34 Reasons to Hit the Bookstore

CKiernan-Drowning GirlAs if anyone needs a reason to run to their favorite bookstore, check out all the fabulous titles that have hit the shelves today. There’s a ton of great authors here…why are you still reading this, go to the bookstore now! *grin* Wait, did I miss any? If so, let us know!

  1. Illuminate by Aimee Agresti (Gilded Wings #1)
  2. Wicked Edge by Nina Bangs
  3. Now or Never by Michele Bardsley (Wizards of Nevermore #2)
  4. Bridge of Dreams by Anne Bishop (Ephemera #3)
  5. Fair Game by Patricia Briggs (Alpha Omega #4)
  6. Taking a Shot by Jaci Burton (Play by Play #3)
  7. Dying Wish by Shannon Butcher (Sentinel Wars)
  8. Waltz This Way by Dakota Cassidy (Ex-Trophy Wives #3)
  9. Everlasting by Elizabeth Chandler (Kissed by an Angel #5)
  10. The Royal Pain by MaryJanice Davidson
  11. Geared for Pleasure by Rachel Grace (Elemental Steam #1)
  12. Afterlife by Claudia Gray (Evernight)
  13. Balthazar by Claudia Gray
  14. Katana by Cole Gibsen
  15. Oracle’s Moon by Thea Harrison (Elder Races #4)
  16. Eventide by Elle Jasper (Dark Ink Chronicles #3)
  17. The Drowning Girl by Caitlin Kiernan
  18. And Blue Skies From Pain by Stina Leicht
  19. Soul Bound by Mari Mancusi (Blood Coven #7)
  20. Discount Armageddon by Seanan McGuire (InCryptid #1)
  21. Crucible of Gold by Naomi Novik (Temeraire #7)
  22. Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
  23. Dead Is a Battlefield by Marlene Perez
  24. Hunter’s Prey by Moira Rogers (Bloodhound #2)
  25. Darkness Undone by Jessa Slade (Marked #4)
  26. Wrong Side of Hell by Juliana Stone
  27. Doubletake by Rob Thurman (Cal Leandros #7)
  28. Dire Needs by Stephanie Tyler (Eternal Wolf Clan)
  29. Nightborn by Lynn Viehl (Lords of the Darkyn #1)
  30. Vampire’s Kiss by Veronica Wolff (The Watchers #2)
  31. Brave New Love: 13 Dystopian Tales of Desire an anthology

    Antho-Brave New LoveYoung love has always had its challenges, but even so, the world falling apart at its seams is a pretty big obstacle. This stellar collection of YA dystopian tales explores survival of the fittest in terms of love, passion, and humanity. When the survival of the human race is at stake, what will it take for the bond between two people to hold strong together?

    Featuring some of the most well known and best-selling names of the dystopian genre, as well as the hottest up-and-coming authors, this anthology includes works from Jeanne DuPrau (City of Ember), Kiera Cass (The Selection), William Sleator (Interstellar Pig), Jesse Karp (Those That Wake), Diana Peterfreund (Secret Society Girl), Carrie Vaughn (The Kitty Norville Series), and Carrie Ryan (New York Times bestseller The Forest of Hands and Teeth).

  32. The Modern Fae’s Guide to Surviving Humanity an anthology featuring Jim C. Hines

    Antho-Modern Faes Guide to Surviving HumanityWhat if the fae were still here, living among us? Perhaps living in secret, doing their best to pass for human? Or perhaps their existence is acknowledged, but they’re still struggling to fit in. How have they survived? Are they outcasts clinging to the edges of society, or do their powers ensure success in the mortal realm? Here are fourteen fabulous tales-ranging from humor to dark fantasy-that explore how the creatures of fae are fitting into the modern world.

  33. Witches: Wicked, Wild & Wonderful an anthology featuring Neil Gaiman, Mercedes Lackey, Kelly Link, Andre Norton

    Antho-Witches: Wicked, Wild WonderfulA bewitching brew of stories sure to enchant.

    Surrounded by the aura of magic, witches have captured our imaginations for millennia and fascinate us now more than ever. No longer confined to the image of a hexing old crone, witches can be kindly healers and protectors, tough modern urban heroines, holders of forbidden knowledge, sweetly domestic spellcasters, darkly domineering, sexy enchantresses, ancient sorceresses, modern Wiccans, empowered or persecuted, possessors of supernatural abilities that can be used for good or evil—or perhaps only perceived as such. Welcome to the world of witchery in many guises: wicked, wild, and wonderful. Includes two original, never-published stories.

  34. Emperor Mollusk versus The Sinister Brain by A. Lee Martinez

    ALMartinez-Emperor Mollusk versus The Sinister BrainEmperor Mollusk.

    Intergalactic Menace. Destroyer of Worlds. Conqueror of Other Worlds. Mad Genius. Ex-Warlord of Earth.

    Not bad for a guy without a spine.

    But what’s a villain to do after he’s done . . . everything. With no new ambitions, he’s happy to pitch in and solve the energy crisis or repel aliens invaders should the need arise, but if he had his way, he’d prefer to be left alone to explore the boundaries of dangerous science. Just as a hobby, of course.

    Retirement isn’t easy though. If the boredom doesn’t get him, there’s always the Venusians. Or the Saturnites. Or the Mercurials. Or . . . well, you get the idea. If that wasn’t bad enough, there’s also the assassins of a legendary death cult and an up-and-coming megalomaniac (as brilliant as he is bodiless) who have marked Emperor for their own nefarious purposes. But Mollusk isn’t about to let the Earth slip out of his own tentacles and into the less capable clutches of another. So it’s time to dust off the old death ray and come out of retirement. Except this time, he’s not out to rule the world. He’s out to save it from the peril of THE SINISTER BRAIN!

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I am a 30-something SAHM with two adorable boys and a supportive husband who is very tolerant of my reading addiction. I love to read and easily go through about a dozen books a month – well I did before I had kids. Now, not so much. After my first son was born, I began to take my hobby of reviewing a little more serious and started Literary Escapism to help with my sanity. I love to discuss the fabulous novels I’ve read and meeting all the wonderful people in the book blogging community has been amazing.

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  1. Hi!
    You have an incredibly awesome website, and I will certainly read most og these titles one by one.

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    If you like the blog, please become a follower! I really need feedback and encouragement from experienced reviewers like you!
    Thank you!

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