THE OTHER DAUGHTER Contest
There’s only a month and a week left until The Other Daughter comes out!
(Why is it that “a month and a week” sounds so much less poetical than “a month and a day”?)
In the meantime, I have one last ARC of The Other Daughter to give away.
Here’s the official blurb:
Raised in a poor yet genteel household, Rachel Woodley is working in France as a governess when she receives news that her mother has died, suddenly. Grief-stricken, she returns to the small town in England where she was raised to clear out the cottage…and finds a cutting from a London society magazine, with a photograph of her supposedly deceased father dated all of three month before. He’s an earl, respected and influential, and he is standing with another daughter-his legitimate daughter. Which makes Rachel…not legitimate. Everything she thought she knew about herself and her past-even her very name-is a lie.
Still reeling from the death of her mother, and furious at this betrayal, Rachel sets herself up in London under a new identity. There she insinuates herself into the party-going crowd of Bright Young Things, with a steely determination to unveil her father’s perfidy and bring his-and her half-sister’s-charmed world crashing down. Very soon, however, Rachel faces two unexpected snags: she finds she genuinely likes her half-sister, Olivia, whose situation isn’t as simple it appears; and she might just be falling for her sister’s fiancé…
From Lauren Willig, author of the New York Times bestselling novel The Ashford Affair, comes The Other Daughter, a page-turner full of deceit, passion, and revenge.
Booklist says of The Other Daughter: “Vibrant and thrilling, Willig’s third stand-alone should garner an audience beyond fans of the Pink Carnation series.”
For an ARC of The Other Daughter, here’s your question:
— What else (aside from The Other Daughter) is on your reading list this summer?
The winner will be announced on Thursday.
Happy Monday, all!
I have a whole stack to read this summer.
I have been so distracted by the Pink Novels, and a few others. I feel the time is finally right to start the Outlander Series!!
Well, Pink 12 certainly; and Elin Hilderbrand, Dorothea Benton Frank, and Sarah Pekkanen have new books out…
Of course The Lure of the Moonflower which will make me so sad to see my favorite series ending:(
Then I am waiting patiently for Deanna Raybourn’s new book “A Curious Beginning” and also Tasha Alexander’s “The Adventuress.”
I also have a couple of Ace Atkins )writing as Robert Parker) Spenser novels!!
I just started a book about Teddy Roosevelt. Hopefully “The Other Daughter”!
I have so many! Right now I’m reading The Trials Of Artemis by Sue London. I have a few Nora Roberts novels waiting for me and hopefully I can read The Other Daughter ARC 😉
looking forward to The Blood Curse (The Cursed Kingdoms Trilogy) by Emily Gee
Pink 12 and holly black. The other daughter and a few other mysteries I missed along the way
I have a huge pile of “Novels I Wasn’t Allowed to Read Until I Finished My Dissertation,” which includes Plumeria and Manzanilla, Deborah Harkness’s The Book of Life, Deanna Raybourn’s City of Jasmine, Hilary Mantel’s Bring up the Bodies, and lots of other goodies. I can’t wait!!
I plan to re read Georgette Heyer books this summer!
Rodin’s Lover by Heather Webb, Letters to the Lost by Iona Grey, and That Summer
Dena, I loved “Letters to the Lost”! I was stuck in Birmingham airport for eight hours and that book made the wait go by so much faster.
Rereading a bunch of Rosamunde Pilcher’s books.
The Lure of the Moonflower, the latest in the Sarah Booth Delaney series by Carolyn Haines. And I’m sure a few others.
The Other Daughter will be my enjoyable reading this summer. The rest of my reading will be researching food allergies which my 14 month old daughter was just diagnosed with and IEPs for my 3 year old son.
Casie, I’m so sorry. I hope they’re as minor as they can be and that she’s doing okay.
I’m currently reading juvenile and YA fiction such as the Amber House trilogy and City of Ember books.
Reading a Jodi Picoult novel, always a Georgette Heyer, and anxiously awaiting the Lure of the Moonflower and The Other Daughter!!
I just discovered Karen White so I’m working through her novels – I cannot wait to read the Charleston Mystery series!
Lots of things! I’d like to get to Elizabeth Hoyt’s Dearest Rogue and the next Macey Gardella book by Colleen Gleason.
The Sound of Glass by Karen White
Tiny Little Thing by Beatriz Williams!
Just read Karen White’s The Sound of Glass. That WAS on the list. I liked the name of the law firm btw (Williams, White & Willig). I am waiting for Beatriz Williams’s Tiny Little Thing, The Other Daughter, and The Lure of The Moonflower. Those are at the top. I am also waiting for The English Spy. Kristin Hannah’s Nightingale is in the queue, too. And those are just a few. To be honest, I also want to read Making it Stick, the Science of Successful Learning, but that’s for work! Still on the list, though.
Pink 12 (obviously) and The Invasion of the Tearling, sequel to the amazing Queen of the Tearling!
I have a few shelves to go through, but this summer I want to get to Dead Wake, The Other Typist, Outlander, The Girls From Ames among others.
I’m catching up with Eileen Dryer’s Drake’s Rakes series on ebook, which I’m accessing from spots where I can’t read a physical book. Works great.
Working my way through Tasha Alexander’s Lady Emily series. And have started Maisie Dobbs. And on the side a few Agatha Christie to be going “old school”.
I’ve read all of yours and Williams… Now I’m catching up with White. Read Sound of Glass; now I’m reading Long Time Gone.
Thirteenth Tale and Mr. Churchill’s Secretary are on the list too.
I have “Sun-Kissed: Effusions of Summer” the anthology from Meryton Press (edited by the talented Christina Angel Boyd) as first up on my list. I’ve read all of yours and would LOVE something new by you. I can’t wait to read this – even if I do have to wait “a month and a week”.
Royal Wedding was on my must list! I’m rereading all the Pinks, and then whatever jumps out at me along the way!
I am about to finish Jayne Ann Krentz’s Arcane Society. I am also doing a read along for Julia Quinn’s Bridgertons. And whatever else comes up on my two FB romance book clubs!
Obviously, Jane’s Pink book. And Beatriz William’s 2 new books.
I just started the Scarlet Pimpernel in honor of Pink ending and I’m debating reading that series. Definitely need to read Kate Atkinson’s A God in Ruins
Right now, I’m reading Dead Wake by Erik Larson. On my list for the summer are Go Set a Watchman, at the Waters Edge, and Book of Life. I can’t wait to read the final Pink novel and The Other Daughter as well!
Lure of the Moonflower, naturally. And currently on book 3 of the Outlander series.
Pink 12 and the last Outlander book, Written In My Own Heart’s Blood
Catching up on my Susanna Kearsley with Mariana, and Princess Academy: Palace of Stone – which despite the Disneyish title is a sequel to the a Newberry Honor Book. Lots of good stuff in YA fiction!
The Washington biography by Ron Chernow. Or I may just use it as a doorstop… That thing is HUGE.
All the Light We Cannot See, Bring Up the Bodies, and the two latest Outlander books. And Pink 12, of course!
Pink XII, of course, but otherwise my TBR stack is endless…mostly mysteries and historical fiction.
My summer reading list is so long! Both of your books, Francine Rivers has a couple I need to catch up on and I want to read All the light We Cannot See and Alarm Girl and The Light Between Oceans and many more!
the new Beatriz Williams!
I’m also reading Dead Wake (very interesting), just finished #2 & 4 of the Maggie Hope series (what my library had) now hoping to find 1 & 3! And of course Moonflower and Other Daughter!
Finishing up Ruth’s Journey and To Marry an English Lord. I plan on re-reading the entire Pink series to get me ready for Lure of the Moonflower, some Georgette Heyer, The Chalice by Nancy Bilyeau, and may finish the Montmaray Journals by Michelle Cooper.
Everything! I’m currently in line for 19 books at the library. Right now I’m reading the Alexander McCall Smith version of Emma.
Currently reading the Outlander Series, Grapes of Wrath, Insurgent, Mockingjay, Unbroken and One Fifth Avenue. I am a mood reader so I like to have many options available depending on the day. Oh, and I just started Helen of Sparta by Amalia Carosella…great so far 🙂 Can’t wait for The Other Daughter!!!
Currently reading Susanna Kearsley’s new book A Desperate Fortune. After this one who knows!
My summer reading list is pretty short: The 6th Extinction by James Rollins, The White Queen by Philippa Gregory, and The Other Daughter. With a toddler and a baby due in September I’ll be lucky to get those read. One book a month should be doable, right?
•Midnight Manzanilla – can’t wait until release!
I’m re-reading all of the Outlander series! The new TV show inspired me.
“My first five husbands…and the ones that got away”!
Besides The Lure of the Moonflower and The Other Daughter, I recently started the Roma Sub Rosa Mystery Series Steven Saylor and have finished the 1st 2 and want to get back to the rest. I think I am moving into a Mystery phase so probably will see whatever mysteries out there that grab my interest and then I have a book I picked up on the $1 rack called The Pirate’s Daughter by Margaret Cezair-Thompson that looked interesting that takes place in Jamaica and has Errol Flynn in it (anybody read it? What did you think?).
That Summer is on my list, and Dry Bones by Craig Johnson, The Fixer by Joseph Heller, and Rock with Wings by Anne Hillerman, and 5 Days to a Clutter Free House (yeah, like that’s gonna happen). Add to this the last in the Pink Series when it comes out in August.
“The Lure of the Moonflower” is next. Can’t wait to meet Jack Reed.
Too many! My goal this summer is to get through my backlog (books I own but haven’t read yet) a bit. Moonflower and Daughter may be the only new release books I allow myself to read this summer!
I want to read at least one SciFi, one fantasy, and one nonfiction book this summer, on top of everything else.
I’m reading Drums of Autumn & I’m looking forward to the Lure of the Moonflower!
I’m looking forward to Lure of the Moonflower- love Jack and Jane. 🙂 Then I’m thinking of taking an excursion into Egypt with some Elizabeth Peters, Michelle Moran, and Pauline Gedge, or perhaps I’ll revisit India with M. M. Kaye’s Shadow of the Moon, Victoria Holt’s The India Fan, and Valerie Fitzgerald’s Zemindar. Although, having just sped through Jennifer Roberson’s Robin Hood/Maid Marian series (Lady of the Forest, Lady of Sherwood), I may take an excursion into her fantasy series. The summer means fun and exploration, so it’s hard to commit to one avenue. Hopefully- time permitting- I’ll go down all of them.
My summer reading list includes “The Keepers of the house” by Shirley Ann Grau and “The Hurricane Sisters” by Dorothea Benton Frank. These are just 2 of the many books I have on my list.
The Secret Life of Violet Grant by Beatriz Williams, A Perfect Heritage by Penny Vincenzi, Wicked Charms by Janet Evanovich, China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan, and I know there are others, but I can’t recall them off the top of my head lol
Currently, I am on a scifi bend, so I am reading a YA called “A Thousand Pieces of You” aboit a daughter who is travelling through parallel dimensions to get revenge on the man who murdered her father!
I’m still trying to read What We’ve Lost is Nothing, which is a part of the Summer Reading Program at the library I work for. I also need to catch up on the Pink series as well as the Maggie Hope series. Hopefully I can! 🙂
Well that is a loaded question:
Mr. Mercedes – King
The Circle – Eggers
All the books my students will be reading next year… (Romeo and Juliet, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Waiting for Snow in Havana, Short Stories -not sure of the authors making changes-, and Of Mice and Men.)
Lure of the Moon Flower – Willig
Any other books that catch my eye.
I just finished rereading Winston Graham’s Poldark series in honor of the new television series, and I am looking forward to both Moonflower and The Other Daughter. For work, I am doing background reading for my new research project on rebellions in the 1760s, so there’s lots of rebelling and mayhem in the bookcase next to my desk.
Tiny Little Thing by Beatriz Williams and That Summer are at the top of my list as well as the Cousins O’Dwyer trilogy by Nora Roberts and Why do you Love by Jennifer Weimer.
So many books! On book 55 of my 75 book challenge with Goodreads.
The last two Pink Carnation books
A Desperate Fortune
More Julia Quinn
More Eloisa James
It’s a great start to summer.
The Lure of the Moonflower, obviously, but also Mary Robinette Kowal’s Of Noble Family.
What ISN’T on my reading list, lol? Re-reading the Outlander series + The Dead Assassin, Court of Thorns and Roses, The Invasion of the Tearling, The Little Paris Bookshop, The Book of Speculation, A Study in Death, Ink and Bone, The Pretender’s Lady, Hooked on Ewe, Lady Maybe, the Curiosity Keeper, etc, etc, etc
Just pulled Margaret Atwood’s Moral Disorder out of the “to-read” pile, and then just bought Beatriz Williams’ The Secret Life of Violet Grant and Philippa Gregory’s The King’s Curse. The Lure of the Moonflower goes without saying!
I’m reading “Summer Visits” by Margery Sharpe, and “England for All Seasons” by Susan Allen Toth!
I have a ton of books. About to start the latest Sidney Chambers and the Forgiveness of Sin; then An Early Wake by Sheila Connolly and Valour and Vanity by Mary Robinette Kowal. Also the latest Tracy Grant on my Nook.
Moonflower and books for work
I’m anxiously awaiting Moonflower, but I’m starting Kate Quinn’s latest book, Lady of the Eternal City soon!
Tracy Grant’s The Mayfair Affair is next on my summer reading list! And Moonflower, of course.
“The Lure of the Moonflower” of course! And “A Study in Death” by Anna Lee Huber — reminds me of Deanna Raybourn!
Of course, the next Pink book. But I love so many genres. Some are: The Scorpion Rules by Erin Bow (hoping to get one at ALA Annual) The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt, The Pox Party by MT Anderson, The Rose Society by Marie Lu (another ALA hopeful) and Catherine the Great by Robert Massie. Plus there are too many good books coming out this summer. So excited!
“The Lure of the Moonflower” and “The Sound of Glass”.
Moonflower!!!! Anything and everything by Simone St James and Susanna Kearsley. A little non-fiction of the historical kind. And endless rounds of Oliver Jeffers kid books several times a day.
I just now finished One Thousand White Women and next up is Dangerous to Know by Tasha Alexander.
Looking forward to doing a complete re-read of the Pink Series, as well.
A Study in Death, the 4th Lady Darby mystery.
The Truth According to Us. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, The Sound of Glass as well as finishing reread on Pink series 🙂
Among many others, will be reading All the Light We Cannot See for a book club, and hope to read Re Jane (and of course Moonflower…comes out right before my vacation so can’t wait!)
The Hunger Games (try to get the hype)
The Passion of Purple Plumeria
One Man’s Art
and hopefully a few surprises…
Tiny Little Thing by Beatriz Williams, A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn, The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie, and Platinum Doll by Anne Girard.
Some of the things I want to read include The Most of Nora Ephron, The Girl on the Train, Astronaut Wives, The Housekeeper & the Professor, and The Blondes.
Me and Georgette (D.B. Schaefer)
Still haven’t read Manzanilla so I have that AND Moonflower to look forward to! Also All The Light We cannot See has been on my list for a while and I’ve been wanting to read some Beatriz Williams. Of course after reading these comments my TBR list just got longer 🙂
I am eagerly looking forward to several releases this summer (and fall) including “A Study in Death” (Lady Darby #4) by Anna Lee Huber, “A Curious Beginning” (Veronica Speedwell #1) by Deanna Raybourn (SOOO excited for this new series!), and “The Adventuress” (Lady Emily #10) by Tasha Alexander, and of course, “The Lure of the Moonflower”!! Hopefully I can decide on a couple of others to take on vacation in July!
What ISN’T on the list? The final Pink book, obviously, and The Other Daughter. I’ve been reading Tana French – so starting Faithful Place next – Davis’ latest mystery is out next month, Deadly Election, which I always devour – and a huge stack of other mysteries I haven’t gotten around to yet!
Currently it’s The Kings Curse by Phillipa Gregory. Would love to ad a Lauren Willig book to my list 🙂
Just started listening to Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein, whose other two books were to die for. Just finished blowing through Sarah J. Maas’s newest, A Court of Thorns and Roses, and Suddenly One Summer by Julie James. And waiting not-so-patiently for the final Pink Carnation!
Your two gooks, of course, Dragonfly in Amber, The Boys in the boat, Mary Balogh’s newest, and whatever else looks good.
Books, good grief, saw it too late to fix…..arrgh…
I really want to get to An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir, and the second book (The Winter Rose) in Jennifer Donnelly’s Tea Rose series! And I’m sure there will be many many more!
Of course the last pink book 😉
But I just finished Stephanie laurel new book
And later next month a map of Texas 🙂
I have read Mary Alice Monroe’s The Summer’s End, Mary Kay Andrews Beach Town and plan on buying Dorothea Benton Frank’s All the Single Ladies. I plan on reading Ashford Affair. I would love to get a copy of The Other Daughter please! Thank you!
Eagerly awaiting the next Lady Darby mystery, A Study in Death by Anna Lee Huber. Comes out July 7th!!
I finally want to get through “Gone With the Wind” this summer 🙂
The 65 or so books languishing in my to-be-read piles, including Pillars of the Earth and its sequel, a bunch of Jane Austen fan fiction, and some social justice books.
On my summer reading list this year are:
1. Lure of the Moonflower (Can’t wait)
2. The next Lady Darby mystery, A Study in Death, by Anna Lee Huber
3. Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman
4. A curious beginning- the first in the new Deanna Raybourn series.
Omg. My list is so long. Moonflower if August still counts as summer 🙂 Reading Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead right now, “Red” and “For Real” by Alison Cherry and “into the mouth of the wolf” by Nicole Maggi…and that’s just the start. While I’d buy a copy anyway, wait list at library for TOD is already over 30 ppl. Thank goodness I’m only #10. What a treat if get earlier!!!
I have a box full of books!!!
So many in my pile! The Midnight Rose by Lucinda Riley. The Midnight Queen by Sylvia Izzo Hunter. The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness. Plus I want to reread Amanda Stevens The Graveyard Queen series. And of course I am going to be reading your book, too!!
shards of hope
Plan to re-read That Summer (and your 2 new books). The Light in the Forest by Conrad Richter and Drums Along The Mohawk. Arabella by Georgette Heyer (a great cinderella story) Emma by Alexander Mcall Smith, The Red Lily Crown by Elizabeth Loupas,latest Lady Darby mystery, Falling in Love(latest Guido Brunetti series. Also some re-reads of Victoria Holt and Mary Stewart and latest royal spyness mystery by Rhys Bowen.
I’ve finally gotten my hands on a copy of the Secret Life of Violet Grant, which I’ve been dying to read for ages!
800 Grapes, new Karen White, awaiting new one by Pam Jenoff, the new Judy Blume, and Lauren’s two newest.
The Lure of the Moonflower!!! And besides that… I have Tiny Little Thing by Beatriz Williams and A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin on my reading list. Also super excited for Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike #3) by Robert Galbraith (Pseudonym for J.K. Rowling) which comes out on in Oct. 2015 (not quite summer but excited 🙂 )
“Lady of Magick,” the second book in a new series called the Noctis Magicae by Sylvia Izzo Hunter. The first book, The Midnight Queen, was so good!
Of course the Lure of the Moonflower but also Tiny Little Thing- Beatriz Williams, Dragonfly in Amber- Diana Gabledon, and re reading Overseas- Beatriz Williams
Lots and lotsmy tbr shelf is overflowing. Looking forward to pink 12 and have been participating in the pink re-read on the bubblebath reader but recently discovered charles todd Nurse Bess series.
I’m on the ALA Notable Books Council, so I am getting dozens of books in the mail every month that I have to evaluate.
Pink 12 and The Sound of Glass!
The Lure of the Moonflower of course, which we have all been waiting for! I am re-reading Georgette Heyer’s mystery, No Wind of Blame.
Moonflower, of course!
The Lure of the Moonflower of course! And anything by Beatriz Williams
Catching up on Song of Fire and Ice series
I’ve just started the Finishing School series by Gail Carriger, so I hope to finish those out through early summer. Then I’ll probably move the Pink re-read to be prepared for Jane’s book!
It’s winter here in Australia, so I’m cheering myself up on grey, cold afternoons by tackling my toppling heap of to-be-reads including several Victoria Holt novels I was lucky to find in my local Op Shop (thrift store)
I’m currently reading Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon and Now Face to Face by Karleen Koen.
Very anxious to read “That Summer” and also will be reading more of Charles Todd’s Inspector Rutledge mysteries.
As a teacher I have a never ending TBR pile!!!
If You Only Knew, Kristan Higgins’ foray into women’s fiction!
At Yes to the Marquess (Tessa Dare)
Behold Your Mother (Tim Staples)
I plan to read Sweet Summer Kisses, a collection of romantic novellas written by 9 talented authors!
I am excited to read the newest Elizabeth Fremantle. I have it at my bedside now. And a whole huge other stack too!
Definitely ‘The Lure of the Moonflower’, but also ‘Uprooted’ by Naomi Novik and ‘The Fifth Gospel’ by Ian Caldwell.
I haven’t had time to think about a reading list, but I should probably start with “The book of life,” which I have had for ages and have not yet read…
The Lure of the Moonflower!
Pink 12, malice at the palace, and catch up on Philippa Gregory’s recent books: the white princess, the king’s curse and the taming of the queen.
Re-reading classics by Austen. I’ve never been able to read all of them but their on my list now. I’m determined to get through them!
Rhys Bowen’s Malice at the Palace!
All the Pink Books again(obviously); Linda Winsor’s “Fires of Glennmara” trilogy(again); Qui Nguyen’s works(as many as I can find); Anne Perry; John Mortimer; and Stephen Gould’s “Jumper: Griffen’s Story”.
Life After Life.
Marshall Goldsmith’s Triggers, Daniel Kirwan’s Palace and Hovel, and Wednesday Martin’s Prinates of Park Avenye.
I will be starting Kate Ross’s mystery series, set in the early 19th century and featuring English dandy/detective Julian Kestrel.
I”ll be reading Madeline Hunter’s back list– just finished His Wicked Reputation and loved, loved it.
And Karen White’s back list–Sound of Glass was fabulous!!
Jane’s novel, of course!
The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach by Pam Jenoff
I’ve been binge-reading Jennifer Crusie and trying to finish the Cuckoo’s Calling.
My reading list for this summer is all the previous books from The Pink Carnation series as a warm up for The Lure of the Moonflower.
Other than the Last Pink and the Other Daughter (of course), the new Beatriz Williams, Deanna Raybourn, and Anna Lee Huber are all on my list. Also on the list: Accidental Empress and the Traitorous Wife, Hissing Cousins, the Invisible Bridge, and the Boston Girl. And many other books now too, thanks to this great contest!
The Lure of the Moonflower of course! I also want to start the Sebastian St. Cyr series and read Mary Balogh’s latest Survivor’s Club.
Busman’s Honeymoon by DL Sayers
I have a ‘to read’ list that will never end. But Uprooted by Naomi Novik and catching up on the last couple Pink books for sure.
The Lure of the Moonflower, Magic Shifts, Tiny Little Thing, & Malice at the Palace
Tasha Alexander’s the adventuress and Deanna Rayburn’s new book. I will have to find many more to keep me busy over the summer but school isn’t out quite yet!
I’m dipping back into Loretta Chase’s novels, starting with Miss Wonderful (fun!). BTW: Thanks Lauren for introducing me to this author.
Besides those and the Moonflower & the Other Daughter, there’s the 8-week summer school session (sigh!).
The Martian by Andy Weir. Heard about it at a Reader’s Advisory Conference and it sounded great! Can’t wait to start it.
Moonflower & The Other Daughter, of course! Along with a huge stack of others. I’m thinking about starting the Poldark series. Also, I’m waiting for my copy of Harper Lee’s book to arrive in July.
More Pink! Plus now that I’m up to date on the Game of Thrones TV series, I’m ready to settle down and read the books.
I’m excited to read The Other Daughter as well as A Study in Death by Anna Lee Huber.
Always too many books, not enough time!
So many! Moonflower (of course), Sirens of Titan (Vonnegut), Sweet Life in Paris (liebowitz), various nonfiction, maybe some Cara Elliott?
So many things on my To-Read list, but at the moment reading “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr and looking forward to reading “The Girl on the Train.”
Pink 12 (of course), The Other Daughter, as well as A few classics I haven’t read before (Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, etc.)
I have three new library books sitting here to look through my half hour lunch. 🙂
The Man Born to be King by Sayers
Jamestown the Buried Truth by Kelso
The Buried Giant by Ishiguro
My list is a bit long.. Mostly books I want to re read.
The Selection (Kiera Cass), A God in Ruins (Kate Atkinson), and re-reading Game of Thrones Book 5 because HBO series has me all mixed up : )
Carol Linden’s Scandal seris and I just started Grace Burrowes Thomas from her Jaded Gentleman series.
I’m reading a lot about Prohibition right now for research purposes, but I’d also love to get to Longbourn, Tiny Little Thing, and Case Histories
What isn’t on my reading list?
In the Unlikely Event- Judy Blume
Daisy Miller- Henry James
Go Set A Watchman- Harper Lee
The Long Way Home- Louise Penny
The Nightingale- Kristin Hannah
Wings of Glass- Gina Holmes
Up next is Dorothy Must Die! Can’t wait to get my hands on The Other Daughter also!
I’m re-reading Pride and Prejudice and I have a huge stack I need to get to if other books plus some cookbooks I like to read through.
X by Sue Grafton comes out in August, I’m excited for that one. Currently finishing up Q is for Quarry by Sue Grafton, and I have some Raymond Chandler up next – I love the Philip Marlowe radio dramas but never read the books, so that will be fun.
I’m currently reading The Secret Life of Violet Grant. I also want to get A Hundred Summers. Lure of the Moonflower is also on my reading list and more Gaslight Mystery novels by Victoria Thompson. 🙂
Way too many to list, but I am especially looking forward to the new Beatriz Williams book that comes out next week (?). Thank you for turning me onto her.
Too many to count!
The Oz books
Game of Thrones
Sense and Sensibility
A lot! But now that I finally finished “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell,” I’m looking forward to reading “The Once and Future King.”
The Richard Gailbraith novels
The Lure of the Moonflower. I’m finishing a book called Women in the Church. I’ve got to reread Dragonfly in Amber. And any other book I stumble upon that takes place between 1880-1929.
I just finished a book called The Great Influenza that I thought was awesome. And now I’m listening on my Audible account Consider the Fork, which is intereseting too.
Very much looking forward to some “me time” when this book finally comes out!!!
Hoping to get to Uprooted by Naomi Novik 🙂 It’s been getting lots of great write-ups.
So many books to read but the next on my nightstand is The fifth Gospel.
Oh man, so many books! I am going to finish The Year of Reading Dangerously, that’s for sure!
I’m excited to read My Dearest Rogue by Elizabeth Hoyt – I’ve been so looking forward to that one!
The Lure of the Moonflower for sure! Currently getting ready to dig into “Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.
In a complete departure for this group 😉 …I’m reading the Neal Stephensons I’ve skipped over the past few years. (Just finished Seveneves and re-read REAMDE. Trying Anathem now.)