Library Loot Wednesday: 11-20-19

So it’s been a HOT MINUTE since I’ve posted anything (sorry!) and even longer since I’ve done any kind of a tag. So I’m bringin back one of my faves: Library Loot Wednesday! The basic premise is, post up what you’ve got currently checked out (even ebooks and eaudio!), and see where you are next week! (This mostly started as a way to hold myself accountable when I had like, thirty books out at a time.)

I’ll skip over the cookbooks, as those aren’t nearly as exciting unless you’re me and just drool over pretty pictures of noms.

  1. The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh
    1. I checked this out the second we got it in at work. Have I finished it yet? NOPE. Am I planning on it? YUP.
  2. Dev1at3 by Jay Kristoff
    1. I read L1f3l1ke (or however tf, you the the idea) earlier this year while I was at work and I am so here for this world Jay’s created (Mad Max style androids? Yes. Please.)
  3. The Mothman Prophecies by John Keel
    1. I honestly just need to buy my own copy at this point. Yes, this is the book the movie was based on, but HOLY CRAP so much about conspiracy theories!
  4. Black Hammer 3: Part 1, Age of Doom by Jeff Lemire
    1. I started this series on the recommendation of a…I don’t even know what we are at this point. Barely friends? Idk. ANYWAY, he does know comics and this series is aces. Highly recommend if you wanna start a series about superheroes without having to know backstory.
  5. Women Who Run With Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estés
    1. Again, another book I should probably just buy my own copy of. This one is about like, different archetypes of women in stories around the world. So like, here for it.
  6. Wytches, vol 1 by Scott Snyder
    1. The aforementioned comic expert had a copy of volume two, and I checked this out to brush up before I dive into the next one.
  7. Mindhunter by John Douglas
    1. Yes, I’m still slowly working my way through season two of the show, and uh, it’s always the season to read about serial killers, in my opinion.
  8. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
    1. I realized I’d never actually read this before, and the trailer for the new movie makes it look really appealing (plus, hi, full of my favorite actresses? Yes.)
  9. Dead of Winter by Kealan Patrick Burke
    1. I had this checked out at the beginning of October. It’s not long at all. So why haven’t I read it? ~executive dysfunction~
  10. Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins
    1. Same as above, I at least started it though!
  11. Jade City by Fonda Lee
    1. …Y’all, October was a rough month.
  12. Harrow County: Twice Told by Cullen Bunn
    1. The first volume was one of my favorite reads of 2017, so I thought I’d finish up the series last month! I was wrong!
  13. Die. Vol 1 by Kieron Gillen
    1. One of my coworkers just shoved this at me as soon as we got it in. So clearly, I have A Brand.
  14. Prince’s Gambit by C.S. Pacat
    1. It took me months to get Captive Prince read, despite the fact that it’s SO SHORT. But I really enjoyed the political intrigue, so I’m excited to read this one.
  15. Russian Myths by Elizabeth Warden
    1. So weird fact: I have a hyper obsession with Russian fairy tales and folklore, and someone turned this in the other day, so I had to have it.

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