Under the Radar starts today. What is exciting (for me, and long time readers know it's all about me!) is the mix of "oh, I know that book, that is a great book" and "hey, that sounds new, let me look & see" titles. I'll be wanting to comment on the titles I've read and look up the other titles. Man, just as I got my pile from the library to under 20 titles.
Here are today's posts:
Finding Wonderland: The Curved Saber: The Adventure of Khlit the Cossack by Harold Lamb
Chasing Ray: Dorothy of Oz from Illusive Arts Entertainment (the Dorothy comic you should all be reading!)
Bildungsroman: Christopher Golden's Body of Evidence series
Interactive Reader: Christopher Golden's Body of Evidence series as well
Not Your Mother's Bookclub: An interview with Robert Sharenow, author of My Mother the Cheerleader
lectitans: The Angel of the Opera: Sherlock Meets the Phantom of the Opera by Sam Siciliano
Bookshelves of Doom: The God Beneathe the Sea, Black Jack & Jack Holburn all by Leon Garfield
Writing and Ruminating: An interview with Tony Mitton and a review of his book, Plum
The YA YA YAs: I Rode a Horse of Milk White Jade by Diane Lee Wilson
Chicken Spaghetti: The Illustrator's Notebook by Mohieddin Ellabad
Image supplied by Little Willow.
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At the end of this post is a round up to my previous, often lengthy explanations of what an ARC is (and isn't) and why an ARC isn't ...