Book Blogger Hop Jan 28

Friday, January 28, 2011

Book Blogger HopThis is the Book Blogger Hop, hosted at crazy-for-books.com


This week's question for discussion:


"What book are you most looking forward to seeing published in 2011? Why are you anticipating that book?"


Despite my relative disappointment with The God of the Hive (review), I am looking forward to Pirate King, the next Mary Russell book. I just re-read A Monstrous Regiment of Women (book two), and am reminded why I love the series.


Other than that, I just don't know.  I don't tend to hear about most books months ahead of time, unless I'm already following the author, and there are only a few authors I currently like enough to follow.

(Not to mention some of the authors I like who are still releasing books, are of the type whose books are on the schedule of "Well, you know, another book will be finished eventually, and it might be this book or it might be something else... or not.")
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6 comments:

Tasha said...

Just stopping by to share some Friday blog love! Hope you have a great weekend! Come and link your Favourite Author reviews on this week's Read My Review

Howard Sherman said...

The book I’m most expecting in 2011 is by an author I crossed off my “Favorite author” list.

He’s back on that list now.

Who’s the author? Raymond Feist? What’s the book? A Kindgom Besieged.

Hop on over to my website to read all about it – http://www.howardsherman.net

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pussreboots said...

I'm also looking forward to the Pirate King. I am looking forward to three other books. Come see what they are.

Julie @ Knitting and Sundries said...

I hadn't heard of this series; I'm going to have to check it out!

Lindsay said...

Thank's for coming by, everyone! Have a nice day, and if you're in the Northeast with me, take care with all the recent snow!

Lindsay said...

@Julie: I really enjoy the Mary Russell books, although I had some problems with the most recent one. Here's my review (on third? fourth? re-read) of the first book, The Beekeeper's Apprentice. Laurie R. King does a really nice job. I'm a big Holmes fan, but very particular about other author's interpretations, and these are my very favorite pastiches.

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