TBR Thursday: July 3

Searching for Jane Austen - Emily Auerbach Sirena - Donna Jo Napoli The Darkangel - Meredith Ann Pierce The Doctors Are In: The Essential and Unofficial Guide to Doctor Who's Greatest Time Lord - Graeme Burk, Robert Smith Hannu Rajaniemi: Collected Fiction - Hannu Rajaniemi The Feminine Future: Early Science Fiction by Women Writers (Dover Thrift Editions) - Mike Ashley Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré

I'm currently working my way through Searching for Jane Austen by Emily Aurbach. I can never get enough books about Jane Austen, especially when they are as well researched and well written as this one.


I've probably acquired over 30 books in the month of June, but instead of tackling any of those, I got a wild hare and decided to grab a couple of books from the library. They are actually re-reads, but I read them so long ago I don't remember ANYTHING about them: The Darkangel by Meredith Ann Pierce and Sirena by Donna Jo Napoli. Napoli was one of my absolute favorite writers as a teenager, especially since fairy tale retellings are my genre kryptonite (read: my weakness), so I'm hoping it holds up.


I'm also hoping to make my way through a couple of NetGalley ARCs, as I've let them fall a bit behind lately. First on the list is The Doctors are In, followed (hopefully) by Hannu Rajaniemi: Collected Fiction and The Feminine Future.


I'm also super duper stressed out lately, so I'm also re-listening to the Harry Potter books, narrated by the fabulous Jim Dale. It soothes my soul.