Every now and again, I'll see a title on Amazon Vine that grabs my attention and, despite my teetering mountain of TBR titles, I just have to have it! This is one of those titles:
and she was by Alison Gaylin
On a summer afternoon in 1998, six-year-old Iris Neff walked away from a barbecue in her small suburban town . . . and vanished.
The blurb on this claims that this book is the Coffee, Tea, or Me? for the 21st century. I borrowed that book ages ago from the library and loved it, so how am I supposed to resist? Thanks William Morrow!
by Heather Poole
Real-life flight attendant Heather Poole has written a charming and funny insider's account of life and work in the not-always-friendly skies. Cruising Attitude is a Coffee, Tea, or Me? for the 21st century, as the author parlays her fifteen years of flight experience into a delightful account of crazy airline passengers and crew drama, of overcrowded crashpads in "Crew Gardens" Queens and finding love at 35,000 feet.
Received an email request from the author to review her new book. I read the excerpt and was hooked!
by Kenya Wright
Since the 1970s humans have forced supernaturals to live in caged cities. Silver brands embedded in their foreheads identify them by species: a full moon for Vampires, a crescent moon for Shifters, a pair of wings for Fairies, and the list goes on, for each supernatural species has been tagged and categorized by humans.
What did you get in your mailbox this week?
Leave me a link and I'll stop by to check it out!