Welcome back to Lamon Reviews. Today I wanted to give you guys a list of the books I have heard about recently that caught my eye. They all sound really good.
If you follow me on twitter, you know I have recently started sharing the book reviews I read daily. I don’t know why I haven’t been doing this before, but as you know my goal is to encourage literacy and reading via my platforms.
As I read reviews the number of books on my TBR keeps growing. Thats alright!
Whenever I find a book that piques my interest, one of the first things I do is head over to my library website to see if they have the title. This year I have been in luck and most titles have been available. For many I have found myself number 30 or higher on its wait list.
Today alone I found 3 books to add to my TBR pile, thanks to other book bloggers and their wonderful reviews.
- The Dressmakers of Auschwitz by Lucy Adlington
- The Backup Offer by Liz Crowe
- Thou Shalt Not Be An Indian by Robert kakakaway
For The Dressmakers of Auschwitz by Lucy Adlington, I was luckily able to scramble onto my library’s hold list. But then they didn’t have Thou Shalt Not Be An Indian. I was unable to even recommend it because I had hit my recommendation limit. I did not realize I had hit my quota.
The Backup Offer by Liz Crowe sounded like something I would like, but since I could not even get on a wait list, I looked at other titles by her and found a 2019 release titled Sweet Bitter Honey that is in my wheelhouse and added it to my TBR wishlist.
Luckily until it is my turn on the wait list, I will have several books to keep me reading late into the night. Next up, Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. I have heard such great things about it and can not wait to dive in.
Day before yesterday I finished Horror Stör by Grady Hendrix. It was fantastic. I haven’t started The Final Girl Support Group yet, but its on deck as it were.
Well that is it for me right now. What books have you added to your TBR? Have you read any of the titles I mentioned? Let me know in the comments below.
And As Always…
Go forth, dear readers, support your favorite indie authors and encourage reading and literacy.