Monday, May 30, 2011

Monday In My Mailbox - What Are You Reading - What's Beside Your Bed?

In My Mailbox, It's Monday, What are you Reading, and What's Beside Your Bed? are weekly memes hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren, Sheila at Book Journey, and Nanny at Getting Naughty Between the Stacks, respectively. All three 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!).

New in my mailbox this week are:

Under Heaven by Guy Gavriel Kay (a nice, thick paperback - I think this will be my first big summer read)
Able One by Ben Bova (been curious about this one for a while - a used bookstore find)
Blood Rights by Kristen Painter (for review)
The Devil's Garden by Jane Kindred (for review)

Under Heaven   Able One   Blood Rights (House of ComarrĂ©)   The Devil's Garden

As always, I'm generally hopping between books as the mood grabs me. Teasing me for time and seducing my attentions this week are:

Alice in Genderland by Richard J. Novic (review coming this week)
Far Future Fembot: Bill's Story by D.B. Story (definitely looking forward to this)
Ysabel by Guy Gavriel Kay (not sure why it's taken me so long to read this one, but it's magnificent)
Lola Dances by Victor J. Banis (this is what's beside my bed this week)

Alice in Genderland: A Crossdresser Comes of Age   Far Future Fembot: Bill's Story   Ysabel   Lola Dances

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


  1. Under Heaven looks good. Have to check out if you review it. Thanks for linking up and It's Getting Naughty Between the Stacks. LOL! No worries though everybody seems to want to make that same mistake.

  2. Droping by to say Hi *waves*
    Following you...

    Here's my Monday list

    by Era Penera
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  4. The Devils Garden has a fantastic cover! Enjoy your books!

  5. Interesting collection of books. This coming week is my last week off before summer session. I have a few books I want to finish before school begins. Come see what they are.