Nothing planned this weekend! The weather is lovely for fall and I am ready to read books the entire weekend. I will probably come out of isolation to eat and say hello to the other half and Momo, but aside from that, I plan to spend the weekend with books. I am a little behind on my reading and I have a list of to-be-read to prove it.
Red House Books is hosting a month-long NetGalley read-a-thon. So I will try my best to only read NetGalley books. I don’t think I have that many requested, but I will still make them a priority. For those of you who do not know, NetGalley is a service for reviewers, librarians, and booksellers. Publishers utilize NetGalley to upload galleys onto their site and for members to request. If you are a member of NetGalley, declare yourself here.
So this weekend, I will start off with reading Moonlight on Linoleum: A Daughter’s Memoir by Terry Helwig. I received a copy from NetGalley, but the awesome Libby Reed at Howard Books sent me a Hardcover.
Moonlight on Linoleum: A Daughter’s Memoir by Terry Helwig
Publisher: Howard Books (Simon & Schuster)
Publish Date: October 4, 2011
What is your weekend read?
As I have been doing for the past few Fridays, I have been adding my IMM books for the week. In My Maillbox (IMM) is a meme started by The Story Siren. I should really start a different post all together, but for now, while my list is small, this will do.
These are the books I got this week. What did you get this week?
As I Wake by Elizabeth Scott | Kindle ebook
The Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton | Hardcover
Everblue by Brenda Pandos | Kindle ebook
Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon | Kindle ebook
The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan | Hardcover
The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima | For review from Disney-Hyperion via NetGalley
Tempest by Julie Cross | For review from St. Martin’s Griffin via NetGalley
The Night Swimmer by Matt Bondurant | For review from Scribner via NetGalley
Three Days, Two Nights by MJ Frederick | For review from Carina Press via NetGalley
Sign Language by Amy Ackley | For review from Amy Ackley