Expect regular posts soon, because I have a LOT of drafts thanks to 750words, plus a lot of end-of-Jan updates/reviews on my various challenges. But for now I just have BIRTHDAY SWAG for you to drool over.
I got a LOT of Timothy Zahn books from my sister and my parents. He's probably my favorite science fiction author and one of my favorite authors ever. The titles are:
- Dragonback Bargain (omnibus including Dragon and Thief, Dragon and Soldier, and Dragon and Slave)
- Dragon and Herdsman
- Dragon and Judge
- Dragon and Liberator
- Night Train to Rigel
- The Third Lynx
The last two are part of a different series than the Dragonback ones.
Then I got a bunch of Cressida Cowell's dragon books, featuring Hiccup the Viking and Toothless:
- How To Be A Pirate
- How To Speak Dragonese
- How To Cheat a Dragon's Curse
- How To Twist A Dragon's Tale
- A Hero's Guide To Deadly Dragons
I've read those before, but they are all excellent! So now I own the whole series except the newest one.
The rest are:
- Dangerous to Know: Lady Emily #5 by Tasha Alexander (the cover is gorgeous, let's FACE FACTS)
- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne
- The American by HENRY FREAKING JAMES
- The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan (which I've started...it's really fun so far!)