Book Wishlist

My TBR pile threatening to overflow off my bookshelves and trap me until I die a slow death by papercuts doesn’t stop me from ogling pretty pretty books that I don’t have (yet). Some of the top ones that are really calling to me lately:

midnight never come coverMidnight Never Come by Marie Brennan.

(Goodreads page)

Isn’t this a gorgeous cover? This isn’t exactly a new book, it came out in 2008, but I’m very intrigued. I love alternate histories, and I’m a sucker for ones with fairy drama in a secret/under/parallel/etc world. This one’s set in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, which is a time period I haven’t read a lot about for several years, so it would be nice to read something set then again.


feral magic cover

Feral Magic by Robin D. Owens

(Goodreads page)

This is an enovella that is apparently fairly different from Owens’ other books (according to a reviewer on Goodreads, at least). I’ve so far liked everything I’ve read by her, so I expect I’d like this too. Shapeshifters and alternate dimensions and romance? Sounds good to me! Unfortunately it’s not available on kobo yet… but when it is, I think I will be snapping this up. You can read a cut scene on the author’s blog.


matchbox girls cover

Matchbox Girls by Chrysoula Tzavelas

(Goodreads page)

Another book with a great cover. I have heard nothing but good things about this book, and can’t wait to read it. This will probably be the next book I buy.

What’s on your wishlist?


3 thoughts on “Book Wishlist

  1. Mikaela

    We have similar taste in books 🙂 I am waiting for Feral Magic to show up on Kobo too. Yes, I can buy it from Amazon, but I refuse to pay 6 dollar for a novella.( 2.99+ 3 dollar in Whispernet fees)

    1. lillianwheeler Post author

      Wow, I didn’t even know about the 3$ whispernet fees. Yeah i wouldn’t pay that for a novella either. I’m waiting for kobo because I only have kobo as an ereader right now (kobo app on my tablet) – I suppose I could download a kindle app, but I don’t really want to since I hardly use my kobo to begin with (so far, only for freebies). I’m still way more comfortable with print books… I’m a bit of a dinosaur lol

      1. Mikaela

        I primarily read e-books these day, although there are a handful authors I get in paper :). ( It is much cheaper for me, the prices are almost 50% lower than the local bookstores)

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