Hugo nominee haul

This is the first book purchase in a while. I haven't been reading that much lately, and I've both not felt like spending a lot of money and had been spending money on other things.

Elizabeth Bear — Seven for a Secret (sff)
Cory Doctorow — Little Brother (sff)
Gardner Dozois & Jonathan Strahan (ed.) — The New Space Opera (sff)
Neil Gaiman — The Graveyard Book (sff)
Michael Lewis — The New New Thing (nonfiction)
David W. Maurer — The Big Con (nonfiction)
Kevin Mills & Nancy Mills — Help! My Apartment Has a Kitchen (nonfiction)
John Scalzi — Zoe's Tale (sff)
Andy Riley — The Bumper Book of Bunny Suicides (cartoon)
Karen Traviss — Ally (sff)
Karen Traviss — Judge (sff)

The Doctorow, Gaiman, and Scalzi finish off the Hugo nominees for best novel this year so that I can read the full shortlist. I picked up the cookbook because I've been slowly experimenting with cooking more meals instead of just microwaving things, and it was recommended as a nice general introduction to the basic principles. The Traviss books are the rest of the Wess'Har series; since the whole series is complete, I figured I may as well get the whole thing.

Posted: 2009-05-05 20:26 — Why no comments?

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