Friday, March 20, 2015

Friday Book Club

The Friday Book Club is now open! What reads are you inhaling this week?


Anonymous said...

Nothing sadly =(

Need good recommendations please

Anonymous said...

Had a reading orgy last week with 3 engrossing books being released at the first of the month Read Anne Bishop's VISION IN SILVER, Patricia Briggs' DEAD HEAT and C.S. Harris' WHO BURIES THE DEAD. Wonderful. Earlier I read Katherine Addison's THE GOBLIN EMPEROR. Now I think I will go back and re-read Wen Spencer's Tinker books while I'm waiting for Nalini's next and Sharon Lee and Steve Miller's DRAGON IN EXILE. I read DRAGON in the eARC already (wish other publishers would release eARCs like BAEN does) but will of course buy the actual book when it comes out.

Anne in Virginia

Anonymous said...

Read the entire Rock Kiss series in order. The conversations between Molly and Charlie make more sense...especially when Charlie meets Gabriel for the first time (love the punch hole joke).

Patricia S

Anonymous said...

I recently discovered the Southern Witch series by Kimberly Frost and the Jessica McClain series by Amanda Carlson. Greatly enjoyed those and I have been rereading the Psy/Changling series too!

maria said...

The Spanish edition of Play of Passion is out since 09.02.15

"Juegos de pasión"

sasyst said...

I started a new series and read the second book: Rocky Mountain Haven by Vivian Arend. I have to say, the story is not very complex but I enjoyed it very much, though. Was a nice love story.

elodie said...

The Rosie Project By Graeme Simsion

Hilarious and really constructive.

Anonymous said...

Anne in VA I wrote your recommendations down (I love Patricia Briggs and Anne Bishop) and will check out the other authors you mentioned too (thank you!)
I came to Nalini's website specifically looking for info about next book in Guild Hunter's Series.
Nalini, you are one of my top 5 favorite authors in this genre. I love your writing.

I just finished 2 novellas from Thea Harrison (check out her Elder Races Series). I enjoy Thea Harrison's books!

I also just reread Diana Gabaldon's Outlander. JB in VT

Anonymous said...

JB in VT, of course I am ultimately anxiously awaiting the first week of June when we (finally) get Nalini's SHARDS OF HOPE but a few more books to help get you to that day are the Ben Aaronivitch RIVERS OF LONDON series (read them in order for the best world building) and Lisa Shearin's SPI FILES which is her new series after the Raine Benares novels.

Anne in Virginia

Joleesa said...

I just discovered Cassandra Gannon! Fabulous fractured fairy tales and westerns and just so much fun!

CapnBlaze said...

I am working my way through your books. I believe I have read all the Archangel stories and am now reading the Psy/Changeling series. Am having difficulty locating the short story 'Home' though.

Am also reading Jim Butcher's Dresden series to my daughter. That is frustratingly slow as it ends up being a chapter or two every few days. I on the other hand usually read a book or two a day.

Nalini Singh said...

@CapnBlaze - From memory, "Home" is still a newsletter exclusive. If you've subscribed, just email Ashwini and she'll forward it to you: naliniDOTassistantATgmailDOTcom

If you aren't subscribed, it'll take thirty seconds to join using the box on the top right of my website ( No spam, just a newsletter once a month with exclusives like short stories, advance excerpts etc.

"Home" will also eventually be available on the website, once the exclusive period is over. :-)