- Alien Tango – Gini Koch (sequel to “Touched by an Alien”, which I read a few weeks ago)
- Wanderlust, Doubleblind and Killbox – Ann Aguirre (just read Grimspace a few days ago and really liked it)
- Your Planet or Mine – Susan Grant (oldie, but from what I hear a goodie)
- Song of Scarabaeus – Sara Creasy
- Awaken Me Darkly – Gena Showalter
- Across the Universe – Beth Revis (it’s YA which I don’t read often, but again I’ve heard lots of good things about it)
- Mind Games – Carolyn Crane (more paranormal, less sci-fi, but it got great reviews)
- Ender’s Game – Orson Scott Card (another oldie, but a classic I should’ve read a while ago)
- Dragonflight – Anne McCaffrey (ditto my comment on Ender’s Game)
- Sing You Home – Jodi Picoult (not paranormal or sci-fi, but I love everything she writes, and her new book comes out March 1)
Whew! I think there are enough books on that list to keep me busy for quite a while! Reading can become quite a problem for me sometimes, though. If I'm reading a book I really enjoy, I can’t put it down. I ignore everything else going on around me (with the exception of eating LOL) until I finish the book. I read Grimspace on Wednesday night in a little over four hours. (Years ago I read Stephen King’s “It” – which is over 1,000 pages – in less than a week.) So balancing reading and writing is hard for me. Any writer friends have suggestions on how to find a happy medium between the two?
What about you, blog readers? What books are on your TBR lists? Have you read anything on my list and want to offer an opinion? Leave me a comment and let me know!