New Books and ARCs, 6/16/17

Just in time for the weekend, this collection of very excellent new books and ARCs that have come to the Scalzi Compound. Let us know which of these trigger your “I gotta have that” reflex, down in the comments.

19 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 6/16/17”

  1. Matt Bowes:

    I get the occasional ebook ARC, but I don’t show them off in the book stacks for obvious reasons. Inasmuch as I suspect publicists send me the books in order to have them be seen in the stack pictures, I mostly get physical copies.

  2. willisgarycpa – Victoria, BC, Canada – Retired life-long Texan after 27 years in Public Accounting as an MBA Certified Public Accountant and 18 years in Education as an MA-English Teacher, now relocated summer 2018 to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to continue decades long self-employed career as a Poet and Writer.
    Gary Willis

    Whatever do you do with all those physical copies eventually? If you kept them all they would fill over time all the cubic space within your home! Force you out of doors or into a much bigger house.

  3. Do you ever have to buy a book any more? Or do you get pretty much everything that tickles your fancy? (I get gazillions of e-copies, as I’m a reviewer, but it seems I’m still buying additional gazillions of books.)

  4. I recently learned about paranormal were- romance (from the discussion on a work advice blog) so I’m interested in Bearly a Lady.

  5. OOoh, Unkindness of Magicians! I recently read Roses & Rot and so I’m looking forward to Kat Howard’s next.

  6. Adelise M Cullens – On my Twitter mini bio it says "I'm a hugger. Oh ... and I write things." This basically sums me up pretty nicely. I love to write, so I do. Writing, to me, is about sharing and connecting with people. I like to metaphorically reach out and hug people with my words! And as long as I am doing that, I am a happy clam. I hail from Australia, the land down under. (Where women glow and men plunder) More specifically, I am from the western burbs of Sydney. It is a truly magical place, where you can hear the call of sirens through the night and the sunsets are a bright watermelon from all the toxic pollution ... but nah, seriously, I love it here. But, about my writing, I don't tend towards any particular genre. So, if you stick with me, hopefully you will be in for some surprises along the way. to quote the great Sylvia Plath - "And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise." Hugs AMC xxx
    Adelise M Cullens

    I was going to go with “Meddling Kids” but really only because of the pretty colours, then I saw “An Unkindeness of Magicians” … What a great title!

  7. Just read about Bearly a Lady on Tor.com today, it sounds interesting. Besides, I’m starting to like the novella format more and more. Recently I have less time for reading, and this is the perfect size for me. Glad that print novellas are becoming more popular.

  8. J.F. Dubeau. I read book one and I’ve known this one was coming for a while. Now that I see Mr Scalzi has a copy I’ll be able to nag my local bookstore about where my copy is.

  9. willisgarycpa – Victoria, BC, Canada – Retired life-long Texan after 27 years in Public Accounting as an MBA Certified Public Accountant and 18 years in Education as an MA-English Teacher, now relocated summer 2018 to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to continue decades long self-employed career as a Poet and Writer.
    Gary Willis

    Thanks for the link, susan5660.

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