Time for my second post in my mini-series of Sunday Shelfies. Today it’s the turn of the shelf beneath last weeks‘.
The books on this shelf sit behind a couple of my cats, and once again the majority of them are signed. The exceptions are Treaters by CJ Rutherford and Blind Date by Debbie Ioanna.
The books are shelved alphabetically by author – Adam Dreece to Heleen Kist.
I have read some of the books on this shelf, but many are still on my to-read list.
Adam Dreece is the author of The Yellow Hoods series, a world where steampunk and fairy tale meet, and which I loved. I have only ecopies of The Yellow Hoods books, however, the paperbacks I own and have also read are:
Of the two books by Adrian Baldwin, I have only read one, Barnacle Brat which is an intriguing and captivating, surreal story – unless you have a fear of clowns, luckily I don’t. Stanley McCloud Must Die! is sitting on my, ever growing, to-read list
I won the four signed paperbacks by Alice White, but I’m sorry to say I haven’t got round to reading any of them yet… I will! The covers for The Blue Door series have been revamped since my win.
- The Blue Door
- Beyond The Blue Door
- Return To The Blue Door
- Twisted Labyrinth
I have read many books by C.D Gorri. Including the first five in the Grazi Kelly series, of which Wolf Moon is the first. I’ve also read some of the Macconwood Pack, Angela Tanner and Falk Clan series’.
I have read Sun Stealers by C.J. Bridgeman, which I won in a Goodreads Giveaway.
Sun Stealers is the second book in The Spellweaver Chronicles.
The next book on the shelf is the awesome Treaters by C.J. Rutherford. Treaters is the first book in The Divine Conflict series, and I am waiting -ever so patiently- for the second book to be released. My copy of Treaters is not signed, but I hope that, at some time in the not too distant future, CJ, and his imaginary dragon, Claude, will pop across to England from their home in Ireland.
Starburst, the first book of The Women of The Grey series by Carol James Marshall, is another of those books on my shelf that I still haven’t read.
Travel Glasses is the first book in The Call to Search Everywhen series by Chess Desalls. I’ve read and enjoyed this and the second book, Insight Kindling.
Book three, Time for the Lost, is on my to-read list.
I’m sorry to say that the rest of the books on this shelf help to make up my ridiculously long to-read list.I will get round to them all… one day!
Many of them were bought at Indie Lit Fest in Bradford and are also new-to-me authors.
- The Devil You Know by Claire Marta
- Abberton House by Debbie Ioanna
- Blind Date by Debbie Ioanna
- The Healing Paths of Fife by Diana Jackson
- The Church of Freyr by Duncan Thompson
- Within the Dark Places by Duncan Thompson
- Where the Darkness Hides by Duncan Thompson
- Aeon Infinitum by E. Rachael Hardcastle
- Tragic Silence by E.C. Hibbs
- The Libelle Papers by E.C. Hibbs
- Sepia and Silver by E.C. Hibbs
- Grave Misconception by Felicity Snowden
- When Dead Men Won’t Lie by Felicity Snowden
- Immortalis by G M Sherwin
- In Servitude by Heleen Kist