Waiting on Wednesday. 02.05.2014

02.05.2014

By Zara D. Garcia-Alvarez / @ZaraAlexis

While Wednesday is usually referred to as “Hump Day,” the day smack right in the middle of the week, the “hump” that we all must try to get over—but here at The Bibliotaphe Closet, I don’t try to get over a “hump,” I’m waiting for a round of great books to hit the shelves.

Here are the books I’m anxiously waiting for:

 

Week of February 10

The Waking Engine by David Edison

the waking engine

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Wake by Anna Hope

wake

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The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

the winter people

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The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick

the good luck of right now

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Thirty Girls by Susan Minot

thirty girls

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Girl on the Golden Coin by Marci Jefferson

girl on the golden coin

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Week of February 17

The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman

the museum of extraordinary things

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The Innocent Sleep by Karen Perry

the innocent sleep

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Week of February 24

Mary Coin by Marisa Silver (Paperback)

mary coin***

The Harem Midwife by Roberta Rich (Paperback)

the harem midwife

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Long Man by Amy Greene

long man***

It’s cold and snowy outside. Which book are you anxiously waiting for this February?

Of the new releases above, which are you most interested in reading and why?

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zara cat stamp

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4 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday. 02.05.2014”

      1. Ah, ok! I didn’t realize you’re in the UK. I would have loved to meet you in person at our annual Blog Fest at Random. It’s great to review for them! So glad to have found a fellow book lover and reviewer. Very impressive. I’ll have to take a peek at “Wake.” I didn’t choose it from the Hot List. Hope you enjoy your reading for February.

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