The lovely M over at Buried in Print wrote a great review of Monoculture: How One Story is Changing Everything by F.S. Michaels. M writes great reviews and I usually add most of the books she writes about to my tbr list. Monoculture is no exception.
There’s a fantastic post that just went up today at Books Are My Boyfriends about books whose subject matter shouldn’t be joked about.
Even though it’s late November, it’s already time to think of next year’s reading challenges. I thought about not joining any challenges next year since I’m going to have a hectic school schedule but after reading Marg’s post at The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader about reading challenges being a challenge, I changed my mind. Are there any reading challenges that you’re looking forward to?
Speaking of 2012, Library Journal has posted their list of the 25 fiction titles they think readers should be aware of. These are books that will be published between January – April 2012. I’m interested in a few like the latest Ellis Avery book though I haven’t gotten around to reading The Teahouse Fire yet. I can’t wait to see the non-fiction titles.
Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for the Book Bloggers Holiday Card Exchange. If you love receiving mail and finding out about other bloggers, I think this is a great event to join.