Hello everyone. I haven't done one of these in a long time, so I figured I would updated you with where I am in my reading pile. This does not count ARCs, which will be read and reviewed a few days before the release date.
1. Dark Side of the Mirror by R.L. Austin
I've heard a lot of good things about this book, and can't wait to start it. It should take me a few days to read.
2. Shadows by Michael Duncan
This book looks really good. It sounds like a fantasy book, and I've been looking for a good fantasy book to read. It should take about a week to finish
3. Awakening by Karice Bolton
I'm finally getting closer to starting this. It seems like I've had this book in to-review pile forever. I have the old cover version of the book, which is black and red. I'm uber excited for this one so it should only take a couple days to finish.
4. Dark Before Dawn by Stacy Juba
This is also another book I'm looking forward to starting. I haven't been able to find a lot of books about physics. I've read some of the author's other works and loved them, so I hope I love this as well.
5. The Seventeenth Pocket by Hargus Montgomery
This is a longer book, so it will probably take me a bout a week or two to read it. I've heard a lot of great things about it, and I hope it lives up to my expectations.
6. The Spirit Box by J.H. Glaze
This cover is creepy, yet awesome. I'm glad I finally get to start this book sometime in the near future and see what all the hype is about. I've met a lot of bloggers that love this book.
7. A Season of Eden by Jennifer Laurens
I am a sucker for student teacher relationships in books. I took one look at the synopsis and the cover and knew I absolutely had to read it. I've read some of the author's other works, and I love her writing style.
8. Fresh Start Summer by Beverly Nault
I haven't read a lot of mysteries in the past. I feel that I need to read more to broaden my reading genres and followers. This will be a nice break from the books I usually read.
9. The Portal by Alan Zendell
I read the synopsis of this on Goodreads, and thought it sounded like something I would like. I'm pretty excited to read it, and learn what the portal is.
10. The Return of Innocence by Duane Simolke and Toni Davis
This looks to be a quick, fun read. The cover is beautiful. I was very excited to learn that the novel had dragons in it. It should take a couple of days to read.
Have you read any of these books? If so, comment and let me know what you thought of them.