The lovely Lisa from is here again with another edition of Booyah Books, highlights from her month of reading. If you have not checked out her site,
The Novel Approach yet, you certainly should.
It’s hard to believe another month has passed, yet here we are at the end of May, rocketing into June, and ready to kick off another summer of warm days, vacations, and shiny new reads.
I had the privilege of participating in the Hop Against Homophobia earlier in the month, which, if I can gauge by the number of authors, publishers, and bloggers who joined in, as well as the huge number of readers who hopped around, leaving comments on the stories and posts that touched them, it was well received.
It was a terrific month of reading, too, with a few much-anticipated sequels being released in some of my favorite series, and they all delivered in a huge, huge way. So, without further ado, here are my picks for this month’s installment of Booyah Books.
Buy Armed & Dangerous HERE.
This is wicked good Urban Fantasy and I, for one, cannot wait for the next book in this series.
Buy Infected: Shift HERE.
This is a series of belonging and of finding the someone who becomes the someplace that becomes safety and security and unconditional love and acceptance. It becomes a journey of fear and choices, and gain and forfeit. This is utterly incomparable fantasy set in a world where immortals, mortals, the gods, and magic intermingle to create an epic saga that is a feast for the reader who loves symbolism and looking beneath the surface of the written word to what lies beyond the obvious.
Every word I write about the books in this series is a love letter, and Incendiary, the fourth and final book in the series, will end up right here when it's released, I'm sure of it.
Buy Koan HERE.
Elijah Crowe is that man and he is an enigma. He’s able to be where he shouldn’t be, and he becomes a near obsession for Daniel. They relate to each other on a visceral level in their fantasy world, where they talk and touch and kiss, then Elijah disappears and leaves Daniel to decipher the puzzle of who he is and leaves him determined to find his man in black in the real world. When he does, though, Elijah is nowhere near the same sexy and confident man he is within the mnems he prowls.
Mnevermind 1: Persistence of Memory is just the beginning of the mnem, so don’t expect a tidy middle or end to this chapter in the series or you’ll definitely be disappointed. Just expect an outstanding story from an author whose imagination shines brilliantly, and you’ll get exactly what you’ve paid for. The only reason I was disappointed when this book ended was because I knew I was going to have to wait for Daniel and Elijah’s complicated connection to tease out.
Buy Mnevermind HERE.
And that's it for this month's installment of Booyah Books! Until next month, happy reading!