Weekly Roundup

Posted November 1, 2020 by Nicky in General / 1 Comment

Well, folks, it’s been a couple of weeks since I did a roundup! I’m not going to try to be exhaustive here: I’ll post the covers of some of my new books, some of the books I’ve been reading, etc.

I keep thinking I’m on top of things and then things get on top of me again, but that’s 2020 for you. I’m trying to take it one step at a time. So that said, let’s get on with this!

New books:

Cover of Ruby by Nina Allan Cover of Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger Cover of Return of the Thief by Megan Whalen Turner Cover of Dragon Physician by Joyce Chng

Cover of Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse Cover of The Port of London Murders by Josephine Bell Cover of MetaZoa by Peter Godfrey-Smith Cover of How to Tame a Fox by Lee Alan Dugatkin and Lyudmila Trut

A weird mix, as ever! I’m looking forward to Ruby especially. I know I won’t get to Return of the Thief for quite a while (I haven’t read Thick as Thieves yet)… but I’m looking forward to all these! I also got a copy of Unconquerable Sun by Kate Elliott, from winning the SciFi Month giveaway — I forgot to grab an image of the cover, though! Thank you to imyril and Head of Zeus for this one.

Books I’ve finished reading recently:

Cover of Stuck by Heidi J. Larson Cover of How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan Cover of Deadline by Mira Grant Cover of The Little Library by Kim Fielding

Cover of Blackout by Mira Grant Cover of Stormhaven by Jordan L. Hawk Cover of Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-GarciaCover of The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware Cover of Dead Man in a Ditch by Luke Arnold

Cover of The CBT Toolbox Cover of Proper English by KJ Charles Cover of Fake Law by the Secret Barrister

Looks like a lot, but that’s 2-3 weeks!

Reviews posted recently:

Other posts:

How are you doing? Any exciting new books you’ve added to your shelves? Anything got you glued to its pages? Let me know!

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One response to “Weekly Roundup

  1. Hooray, Sun arrived!

    I’m going through a weirdly tired phase at the moment (I fell asleep on the sofa at about 8pm last night), which seems to be some kind of in-built desire to hibernate. Sun’s gone down? Time for bed. I can feel my eyelids getting heavy now and it’s only 6pm… This has not massively reduced my reading yet, as I’ve got some gooduns on the go – my reread of Golden Witchbreed, the fast and furious first read of Velocity Weapon, and an audio reread of The Vela season 1 on my walks. It has taken me 42 years to realise that audio books are PERFECT for walks and now I am taking more walks because they are reading time.
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