Future you called, they need a book to read and THERE IS A SALE!
But lo, that is not what I have brought to you here today. No! It’s time to buy ALL THE BOOKS without thought. For it is the season of the great Barnes and Noble preorder sale, and I recommend you proceed posthaste to Barnesandnoble.com, pop all the pre-orders into your cart and add the code preorder25 at checkout to get 25% off the whole shebang, which is like getting 4 books for the price of 3, basically sort of depending what you buy.Since I’m about to load you down with a glorious pile of options, maybe set yourself a limit—but then, they won’t show up all at once! No, they’ll trickle in as they’re published so what the heck. Go nuts.
Before we begin, please DO toss Playing the Witch Card into your cart even if you’re not so sure witches and tarot are for you. First off, they ARE. Second, someone in your life will love them. Third—these aren’t affiliate links or anything like, so the loveliest thing you could do for me if you’re excited about these recs is to preorder my book too. Really, it’s fun. Trust me. You do trust me, right? So BUY IT PLEASE NOW THANK YOU.
Oh, btw—if you’re worried about buying Indie—me too, but Barnes and Noble is itself a glorious institution worth saving, that provides us with lovely delightful tables to prowl and coffee to drink in otherwise soul-less malls everywhere so go right ahead and click away. And go to your indie for Indie Bookstore Day this weekend and buy more.
Double btw—in case you don’t make it to the end—**the books with asterisks are books I haven’t read. I get a lot of advance copies, so lots of these I’ve already enjoyed (and some I even blurbed, which I love doing)—but for many, I’m just another reader hoping for the best.**
Ok, without further ado—if you love some authors and they have a new book you KNOW you’ll grab… why not gift it to your future self by making it easy?
Same author, fresh book
Ok, now let’s get more adventurous. These are books by new authors that remind me of books by authors I loved (and I’m more likely to have read them, since that’s a harder rec to stand behind).
That’s it! That’s what I got. I bet I think of more the minute I send this… But meanwhile, go forth and save $$ and enjoy the resulting bookmail!
More free book recs most weeks!