State of the TBR Pile: January 2015

It’s no secret that I dislike winter. Thankfully, winter in Kansas is relatively short and not terribly bitter. Even so, it’s also a good thing that I’ve got a handful of good books to keep me company as I snuggle under blankets and drink hot cocoa.

El Deafo, by Cece Bell (Because K liked it so much)
The Calligrapher’s Daughter, by Eugenia Kim (in-person book group pick)
The Jupiter Pirates, by Jason Fry (Cybils book)
The Castle Behind Thorns, by Merrie Haskell (Cybils book)
Nuts to You, by Lynne Rae Perkins (Cybils book)
The Winner’s Crime, by Marie Rutkoski (Because squee!)
The Shadow Cabinet, by Maureen Johnson (It’s the new Shades of London. I HAVE to read it.)
Palace of Stone, by Shannon Hale (I’m invested in this series.)
The Slanted Worlds, by Catherine Fisher (Because I need to k now what happens next.)

What’s on your pile this January?

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