#augustbreak: make my day, why don't you

This day has not gone well. I woke up with a stiff neck and it’s gone downhill from there. And then the doorbell rang, and a very nice man handed me a package full of wonderful books. I can’t wait to sail in!

  • Kate Morton, The Secret Keeper (ARC edition, coming out on October 9 if you believe Goodreads or October 16 if you believe the ARC cover)
  • Felix J. Palma, The Map of the Sky (hardcover, coming out on September 4—you have just enough time to read the first book, The Map of Time, which was a five-star book for me)
  • James Treadwell, Advent (hardcover, and it’s been out for a good long while)

Dear lovely people at Simon and Schuster, you fixed up today. If these books are as good as your timing, I have a lot to look forward to.

As for the rest of you: I’ve finally moved my book reviews (which I haven’t done in eons) to a separate page so that they aren’t in the flow of the regular journal posts. I’ll still link a heads-up when I’ve written a review of a book I think you might like, but for those of you who don’t care, they’re out of the way. More about this when things sort themselves out house-sale-wise.