Review Calendar! 2011 (and this one’s for real, you guys)

15 Apr

Well, maybe.

"Dishevelled Saint Among Severed Heads," by Brian Kershisnik. THIS IS MY LIFE. Metaphorically.

So here you are, once agan, glancing skeptically at this so-well-intentioned blog post in which I’m going to lay out all the books I plan to read and review over the next few months.  You are, of course, right to be skeptical.  I got a little (and by a little, I mean a full month) off-schedule this spring, but I did warn you, you know.  You raise an eyebrow, thinking to yourself: is she naive, disorganized, or just incredibly deceitful to make all these promises and never keep them? 

I could tell you that I’ve been doing award-winning historical research and kicking ass at undergraduate conferences, but I won’t tell you that, because this is a book review blog, and you probably don’t care.  Fair enough.  But, if you don’t mind, I’m going to stop writing in the second person present tense now, because it’s starting to sound ridiculous.  This isn’t a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure book, for the love of–

Oh, whatever.

Here’s the old list from Spring 2011, plus the new books I have added thanks to all of your wonderful suggestions.  And one more thing, the old disclaimer still holds:

The reviewer reserves the right to be dishonest, off-task, irresponsible, untrustworthy, unscrupulous, untruthful, mendacious, perfidious, snarky and sarcastic at any time.  Also to read short stories ahead of other novels when she’s feeling lazy.  Advance apologies to all the wonderful authors who sent review copies attached to emails with such perfect netiquette.

Forward the Future!

Isabela Morales

As you’ll shortly see, this list will take me up to the end of the year.  That’s right.  Straight on through 2011.  And since we’re all going to die anyway, there’s really no need to solicit books for beyond December.  I’m sure you understand.

April

Beneath the Surface of Things, by Kevin Wallace

Joe is Online, by Chris Wimpress

A Dime for My Thoughts, by Noriko Tasaki

May

Space Punk, by C.E. Lange

Heroes Die Young, by T. M. Hunter

The Eye of the Storm, by William L. K.

Ghosts of Rosewood Asylum, by Stephen Prosapio

June

Alpha One: The Jump Pilot, by Chris Burton

Shard Mountain, by Joe Mitchell

Velocity^2, by Lee Frey

July

The Venom of Vipers, by K. C. May

Ultimate Duty, by Marva Dasef

Mirai: A Promise for Tomorrow, by Scott Kinkade

The Far Horizon, by Patty Jansen

August

Outies, by Jennifer Pournelle

The Crystal Facade, by Debra L. Martin and David W. Small

Encrypted, by Lindsay Buroker

Exchange, by Dale Cozort

September

Welcome to Gehenna, by Darren Scothern

Elysium Burning, by DDD Bryenton

Falling Star, by Phillip Chen

Take the All-Mart, by J. L. Greco

October

Realm Hunter: Pursuit of the Silver Dirk, by Bob Greenwade

Two-Fisted Tweets, by James Hutchings

The Valkyrie Project, by Nels Wadycki

November

Rebellion, by Rachel Cotteril

Quest of the Demon, by M. L. Sawyer

Gods and Galaxies, by Aaron Smith

December

Keepers of the Rose, by D. J. Dalasta

Divine City: Bangkok Fantasies, by Scott B. Robinson

Reich TV, by Jeff Pearce

Zero Sight, by B. Justin Shier

January 2012 (recovering from the Apocalypse)

February

Peace Army, by Steven L. Hawk

Deja Vu, by Ian Hocking

In the Dunes, by John Leahy

March 2012

Stockholm, by Kian Kaul

Slave, by VS Williams

Dead Men Don’t Cry, by Nancy Fulda

April 2012

Lucifer’s Odyssey, by Rex Jameson

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