Happy Sunday everyone! This weekend I'm sharing my plans for round one of Wayward-A-Thon which is hosted by @readingparent and @lifewhitme. Wayward-A-Thon will run the entire month of February and it's inspired by the first season of Supernatural. Needless to say, I'm really excited for this readathon since it's based on one of my favorite tv shows. My goal is to complete a blackout bingo of the entire board. Without further ado, let's get to my tbr:
Pilot - First book in a series
My choice: Undone (Outcast Season #1) by Rachel Caine - I've had this sitting on my shelf for way too long. It's time to give this a try.
Skin - Read a book you're unsure about
My choice: Ancient Images by Ramsey Campbell - I got this ages ago at a library book sale. I'd never heard of it. It sounded intriguing though since it's a horror novel that features a Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi movie. Not sure about that cover though.
Hell House - Paranormal
My choice: Webmage (Webmage #1) by Kelly McCullough - I suppose you could say this is paranormal, urban fantasy, and cyberpunk.
Dead Man's Blood - Vampires
My choice: Bloodline (Bloodline #1) by Kate Cary - I'm always on the lookout for vampire books and this one was totally new to me and this one sounds like it could be interesting. It's set during WWI and features a character named Quincey Harker (who is probably the son of Mina and Jonathan from Dracula). The cover isn't all that great though.
Salvation - Emotional read
My choice: A Sky Beyond the Storm (An Ember in the Ashes #4) by Sabaa Tahir - This is going to be brutal, I can feel it.
Bloody Mary - Retelling of a classic
My choice: The Witch and Other Tales Re-Told by Jean Thompson - This is a collection of short stories that retell classic fairytales and hopefully it lives up to its potential.
Hook Man - Lore or mythology based