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Sounds Interesting: Books I Added to My #Goodreads List in March–April 2017 | #amreading #books

Thursday, May 18, 2017

As you’ve probably guessed by the challenge thumbnails over on the right, I catalog and track all of the books I’ve read/am reading on Goodreads. I also use it to keep track of books that I might eventually want to read—those that Sound Interesting to me.

Between seeing what my GR friends are reading, and reading reviews of books on different blogs and book sites I follow, I probably add a few books a week to my Sounds Interesting list.

Books Added to Sounds Interesting Shelf in March–April 2017

(Click the title to open the book’s Goodreads page in a new tab.)

Love Beyond Time
(Morna’s Legacy #1) by Bethany Claire

. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 16th-17th-centuries, time-travel

The Fitzhugh Trilogy by Sherry Thomas:
Beguiling the Beauty, Ravishing the Heiress, and Tempting the Bride
. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 19th-C-1830s-1899

A Discovery of Witches (All Souls Trilogy #1) by Deborah Harkness
. . . .Shelves: historical-fiction, paranormal

The Hidden Blade (The Heart of Blade Duology #1) by Sherry Thomas
. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 19th-C-1830s-1899, young-adult

For Love and Honor (An Uncertain Choice #3) by Jody Hedlund
. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 10th-15th-centuries, inspirational-fiction

The Poyson Garden (Elizabeth I #1) by Karen Harper
. . . .Shelves: historical-fiction, 16th-17th-centuries

A Lady in the Smoke: A Victorian Mystery by Karen Odden
. . . .Shelves: Mystery, historical-fiction, 19th-C-1830s-1899

A Lady’s Guide to Ruin (Birch Hall Romance #1) by Kathleen Kimmel
. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 19th-C-1800-1820s

Mistress of Rome (The Empress of Rome #1) by Kate Quinn
. . . .Shelves: historical-fiction, 00-ancient-biblical

A Fete Worse Than Death (Jack Haldean Murder Mystery #1) by Dolores Gordon-Smith
. . . .Shelves: mystery, historical-fiction, 20th-century

The Gilded Lily by Deborah Swift
. . . .Shelves: historical-fiction, 16th-17th-centuries

Maisie Dobbs (Maisie Dobbs #1) by Jacqueline Winspear
. . . .Shelves: mystery, historical-fiction, 20th-century

The First Princess of Wales by Karen Harper
. . . .Shelves: historical-fiction, 10th-15th-centuries

Shadow on the Crown (The Emma of Normandy Trilogy #1) by Patricia Bracewell
. . . .Shelves: historical-fiction, 10th-15th-centuries

A Useful Woman (Rosalind Thorne Mysteries #1) by Darcie Wilde
. . . .Shelves: 19th-C-1800-1820s, historical-fiction, historical-romance, mystery

Jackaroo (Tales of the Kingdom #1) by Cynthia Voigt
. . . .Shelves: fantasy

The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) by Stephen King
. . . .Shelves: fantasy, suspense-thriller

The Hollow Kingdom (The Hollow Kingdom Trilogy #1) by Clare B. Dunkle
. . . .Shelves: fantasy, young-adult

Laird of the Mist (MacGregors #1) by Paula Quinn
. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 16th-17th-centuries

The Duke of Shadows by Meredith Duran
. . . .Shelves: historical-romance, 19th-C-1830s-1899

In These Times: Living in Britain Through Napoleon’s Wars, 1793–1815 by Jenny Uglow
. . . .Shelves: nonfiction-british-history, 19th-C-1800-1820s, story-research

Write More Good: An Absolutely Phony Guide by The Bureau Chiefs, Foreword by Roger Ebert
. . . .Shelves: nonfiction-writing-books

How to Be a Victorian (How to Be #1) by Ruth Goodman
. . . .Shelves: nonfiction-writing-books

What books have you found recently that sound interesting?

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