Friday, March 7, 2014

3-Year Blogiversary!

And what another busy book year it's been!

This year I dug into:

Enclave - Ann Aguirre
The Peach Keeper - Sarah Addison Allen
The Year of the Flood - Margaret Atwood
The Danger Box - Blue Balliett
Beauty - Nancy Butcher
The School for Good and Evil - Soman Chainani
The Mad Scientist's Daughter - Cassandra Rose Clarke
A Violet Season - Kathy Leonard Czepiel
Feathered - Laura Kasischke
Vampire Academy - Richelle Mead
The Space Between - Brenna Yovanoff

These fabulous authors also stopped by to share their food for thought:

Catherine Astolfo - The Bridgeman
Lorena Bathey - Beatrice Munson
Cindy Bennett - Rapunzel Untangled  
Michelle Birbeck - The Last Keeper
Frederick Lee Brooke - Doing Max Vinyl
Catherine Cavendish - Cold Revenge
Michael Gallagher - Tsunami Connection
Stephanie Greenhalgh - The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood
David Hill - At Drake's Command
Jesse Kimmel-Freeman - Bella Notte
Candy Ann Little - Unforgiving Ghosts
Grant Overstake - Maggie Vaults Over the Moon
Mohana Rajakumar - Love Comes Later 
Katherine Roberts – Song Quest
John Vamvas & Olga Montes - Wherewolves
Hally Willmott - Awakenings

And since I only post my FoodFic musings biweekly, I don’t get to blog about every book I read. And, to be fair, not every read lends itself to a good FoodFic discussion, either because the food in the story doesn't jump out at me, or my schedule’s already full for the year, or a book’s subject matter is too dark or serious for me to lightly chat about here.

Anyway, below are most (I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few) of the books I read over the past year that weren’t reviewed here at BWATE?

And, as always, please feel free to suggest some great reads for me in the coming year. :)



  1. Very interesting collection of foods for thought. :)

  2. I haven't been reading books or articles in a while because of busyness at work. This post is a good reference for those materials.

  3. Thanks for visiting, ladies! Yes, I try to read a wide variety of things, even though at this blog I mainly digest YA fiction. Always too many books, not enough time. ;)