollen or leaking gross fluid or exploding, there's nothing else they're going to do. And there's my free healthcare at work. I get it, it's not doing anything strange and there's nothing wrong with the rest of me, what else is there to do? Still. I didn't think I'd have to go through life with a weird finger. My next plan is to see how it goes as the nail grows out, wait a few weeks.
There's a special post going up on Monday (June 3rd)! I'm the first stop for Random House Canada's blog tour for Amy McCulloch's debut YA fantasy/adventure The Oathbreaker's Shadow. :) Other stops will be at Confessions of a Reading Addict, More Than Just Magic, Cozy Up with a Good Read, and Retreat by Random House. :)
So many e-galleys this week. It's like the internet version of BEA. I
hope everyone who was at BEA had tons of fun. One day I'll go. *wistful
Reviews this week will feature The Oathbreaker's Shadow by Amy McCulloch (Tuesday) and Linked by Imogen Howson (Friday). :)
All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill (e-galley from Disney Book Group through NetGalley)
Tumble & Fall by Alexandra Coutts (e-galley from Macmillan/FSG through NetGalley)
Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark (e-galley from Macmillan/FSG through NetGalley)
The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon (e-galley from Bloomsbury through NetGalley)
Half Lives by Sara Grant (from Hachette Book Group Canada)
When You Were Here by Daisy Whitney (from Hachette Book Group Canada)
Borrowed from the library:
The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead