Monday, February 14, 2011

Monday In My Mailbox - What Are You Reading?

In My Mailbox and It's Monday, What are you Reading? are weekly memes hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren and Sheila at Book Journey, respectively. Both are great ways to share the books you're either reading, or shifting to the top of your TBR pile (because, let's face it, sometimes a little shifting is the best we can manage!).

Most recent arrivals in my Mailbox are:

Heart of Change by Roxy Harte (to be reviwed for Queer Magazine Online)
The Servant by Mary Calmes (to be reviwed for Queer Magazine Online)
Chasing Love by Ronica Black (to be reviwed for Queer Magazine Online)
Dance of the Baccha by Nancy Cole (courtesy of the author)
Rude Mechanicals & Pornotopia by M. Christian (courtesy of the author)
Darklands: A Vampire's Tale by Donna Burgess (won from Lisabet Sarai's Beyond Romance blog)
The Door at the Top of the StairsCredo’s Hope by Alison Holt (courtesy of the author)
Chasing Hope by Jenny Walker (purchased)
Travels Through Love And Time by Christine Hall Volkoff  (courtesy of the publisher)
As always, I'm generally hopping between books as the mood grabs me. Currently teasing me for time and seducing my attentions are:

The House of Blood by Wayne C. Rogers (should be finishing this one today . . . watch for the review soon!)
Becoming by L.E. Bryce (a lovely and romantic slice of tender, almost tentative erotica)
The Bachelor Machine by M. Christian (erotica for science-fiction lovers . . . inventive and hot)
The Gambit by Nancy Cole (another wonderful piece of empowering transgender fiction from the author of Tips)
Zombielicious by Timothy McGivney (crazy zombie fun featuring a pair of gay heroes, an ex-porn star turned nurse, a disgruntled security guard, and a wanna-be starlet)
Exploits by Poppet (a very interesting take on the traditional bdsm theme)

The House of Blood  Becoming  The Bachelor Machine: Erotic Stories by M. Christian  The Gambit  Zombielicious  Exploits

Well, that's it for now . . . what are you reading?


  1. Cool! I hope you like THE BACHELOR MACHINE -- of course I am a tad (ahem) prejudiced :-)

  2. New follower! :) Great IMM. It looks like you got a lot of cool books!