Well, well, people keep sending me links and notes about upcoming titles for March, and there are more must-buys on the list than I expected.
Not only do we have The Voyage of the Basilisk, Shadow Scale, and Pyramids of London, we also have:
Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein.
AND we also have Jinx’s Fire by Sage Blackwood.
About time. I’m worried about Simon, who was caught in a pretty nasty trap at the end of the last book.
Also, Dead Heat, the latest installment in Patricia Briggs’ Alpha and Omega series, is out in March.
Not only that, but Vision in Silver is coming out from Anne Bishop. That’s the third book in her enormously catchy “Others” series. I’m dying to read it, despite the worldbuilding implausibility, and not every author can make me just look away from implausibility and enjoy the story.
I should write a post about that sometime because now that I think about it, I can think of other authors who are like that for me and I think I can see at least some of what they’re doing successfully that makes their books work for me.
Okay, and while I’m at it, let me add that Tracker, the 16th Foreigner novel, is supposed to be coming out in early April, so there’s that, too.
This is why I never bother to declare a moratorium on buying new books while I whittle down my various TBR piles. There’s just no hope of any such moratorium sticking for more than a week or two.
Anybody else got a March release they’re really looking forward to?