13 Books for 2013

My most anticipated reads:

And many more…. *jazz hands*

I can’t wait!!! What books are you most looking forward to this year?

32 thoughts on “13 Books for 2013

    1. I know! I can’t wait to read it. Even though I was disappointed with Her Fearful Symmetry, she’s still one of my favorite authors.

  1. F@$#!!!!! You had to do this post didn’t you :p I had no idea there was new Audrey Niffenegger this year!!!!!! OMG I am so excited now!!!! And the new Holly Black sounds amazing too!! May 7th is going to be an amazing day πŸ˜€ And it’s four days before my bday! Happy bday to me πŸ˜€

  2. I’m planning to read Level 2 as well, I don’t know Lenore personally but I’ve visited her blog a few times, the story sounds great, and reading a book by a book blogger just feels right. I’d like to start reading Gaiman, my knowledge of his work is currently limited to what others have written about it.

    1. Agreed. Have to support our fellow bloggers, right? πŸ™‚

      You must read Gaiman. Start anywhere; they are all fantastic!

  3. I’ve heard so many good things about Susanna Kearsly that I just scooped up four of her e-books on sale. Can’t wait to get a chance to read them!

    1. I absolutely stinking HATE I missed that day of the sale. I didn’t read the email until the next morning. Ugh!

    1. Not until you told me! I’m still trying to work out how I can get there. I really really really want to go!

    1. I forgot about the Mary Roach. Course, I’ve only read Stiff. I need to read the others; I do enjoy her “unique” style!

    1. Cool! I’m going to wait to see if I can go see Lenore in February before buying a copy. If I can’t make it, Kathy offered to get me a signed copy. I JUST HOPE I CAN GO!!!!!

  4. I am so excited for Gaiman’s new novel!

    You have a lot of great-looking books on this list. I’m going to have to check a few of them out for myself and see if they’re something I’d like to add to my to-buy list.

  5. I was just telling Chris that I feel a bit lame because I don’t keep up with new releases. But good thing YOU guys do!! πŸ™‚ The Gaiman one looks absolutely gorgeous (judging from the cover of course).

    Happy New Year dear Heather!!

  6. I’m looking forward to Gaiman’s novel, too. And oooh I didn’t know Margo Lanagan had a new book coming out, too. AND Susanna Kearsley? So many great books.. all the time. Can’t keep up.

  7. I want to read Lenore’s book, too! I hope I get to this year. I am going to go check out now the ones on your list I didn’t know about. I hope your reading year is as good as it looks like it will be!

  8. I almost hesitate to mention that I have read a couple of those already (Lost Art of Mixing oh, and…. The Firebird). Almost, but not quite.

    Loved, loved The Firebird! I have already started asking her when we can expect the next book! Poor woman.

  9. Firebird, Level 2 and Scarlet are all on my list, also, but my #1 most anticipated novel is The Illusion of Separateness by Simon Van Booy. His website says it’s due for release in July but I thought I saw a comment saying it’ll be out in May. Either way, I’m chomping at the bit. Cannot wait to read another Simon book.

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