I got one request for photos of recent arrivals, so this is for you, Gaye. I guess this is about 3 weeks' worth. They're ridiculous, but beautiful.
From Sterling Books:
Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking by Mary McCartney (Paul & Linda's daughter), which is simply the most gorgeous cookbook I think I've ever seen. So far, Huz has cooked the macaroni and cheese, which is great - very mild, so it would definitely be perfect for picky eaters - and prepared leek and pea risotto to toss into the oven, tonight. I'll let you know how that turns out.
I also got Itch by Simon Mayo from Katie at Sterling. It's a YA that I plan to read very soon. I'm definitely going to be in a YA mood after reading a WWII memoir (currently reading Things We Couldn't Say by Diet Eman).
First stack, top to bottom:
The Cat that God Sent by Jim Kraus - from Abingdon Press for tour
Chanel Bonfire by Wendy Lawless
The Midwife of Hope River by Patricia Harman
Wife 22 by Melanie Gideon and
Seduction by M. J. Rose - all 4 are ARCs sent by my lovely friend, Paula. Paula also sent me Z by Therese Fowler and Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. I've read and reviewed Z and plan to review Orphan Train, this week.
Down at the Dino Wash Deluxe by Myers and Pamintuan was sent by Sterling Kids. I'll have a Children's Day in which I'll review Dino Wash, 4 books from a series (2 are in the sidebar, at the moment) and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, this week.
Top to bottom:
The Dinner by Herman Koch
Creature Features by Tim Rowland
French Illusions by Linda Kovic-Skow
The Soldier's Wife by Joanna Trollope and
War of the Seasons - Book One: The Human by Janine Spendlove
All 5 of those are ARCs passed on by my delightful friend, Sandie
Have Mother, Will Travel by Claire and Mia Fontaine
Reboot by Amy Tintera and
The Barbed Crown by William Dietrich - all from HarperCollins for review
Dirty Secret by Jessie Sholl
The Spice Necklace by Ann Vanderhoof
Sapphique by Catherine Fisher and
The Journal of Dora Damage by Belinda Sterling - all via Paperback Swap
How's that for insanity? Obviously, I should read Dirty Secret right away.
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