Right. I went to the library yesterday, and then out to dinner at a friend's house, and then it was kinda late, and I watched tv instead of writing a post. (I'm watching White Collar, which is a delightful cross of caper and police procedural, and I'm 3 seasons into How I Met Your Mother, which is just quirky, and full of running gags, which, as you know, I lurve unreservedly. I love my Netflix instant queue, and I double love my Roku...)
Three books this week:
Kevin Hearne - Hounded
Hearne has written written a trilogy about the last druid, an immortal shapeshifter living in Arizona, running an occult bookstore. I seem to recall he did a Big Idea about the series over at Scalzi's Whatever - I believe, if I remember correctly, that the big idea is "An immortal Irish Druid would be kick ass!" Clearly, Hearne takes himself very very seriously. I'm hoping for quirky.
Adam Selzer - Extraordinary*
*the true story of my fairy godparent, who almost killed me, and certainly never made me a princess
So, as you know, I have a personal interest in books about fairy godparents, since I'm sorta writing a book about a fairy godparent. Thus, I must read this, to check out my competition. I think the title tells everything you need to know, except it looks like an interesting mix of unreliable narrator and counter-narrator. I'm hoping for running gags.
Ally Carter - Uncommon Criminals
The sequel to Heist Society - finally back in the library! Yay! Either they bought a new copy, or, hopefully, the person who walked off with it brought it back. Anyway, caper novel, yay!
Hmmm. No police procedural. Oh well.